£12.89 – £15.47
For more information on this test and diabetes click here.
Diabetics do not have to pay VAT but unfortunately most other companies will require you to pay the full price including VAT and will leave you to fill out a long form to claim the VAT back. But if you buy from us, all you need to do is to confirm you are a diabetic from the drop down menu and you will be charged the price excluding VAT.
***SPECIAL OFFER*** for diabetics ONLY. Buy all 3 items and save £3!
What unit of measurement are the results displayed in?
You can choose whether you want a mmol/L meter (the UK standard) or mg/dL meter (the US and European standard) from the 2nd drop down menu.
If you are unsure which measurement your country uses then you can check here.
Importance of Self-Monitoring your Blood Glucose Levels
Many people think that there is no point in self-testing because they believe that they know when their blood glucose levels are too high. Unfortunately this is often not true and unless your blood glucose level is very high, the way you feel is not always a good or accurate guide to what is happening. The SD CodeFree Blood Glucose Monitoring System gives an accurate picture of your blood glucose level at the time of the test. It involves pricking your finger with the lancing device and putting a drop of blood on a testing strip. SD CodeFree Meter will read the result automatically. Using the Self-Test diary included in the pack to record your results will help you and your healthcare team work out whether your treatment needs to be adjusted.
Please watch the video produced by Diabetest.co.uk about our NEW SD Codefree Blood Glucose Meter.
Blood glucose testing
All methods of glucose testing involve collecting blood, this is obtained by pricking the skin, usually the fingertip with a special lancet. However, if you have to test frequently you may find your fingers get sore and so there are diabetes monitors available (like the one we sell) which enable you to take blood from other parts of the body such as the palm, forearm or upper arm. this is known as alternate site testing (AST). However, you should always consult your diabetes specialist before testing from other parts of the body.
Benefits of the SD CodeFree System?
For more detailed information on diabetes click here.
For English instructions on how to use these tests click here.
For French instructions click here.
For German instructions click here.
For Italian instructions click here.
For Spanish instructions click here.