- Display Glucose, Ketone, and Cholesterol Level
- Automatic Recognition of Quality Control Solution
- Applying 2+2 Bio Technology
- Large LCD Display
- Strip Ejection
- 1000 memory Sets
- 0~70% HCT Range
|Power Source||2 x AAA|
|Memory Capacity||1000 sets|
|Day Average||7, 14, 21, 28, 60, 90 days for blood glucose|
|Daily Alarm||4 daily alarms|
|Dimension||97 (L) x 62.2 (W) x 28.9 (H) mm|
|Weight||67.5 g (without battery)|
|Operating Condition||10°C ~ 40°C, below 85% R.H.|
|Storage Condition||-20 ºC ~ +60 ºC|
Why Test Ketone?
Ketones are a type of acid produced when there is a shortage of insulin in the blood and your body breaks down fat for fuel. The accumulation and elevated level of ketones will lead to diabetic ketoacidosis (DHA) which is a potentially life-threatening complication in diabetes patients, especially those with type1 diabetes.
American Diabetes Association now recommends testing your ketone level on sick days or blood glucose more than 300 mg/dL. A study in a New York Hospital also showed that if DKA was prevented at home, it could prevent physician visit, emergency department visit, and even hospital or intensive care admission.
- Your cells can not use glucose for energy.
- Your body begin to burn fat, this process produce ketone.
- Ketone build up in the blood make it more acidic.
- Ketoacidosis is serious and dangerous.
Who Should Test Ketone?
- Diabetes patients
- Being often to feel thirst
- Blood glucose above 300 mg/dL
- Feel hard to breathe and breath smells “fruity“
< 0.6 mmol/L : Normal range
> 1.0 mmol/L : Hyperketonemia
> 3.0 mmol/L : Ketoacidosis
Why Test Total Cholesterol?
- Cholesterol is necessary, but too much can be harmful.
- High cholesterol has no symptoms. A blood test is the only way to detect it.
- Saturated fats, and trans fats can raise blood cholesterol levels.
- Low cholesterol related to depression
Who Should Test Total Cholesterol?
- Cigarette smoker
- Family history of early heart disease
- High blood pressure
- Diabetes patients
- Are overweight
0.5 – 1.0 mmol/L : Normal range
> 2.0 – 4.0 mmol/L : Hyperlactatemia
> 5.0 mmol/L : Lactic acidosis (with blood pH < 7.35)
What is 2 + 2 Bio Technology?
TaiDoc patented 2 + 2 (HCT Interference Compensation; 2 enzymes plus 2 signals) technology uses two different wales on the strips to detect HCT value by AC signal and glucose value by DC signal.
Utilizing AC signal to calculate the hematocrit value in order to compensate the correct value from a small volume, fast and accurate test.
Therefore the hematocrit value can compensate the correct glucose value to increase measurement range.
What is Hematocrit(HCT)?
Hematocrit (HCT) is the percentage of the red blood cells in your blood.
Hematocrit (HCT) level varies between individuals, the normal HCT level for
Benefits of the 2 + 2 Bio Technology
The hematocrit may interfere the reading of blood glucose, the higher HCT level will lead to a lower blood glucose result, and the lower HCT level will lead to a higher blood glucose result.
But with Uright exclusive 2+2 Bio Technology is possible to provide glucose reading according to HCT level of the blood sample, therefore it is suitable for neonate, pregnancy and adult who have different HCT level.