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The GLM- 78 blood glucose meter is designed to quantitatively measure the concentration of glucose in capillary whole blood by people with diabetes or by healthcare professionals for monitoring blood glucose at home or in healthcare facilities.
- Tow side blood sampling places convenient for booth hand operation
- Risk indication
- Very small blood sample
- Per-meal memory
- Post-meal memory
- Automatic coding
- 5 years warranty
- Large memory capacity
- 8 second testing time
The Package of the GLM-78 Blood Glucose Meter Contains:
- GLM-78 Blood Glucose Meter
- Lancing Device with CE Marking
- Check Strip
- 3V Lithium Battery
- User Manual
- Carrying Case
- Five test strips
- Do not use damage test strips or test strips change in any way. Use test strip immediately after removing it from the viral. Recap the viral immediately and close it tightly.
- GLS-78 Blood Glucose Test Strip are intended for in vitro diagnostic use with capillary whole blood or control solution. Results will not be accurate if used with plasma or serum samples.
- GLS-78 Blood Glucose Test Strip can be demand by heat and light. Keep them sealed in the original vial. Keep the vial in a cool, dry place below to 30°C/86°F and above 5°C/41°
- Do not refrigerate.
- Do not use test strips beyond the expiration date indicated on the vial. The discard date for test strip is three (3) months after first opening the vial. Record the discard date on the vial, when you open a new one.
- For single use only.
- Do not carry loose test strips in your carrying case.
- The user should not take any decision of medical relevance without first consulting with his or her medical professionals.
- Call your doctor immediately if you experience symptoms that are not consistent with your blood glucose test result.
- Severe dehydration or excessive water loss may cause false results. Call your doctor right away if you believe you are suffering from dehydration.
- A red blood cell count (hermatocrit) that is either very high (over 65%) or very low (under25%) may cause false result.
- High altitude may affect the test results.
- Operating temperature outside the range of 10°C (50°F to 104°F) may affect the test results.
- Interferences: Acetaminophen, Dopamine, L-Dopa, Ibuprofen, Salicylate, Bilirubin, Creatinine, Cholestrol, Triglycerides, Uric acid, EDTA, Galactose, Gentisic acid, Glutathione, Haemoglobin, Heparin, Maltose, Methyl-DOPA, Tolbutamide, Tolazamide, Xylose, Pralidoxime, Iodide and Icodextrin (When occurring in normal or therapeutic concentrations) do not significantly affect results. However, abnormal concentrations of substances, such as Acetaminophen, Salicylate, Uric acid, and other reducing substances in blood, may cause inaccurate high results.
- Intravenous administration of ascorbic acid which results in blood concentration of ascorbic acid >3 mg/dl will cause overestimation of blood glucose results.