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BioTel Care Glucose Meter

The BioTel Care Glucose Meter connects everyone who can help you manage your condition: healthcare professionals, clinical services, educational resources, and your network of family and friends.
  • BioTel Care isn't wi-fi dependent, which makes it easy to use
  • No need for users to have a cell phone, App, USB cords or additional hardware
  • BioTel Care enters data automatically anywhere there is cellular connectivity - with no data transmission charges
  • Real-time and personalized messaging after each test
  • Touch screen capabilities, in addition to navigation buttons
  • Replaceable battery
  • Useful Information feature allows user to see helpful information about the meter's functions
  • HIPAA-compliant and secure platform
CCS Medical offers all the top connected glucose meters for LivingConnected participants. To learn more about our LivingConnected program, call 1.800.966.2046.


  • Memory Results: 10,000
  • Reporting Range: 20-600 mg/dL
  • Minimum Sample Size: 0.8 microliters
  • Averages: 7, 14, 30, 90 days
  • Test Time: 6 seconds
  • Computer Download: Readings are available for download through BioTel’s portal
  • Coding: No coding required
  • Size: 121Lx65Wx13H (mm)
  • Weight: 145g
  • Meter Color: Black
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