The SD Codefree Blood Glucose Meter is a compact, hand-held, and easy-to-read monitor that stores up to 500 test results. It provides an accurate picture of your blood glucose level at the time of the test from a small droplet of blood. Use the included lancing device to quickly prick your finger and add a drop of blood onto the test strip. Then the SD CodeFree meter will automatically give a result.
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Many people believe they know when their blood glucose levels are too high and therefore think there is no point in using a blood glucose monitor. Unfortunately, unless your blood glucose level is very high, this is often not true. The way you feel is not always a good or accurate guide to what is happening.
The SD CodeFree blood glucose testing machine gives an accurate picture of your blood glucose level at the time of the test, allowing you to manage your Diabetes at home. It involves pricking your finger with the lancing device and putting a drop of blood on a testing strip. The SD CodeFree Blood Glucose Meter will read the result automatically. Use the Self-Test diary included in the pack to record your results. This will help you and your healthcare team work out whether your treatment needs to be adjusted.
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You can choose whether you want a mmol/L meter (the UK standard) or mg/dL meter (the US and European standard) from the second drop-down menu.
If you are unusure which to choose, you can check which measurement your country uses here.
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, your fingers may get sore. In this case, you can use a diabetes monitor that enables 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.
If you have any further questions, visit our health information guides for more detailed information on diabetes.
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