provides you one complete set of Self-Monitorig Blood Glucose System (SMBG).
EASYMAX Diabetes Care
Blood Glucose Meter
EASYMAX® Blood Glucose Meter is designed and approved for testing fresh capillary whole blood and venous blood samples from your fingertip, palm and forearm. The meter is for in vitro diagnostic use ONLY (for testing outside the body). It should not be used to diagnose diabetes.
Testing your blood glucose regularly can make a big difference in how you manage your diabetes every day. We have made this SMBG system as simple as possible to help you use it regularly. Your meter is easy to use, and you can adjust the lancing device for your comfort.
Blood Glucose Test Strip
The EASYMAX® product Self-Monitoring Blood Glucose Test System is intended for the quantitative measurement of glucose in fresh venous blood and capillary whole blood from fingertip, palm and forearm. Testing is done outside the body (In Vitro diagnostic use). It is indicated for self-testing by persons with diabetes, or in clinical settings by healthcare professionals, as an aid to monitor the effectiveness of diabetes control. The system is not to be used on neonates (IMPORTANT: EASYMAX® MU model is excluded), is not for the diagnosis of or screening for diabetes mellitus, and that alternate site testing can only be used during steady-state blood glucose conditions..
Glucose Control Solutions
Glucose control solutions allow you to perform quality control checks to ensure that your EASYMAX® series product SMBG is working properly and your blood glucose test results are reliable. The control solution contains a known amount of glucose, which reacts with EASYMAX® Blood Glucose Test Strips. If the result is within the acceptable range, you know that your system is working right. Acceptable control ranges for control tests with EASYMAX® series product SMBG System are shown on the test strip vial label.
Lancing Device & Lancets
With our EASYMAX® II lancing device, you can prick the blood from your fingertip easily, and painlessly. The best depth setting is the lowest number that draws enough blood for a test. You can try different settings to find the one that’s right for you. And always, please do not share your lancing device with anyone. use a new, sterile lancet. Lancets are for one time use only.