About this item
- accu-chek guide strips 50s free
- accurate sugar test machine
We have been pioneering innovative technologies and services for more than 40 years. More than 5,500 employees in over 100 markets worldwide work every day to support people affected and those at risk to achieve more time in their target ranges and experience true relief from the daily therapy routines.
Being a global leader in integrated personalised blood glucose management, we collaborate with thought leaders around the globe, including people with insulin related problems, caregivers, healthcare providers and payers. RDC aims to transform and advance care provision and foster sustainable care structures. Under the brands RDC, Accu-Chek and mySugr, comprising glucose monitoring, insulin delivery systems and digital solutions, RDC unites with its partners to create patient-centred value. By building and collaborating in an open ecosystem, connecting devices and digital solutions as well as contextualise relevant data points, RDC enables deeper insights and a better understanding of the disease, leading to personalised and effective therapy adjustments. For better outcomes and true relief.
Since 2017, mySugr one of the most popular blood glucose management app is part of RDC.
Once connected with mySugr management app, the meter automatically logs your blood glucose results and wireless transfers them to your smartphone.
Simple to see, day or night- strip port light for testing in daytime, night-time or anytime.
Simple to dispose off used strips. Push button strip ejector means you don’t have to touch used strips.
Wide strip dosing area – just a small drop of blood required.
How to use
Place the pinhole opening firmly against your finger, and press the yellow release button. This will lance your finger.
Gently squeeze your finger to assist the blood flow. This helps you get a blood drop.
Apply the drop of blood to the yellow edge of the test strip and remove your finger when the flashing hourglass symbol appears. Do not put blood on top of the test strip.
Your test result appears on the screen which indicates if your test result falls above, within or below the target range.