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Accu-chek

Accu-Chek is the brand of diabetic market. Accu-Chek is largely regarded as a top blood glucose monitor globally.

Accu-Chek Blood Glucose Monitor Kits contain: - a epidermis of the finger in order to allow a small amount of blood to be squeezed onto the strip in the monitor - a user manual - registration cards for the lifetime warranty.

Clixmotion Technology

Global Locations

Glucose meters

Model Status Link
Accu-Chek Active Current Link
Accu-Chek Advantage Discontinued
Accu-Chek Aviva Current Link
Accu-Chek Compact Discontinued
Accu-Chek Compact Plus Current
Accu-Chek Complete Discontinued
Accu-Chek Go Current Link
Accu-Chek Inform II Current
Accu-Chek Mobile Current
Accu-Chek Nano Current
Accu-Chek Performa Current

Lancing devices

Model Status
SoftClix Current
MultiClix Current
FastClix Current

Insulin pumps

Model Status
Accu Chek D-Tron Plus Discontinued
Accu Chek Spirit Discontinued
Accu Chek Combo Current

References

Clixmotion Technology

Comparison of Lancing Devices for Self-Monitoring of Blood Glucose Regarding Lancing Pain

External links

  • Accu-chek site
  • Listing of meters at Roche


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