The Control Solution helps to ensure that the system is working correctly and you are accurately managing your Diabetes at home. Always run a Control Solution test whenever you open a new bottle of test strips.
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STANDARD GlucoNavii control solution is intended for Quality Control of the STANDARD GlucoNavii GDH and Standard GlucoNavii NFC Blood Glucose Monitoring Systems.
The Control Solution helps to ensure that the system is working correctly. Always run a Control Solution test whenever you open a new bottle of test strips.
GlucoNavii control solution contains a known amount of glucose that reacts with chemicals on test strip of GlucoNavii GDH & GlucoNavii NFC. When you apply a drop of Glucose Control solution to the test strip according to the same procedure as whole blood. THe glucose in the control solution reacts with chemicals in the test strip. The result displayed on the meter should fall within the expected range printed on the test strip container label. Obtaining a single result within the expected range is sufficient to verify system performance. A result outside the range printed on the test strip container label may indicate the system is not performing correctly. This control solution is not for use as a cleaning solution.
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Instructions for the Gluco Navii Meter/Strips and Control Solution: GlucoNavii User Manual
You need the meter, a test strip, and control solution level 2 or 3. The acceptable range of each level is printed on the test strip label.
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