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Trividia Health TRUE METRIX® Blood Glucose Meter

TRUE METRIX® self-monitoring blood glucose system features advanced lifestyle event tags that provide information to enable informed choices and active diabetes management.
  • No coding
  • As fast as 4 seconds
  • Tiny, 0.5 microliter sample size
  • Alternate site testing
  • Stores 500 results with time/date
  • 7, 14 and 30-day averaging
  • Event tagging for: before and after meals, exercise, sickness, medication and other
  • 4 testing reminder alarms
  • Audible fill detection
  • Control detection
  • Ketone test reminder
  • Strip release button for easy test strip disposal
  • Download capabilities
  • Automatic shut-off after 2 minutes of non-use
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  • Memory Results: 500
  • Reporting Range: 20-600 mg/dL
  • Minimum Sample Size: 0.5 µL
  • Averages: 7, 14, 30 days
  • Test Time: 4 seconds
  • Computer Download: Yes
  • Coding: No
  • Size: 3.44″ x 2.16″ x 0.69″
  • Weight: 1.66 oz.
  • Meter Color: Black & Silver
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