Rightest GM100 Blood Glucose Monitor (Bionime)
The Rightest GM100 Blood Glucose Monitoring System has a large, easy-to-read LCD display and one easy-to-use button. The meter's ergonomic design makes it easy to handle, especially for those who suffer from arthritis, obesity, lost movement from stroke, or any other paralysis.
Blood Sample Size Required: 1.4 uL
Time to Results: Seconds
Battery Requirements: (1) CR2032 lithium coin cell
Alternative Site Testing: Yes
Data Capabilities: Computer download capabilities (USB); readings saver
User Coding Required: No
Other Special Features: Available in six colors; 7-, 14-, and 30-day averages; stable punching lancing device with safety switch and lancet eject function
Accessories Included: Rightest Smart Code Key; Bionime Rightest Control Solution; Lancing Device; 10 Bionime Blood Glucose Test Strips; 10 Sterile Lancets; Log Book; Carrying Case
Company Contact Information:
Bionime USA Corporation
11760 Sorrento Valley Road, Suite G
San Diego, California 92121
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