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Each box will have 1 sealed tub containing 50 x SD CodeFree Blood Glucose Test Strips. These test strips are solely for use with the SD CodeFree Blood Glucose Monitor.
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****The Test Strips expire 1st of September 2021****
Each box will have 1 sealed tub containing 50 x SD CodeFree Blood Glucose Test Strips. These test strips are solely for use with the SD CodeFree Blood Glucose Monitor. Once the tub has been opened the diabetic test strips will last for a period of 6 months or until the expiry (which ever comes first) providing all instructions for use have been followed correctly.
For more information on diabetes click here.
For more information about home blood glucose testing click here to see more from the NHS.
For more information about diabetic test strips click here to see more from diabetes.co.uk.
Instructions for the SD Meter:
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