SD Codefree blood glucose test strips are used to replenish your test strip supply to maintain accurate and systematic readings. Each box contains one 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 and LipidoCare Meter.
If you are based overseas and delivering your order to an overseas address, please choose the SD biosensor Codefree blood glucose testing kit replacement strips for non-UK customers.
At least six months till expiry.
As of July the 1st 2021 the rules on VAT for EU sales will be changing. For orders less than £135 (€150) we will display the total price inclusive of the VAT rate. For orders above this amount, you will not be charged VAT and you will be required to pay this when your goods arrive in your country. Read more on the new rules here.
For the accurate and efficient measurement of your blood glucose levels, choose the SD Codefree blood glucose test strips from Home Health. This kit contains replacement test strips you need to use with your LipidoCare and SD Codefree meter to record readings safely and reliably.
Each box contains one sealed tub containing fifty SD CodeFree Blood Glucose Test Strips. Please note these test strips are solely for use with the SD CodeFree Blood Glucose Monitor and the LipidoCare Meter. These replacement test strips allow you to continue using your SD Codefree monitor and LipidoCare meter in the most efficient manner.
Once the tub has been opened, the diabetic test strips will last for a period of 6 months, providing all instructions for use have been followed correctly.
We will ask you to confirm your diabetic diagnosis, as diabetics do not have to pay VAT. Unfortunately, most pharmacies and retailers 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. If you buy SD Codefree blood glucose test strips from Home Health UK, you must confirm you have diabetes from the drop–down menu, and you will be charged the price excluding VAT.
Find more information on diabetes from the NHS.
Many people think there is no point in using a blood glucose meter because they believe they know when their blood glucose levels are too high. Unfortunately, this is often false.
How you feel is not always a good or accurate guide to what is happening inside your body. The SD CodeFree blood glucose testing machine accurately shows your blood glucose level at the time of the test. It simply 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, and you can record your results. This will help you and your healthcare team determine whether your treatment needs to be adjusted.
But what happens when the initial supply of test strips that arrived with your meter runs out? We are pleased to offer SD Biosensor Codefree blood glucose testing kit replacement strips that allow you to maintain efficient product readings.
Please watch the video produced by Diabetest.co.uk about our SD Codefree Blood Glucose Meter.
The SD Codfree blood glucose test strip is simply inserted into the monitor device using the arrow directs shown on the strip. You can then prepare the monitor as your normally would and use a lancet to prick your finger and apply the blood to the exposed section of the test strip. Your SD Codefree monitor or LipidoCare meter will then read the result.
Instructions for the SD Meter:
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