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ReliOn Ultima Blood Glucose monitoring system delivers advanced technology at incredible savings
ReliOn Ultima Blood Glucose Monitor Testing System :
- Gives total control of testing your blood glucose
- Optimizes your health goals
- Small and discreet
- Allows you to test more frequently
- Five-second test time
- 0.6 microliter blood sample
- Fingertip or forearm testing
- End-fill strips (top-fill works as well)
- 450 test memory (7, 14 and 28 day averaging)
- Simple two-step procedure
- Download your results
- Covered by Medicare Part B
- Instructions in English and Spanish
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CR 2032 (coin cell)by Sunshine6185/28/2010Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
The ReliOn Ultima Blood Glucose Meter takes a single Lithium CR 2032 (coin cell) battery.by HelpPL5/14/2009Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
It takes a CR 2032 Lithium battery. It comes with a battery already. I just purchased this same battery at Walmart for my bathroom scales and it was a little over three dollarsby angelbugs5/7/2013Was this answer helpful? (2) (0)Was this answer helpful?
You have to calibrate with a bar that comes with each strip box. You just have to calibrate once per box.by Sunshine6185/28/2010Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
Yes, However in the manual it is not called coding, instead it is called "calibrating". Each box of strips come with a "calibrator" that looks similar to a test strip. When inserted into the meter it will display the lot number of the strips in the display. You should retain the calibrator until you have used up all of the strips it came with in case the monitor needs to be calibrated again.by Alrod106324/16/2010Was this answer helpful? (3) (1)Was this answer helpful?
I'm not real sure what you mean by code but you do have to calibrate it everytime you get a new box of strips. The calibration stick comes in every box of strips and you just stick in it and make sure your numbers match. Very simple and only takes secondsby angelbugs4/16/2010Was this answer helpful? (5) (1)Was this answer helpful?
Many people use human meters to test their dogs. There will likely be a small difference between what this meter reports and your vet's equipment, but you can do an easy comparison. My Confirm meter reads about 30 points lower than the vet, I just add 30 in the normal 80 - 180 range. The difference is larger at higher numbers. Suggest diabetic dog parents join a forum such as: k9diabetes.comby diabeticdogparent5/18/2011Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
Believe the meters sold here are only approved for use on humans. Ask your vet about testing animals.by Sunshine6184/28/2010Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
I am a diabetic and at the time, my dog was diagnosed with diabetes as well. When I asked my vet if I could use my machine - or any machine - to test on him, he told me that you can't because there are limited places on a dog where you can draw blood from and it is not safe, or even necessary, to do so. He said as long as I brought my dog in every 3 months or so to get his blood sugar levels tested, that would be fine. I would ask your own veterinarian, though, just to be safe. Hope this helps!by Lanette28765/7/2013Was this answer helpful? (1) (5)Was this answer helpful?