Owner’s Booklet
iGlucose® 3
iGlucose® Blood Glucose Monitoring System
User Manual
iGlucose® is a trademark of Smart Meter Corporation
iGlucose Blood Glucose Monitoring System is manufactured by
Bionime Corporation, No. 100, Sec. 2, Daqing St., South Dist.,
Taichung City 40242, Taiwan (R.O.C)
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preface
Thank you for selecting the iGlucose® Blood Glucose Monitoring
System. This manual provides all the information you need to operate this product for accurate test results. Please read this entire
manual before you start any testing.
For people living with diabetes, it is important to regularly monitor
blood glucose levels to effectively reduce complications from the
disease. The easy-to-use iGlucose Blood Glucose Monitoring System
provides accurate, reliable test results. It can be connected to web
portals by using cellular/GSM (Global System for Mobile) network
to help you better manage your diabetes.
The iGlucose Blood Glucose Monitoring System is intended to
be used for the quantitative measurement of glucose (sugar) in
fresh capillary whole blood samples drawn from the fingertips. The
iGlucose Blood Glucose Monitoring System is intended to be used
by a single person and should not be shared.
The iGlucose Blood Glucose Monitoring System is intended for
self-testing outside the body (in vitro diagnostic use) by people
with diabetes at home as an aid to monitor the effectiveness of
diabetes control. The iGlucose Blood Glucose Monitoring System
should not be used for the diagnosis of, or screening for diabetes
or for neonatal use.
The iGlucose Blood Glucose Test Strips are for use with the iGlucose Blood Glucose Meter to quantitatively measure glucose (sugar)
in fresh capillary whole blood samples drawn from the fingertips.
WARNING:
The device is not intended for use in multi-patient facilities such
as hospitals, physicians offices or long term care facilities. It has not
been cleared by FDA for use in these settings, including for routine
assisted testing or as part of glycemic control procedures. Use of
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this device on multiple patients may lead to transmission of Human
Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), Hepatitis C Virus (HCV), Hepatitis B
Virus (HBV), or other blood borne pathogens.
The iGlucose Blood Glucose Monitoring System is supported
by Smart Meter, LLC. We will make every effort to assist you. If
you have any questions or concerns, please contact the iGlucose
Diabetes Customer Support Center 7 days a week 9am-4:30pm
EST 1-844-IGLUCOSE (1-844 445 8267) or email us at support@
iglucose.com. A healthcare professional should be contacted when
Customer Service is not available.
Please forward the warranty card provided at the end of this
Owner’s Booklet to iGlucose Diabetes Customer Support Center,
368 New Hempstead Road, Suite 309, New City, NY 10956
The iGlucose Blood Glucose Monitoring System is manufactured
by Bionime Corporation, No. 100, Sec. 2, Daqing St., South Dist.,
Taichung City 40242, Taiwan (R.O.C).
caution
• The iGlucose Blood Glucose Meter and iGlucose Lancing Device
are for single patient use. Do not use on multiple patients. Do not
share meter with anyone including other family members.
• Do not use the lancing device for assisted blood draws by healthcare providers or at healthcare provision sites and do not share it
with anyone else, even a family member.
• Before using the iGlucose Blood Glucose Monitoring System to
test your blood glucose, please read all of the instructions.
• Please perform the control solution (or Quality control) test regularly to make sure the test results are accurate. (See “Performing
a Quality Control Test”).
• The iGlucose Blood Glucose Meter can only be used with the
iGlucose Blood Glucose Test Strips. Other test strips should not be
used under any circumstances. The use of other test strips may
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give inaccurate results.
• The iGlucose Blood Glucose Monitoring System is intended for in
vitro diagnostic use only. The blood glucose test results using fresh
capillary whole blood samples from the fingertip are calibrated to
be equivalent to plasma samples.
• The iGlucose Blood Glucose Monitoring System should not be
used to screen for or diagnose diabetes mellitus.
• The iGlucose Blood Glucose Meter will be set to mg/dL by default.
If the meter displays mmol/L during setting or test, please contact
the iGlucose Diabetes Customer Support Center. Use of the wrong
unit of measurement may cause incorrect treatment.
• If the iGlucose meter and Test Strips are exposed to a substantial
change in temperature, please wait 45 minutes before measurement.
• The iGlucose Blood Glucose Monitoring System is not for use on
neonates.
• All parts of the kit are considered biohazardous and can potentially
transmit infectious diseases, even after following the cleaning and
disinfecting procedures. Please refer to the section “Cleaning and
Disinfecting Procedures.”
• Users should wash their hands thoroughly with soap and water
before and after handling the meter, lancing device, or test strips.
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limitations
• This device is not for use on anyone in a hyperglycemic- hyperosmolar state, with or without ketosis.
• Not for use with critically ill patients.
• Hands and fingers contaminated with sugar from foods or beveragesmay cause falsely elevated results.
• Inaccurate test results may be obtained at altitudes greater than
10,000 feet (3,048 meters) above sea level.
• Hematocrit levels outside the 20-60% range may yield inaccurate
results.
•High concentrations of Uric acid >9 mg/dL, Cholesterol >600 mg/
dL, and Ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) >5 mg/dL may interfere with the
glucose test causing inaccurate test results. Certain conditions
may cause your blood level of uric acid to rise. These conditions
include gout or kidney disease. This means that when the uric acid
concentration in your blood is greater than 9 mg/dL you may get
inaccurate and unreliable glucose results. Please check with your
doctor before using the iGlucose Blood Glucose Monitoring System.
• Do not perform the blood glucose test at temperatures below
50°F (10°C) or above 104°F (40°C ), nor below 10% or above 90%
relative humidity.
• iGlucose Blood Glucose Test Strips are designed for use with
capillary whole blood samples. Do not use serum or plasma samples.
• Not for screening or diagnosis of diabetes mellitus.
• For over-the-counter use. For single patient use. For in vitro diagnostic use only.
• Not for use on neonates or the critically ill.
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Please see the following references for further information.
1. FDA Public Health Notification: Use of Fingerstick Devices on
More than One Person Poses Risk for Transmitting Bloodborne
Pathogens: Initial Communication” (2010) http://www.fda.gov/MedicalDevices/Safety/AlertsandNotices/ucm224025.htm
2. CDC Clinical Reminder: Use of Fingerstick Devices on More than
One Person Poses Risk or Transmitting Bloodborne Pathogens”
(2010) http://www.cdc.gov/injectionsafety/Fingerstick-DevicesBGM.html
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table of contents
preface
4
Caution
5
limitations
7
the iGlucose blood glucose monitoring system
12
the iGlucose blood glucose meter
14
the iGlucose blood glucose test strip
15
turning the meter on / off
17
charging the battery
18
replacing the battery when needed
19
synchronizing the date and time automatically
20
setting the time and date manually
20
setting the format for the date or time
21
setting preferred meter sound volume
22
choosing a blood testing mode
23
getting ready for testing
24
preparing the lancing device
25
performing a blood glucose test
27
view appearance of blood on the test strip
32
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understanding test results and messages
35
Study results of typical iGlucose users
33
about quality control
36
performing a quality control test
39
understanding control test results
45
recalling test results
46
obtaining readings averages
46
obtaining test results history
47
caring for your meter
48
cleaning and disinfecting procedures
48
troubleshooting
53
display messages and problem solving guide
54
specifications
57
warranty
58
customer service
59
expected Blood Glucose Values without Diabetes
59
component manufacturer information
59
Logbook
60
emergency card
62
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the iGlucose blood glucose
monitoring system
Your iGlucose Blood Glucose Monitoring System consists of several
items. Please identify each item, learn its name and how it is used.
1
2
3
4
5
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7
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10
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1. iGlucose Blood Glucose Meter
2. iGlucose Blood Glucose Test Strips
3. Rightest® Control Solution GC550*
4. Meter charger
5. Disposable Sterile Lancets (10 pcs)**
6. Lancing Device
7. Owner´s Booklet
8. iGlucose Blood Glucose Test Strip Package Insert*
9. Rightest® Control Solution GC550 Package Insert**
10. Quick Reference Guide - Meter
11. Quick Reference Guide - IGlucose Portal, Text Messages
and Care Circle
The iGlucose Blood Glucose Monitoring System consists of the
iGlucose meter, the iGlucose test strips as well as two levels of
Rightest Control Solution. The iGlucose Blood Glucose Meter is an
electronic device.
When used with its corresponding iGlucose Test Strips, it measures glucose in a small drop of fresh capillary whole blood (minimum
0.75 µL). The blood drop is placed on the test strip where it interacts
with chemicals to produce an electrical current which is read by the
meter and is converted to the corresponding glucose level in the
sample.The glucose result is then displayed on the meter within
5 seconds.
The performance of the iGlucose Blood Glucose Monitoring
System is verified by the Control Solutions.
*Level 2 and Level 4 of Rightest Control Solution GC550 are available for the iGlucose
Blood Glucose Monitoring System but must be purchased separately.
** Different packages have different bundled items. Some of packages might not include
** items
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the iGlucose blood glucose
monitoring meter
Test Strip Port
Display Window
Up Button (
Home Button (
)
Down Button (
IMEI Number
Meter Serial
Number
Sim Card
)
)
Battery Cover
Product Name
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the iGlucose blood glucose meter icons
• Indicates a control solution test result
mg/dL
109 mg/dL
• Unit of test result
• Test result
• Battery fully charged
• Battery is low and must be recharged
• Indicate a meal marker. A full apple for “Before Meal”
and an eaten apple for “After Meal”
• Indicates that the GSM is turned on
• Indicates when to apply a blood drop
• Indicates when to apply a control solution drop
the iGlucose blood glucose test strip
The iGlucose Blood Glucose Meter can only be used with the iGlucose Blood Glucose Test Strips and the Rightest® Control Solution
GC550. The use of other test strips or control solutions can lead
to incorrect results.
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Sample Port
Apply a drop of blood or control solution here.
The test request is only 0.75µL of blood.
Hold Bar
Hold here to insert test
strip into meter.
Noble Metal Electrodes
Electrochemical
sensor
View Window
caution
• The iGlucose Blood Glucose meter can only be used with the iGlucose Blood Glucose Test Strips and the Rightest® Control Solution
GC550. The use of other test strips or control solutions can lead
to incorrect results.
• Close the iGlucose Blood Glucose Test Strip vial immediately after
removing a test strip.
• Test strips should not be kept outside the capped vial. Strips
removed from the vial for practice purposes should not be used for
testing and should be discarded.
• Do not reuse iGlucose Blood Glucose Test Strips. (See expiration
date on Test Strip vial.)
• Do not use expired Blood Glucose Test Strips.
• When you open a new vial of iGlucose Blood Glucose Test Strips,
record the date on the vial. Discard the vial of test strips after 3
months from opening.
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• Store the iGlucose Blood Glucose Test Strips, between 39-86°F
(or 4-30°C) and in a location 10-90% relative humidity. Do
not expose to direct sunlight or heat.
• Storage of strips near bleach as well as bleach containing products
will affect the results of the iGlucose Blood Glucose Test Strips.
• Do not perform testing immediately after moving from one ambient temperature to another (e.g. after coming indoors from the
outside). Allow 45 minutes for the temperature of the meter and
the test strips to equilibrate. For example, if a meter is kept in a car
on a hot afternoon and then brought into an air conditioning room
for testing or when a meter is kept outside on a cold day and then
brought into a warm room, wait 45 minutes for the meter to equilibrate to the new temperature before testing your blood glucose.
• For more information, please refer to the iGlucose Blood Glucose
Test Strip, Package Insert.
• The use of other test strips may cause strip error.
auto code
The iGlucose Blood Glucose Meter will automatically detect the
code number on the strip. You do not have to manually change the
Code Key or enter a code number.
turning the meter on / off
• To power on the iGlucose Blood Glucose Meter, press and hold the
“Home” button until the meter turns on. The display will light up. In
the next few seconds the meter will display “Searching” while the
date and time automatically synchronize. When done, a message
“Date & Time Synchronized” will appear and the meter will say “Apply
Blood”, after 90 seconds the meter will go into “Standby Mode.”
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• After turning the meter on, the iGlucose Blood Glucose Meter will
remain lit for 90 seconds. After 90 seconds, it will go dark. The meter can be awakened by pressing any button or inserting a test strip.
• To Power Off the iGlucose Blood Glucose Meter, make sure the
screen is lit by pressing any button and then press and hold the
“home” button for 3 seconds.
meter battery charge
Your iGlucose Blood Glucose Meter comes with an installed rechargeable lithium battery. When fully charged this battery will provide
power to perform approximately 500 tests under normal use.
charging the battery
• Connect the meter charger to the mini usb port on the bottom
of the meter.
• Plug the charger into a power outlet. When the unit begins to
charge, the screen illuminates, a blue light appears above the screen,
a charging battery icon appears on the screen along with the message “Charging. Cannot Perform Glucose Test”. The blue light remains
on while charging continues. It may take 2-3 hours to fully charge.
• When charging is complete, the battery icon on the device screen
appears solid green.
• Before using, unplug the charger from the power outlet and from
the meter.
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replacing the battery when needed
• Take the new battery out of its plastic bag.
• Open the back cover of the device by inserting your thumbnail
into the small groove on the side of the meter near the bottom of
the cover and lift the cover up.
• Remove the old battery.
• Install the new battery inside the battery compartment so that
the small metal contacts on the bottom of the battery touch the
small metal pins in the battery compartment.
• Replace the back cover of the device and close tightly.
• Charge the battery following the instructions above.
caution
• Please follow local regulation to properly recycle the rechargeable battery.
• There is risk of explosion if the battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
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synchronizing the date
and time automatically
The date and time are synchronized automatically when the meter
is turned on and when the message “Date and Time Synchronized”
appears.
setting the date and time manually
1. Press briefly the “up” button on the device.
2. Scroll to the “Date and time” option by using the “up” or “down”
button and press the “home” button to select. The “Date and time”
menu appears.
3. Scroll to the “Set Date” option by using the “up” or “down” button.
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and press the “home” button to select. The year appears. Use the
“up” or “down” button to change the year as needed. Press the
“home” button to select and move on to the month.
4. Scroll using the “up” or “down” button to change the month
as needed. Press the “home” button to select and move to the
day.
5. Scroll using the “up” or “down” button to change the day
as needed. Press the “home” button. A “Done” confirmation
message appears.
6. To set the time, in the “Date and time” menu scroll to “Set
time” by using the “up” or “down” button and press the “home”
button to select. The hour appears. Use the Settings “up” or
“down” button to change the hour as needed. Press the “home”
button to select and move on to the minute.
7. Scroll using the “up” or “down” button to change the minute
as needed. Press the “home” button. A “Done” confirmation
message appears.
8. To exit the Settings menu, press the “up” or “down” button
to scroll to the “Back” option and press the “home” button to
select and exit the menu.
setting the format for the date or time
1. Press briefly the “up” button on the device. The Settings
menu appears.
2. Scroll to the “Date and time” option by using the “up” or “down”
button and press the “home” button to select. The “Date and
time” menu appears.
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3. Scroll to the “Date Format” option by pressing the “up” or
“down” button and press the “home” button to select.
4. Press the “up” or “down” button to scroll to the desired date
format. Press the “home” button to select. A “Done” confirmation
message appears.
5. Scroll to the “Time Format” option by using the “up” or “down”
button and press the “home” button to select.
6. Press the “up” or “down” button to scroll to the desired time
format. Press the “home” button to select. A “Done” confirmation
message appears.
7. To exit the Settings menu, press the “up” or “down” button
to scroll to the “Back” option and press the “home” button to
select and exit the menu.
setting preferred meter sound volume
1. Press briefly the “up” button on the device. The Settings
menu appears.
2. Scroll to the “Volume” option using the “up” or “down” button and
press the “home” button to select. The “Volume” menu appears.
3. Select the level of sound volume you prefer between “silent”
and “level 5” by using the “up” or “down” button. Level 5 provides
the highest volume. Press the “home” button to select. A “Done”
confirmation message appears.
4. To exit the Settings menu, press the “up” or “down” button to
scroll to the “Back” option and press the “home” button to select
and exit the menu.
Note: Keep the meter free of dust and liquids, including water.
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choosing a blood testing mode
To provide better understanding of your blood glucose results the
iGlucose Blood Glucose Meter can help you record your results as
“Before Meal” represented by a full apple icon
or “After Meal”
represented by an eaten apple icon .
You select this icon for a blood glucose test done before a meal.
You select this icon for a blood glucose test done after a meal.
The iGlucose Blood Glucose Meter provides two ways to set this:
• From the home screen: Turn the meter on by pressing and holding
the “Home” button. One of the two apple icons will appear on the
screen, either the ”Before Meal” or the “After Meal” icon. If the icon
shown is not what you desire, press the “home” button again to
switch and select the other icon.
• From the Settings menu: Press briefly the “up” button on the
device. The Settings menu appears. Scroll to the “Blood testing
mode”” option using the “up” or “down” button and then press the
“home” button to select. The “Blood testing mode” menu appears
and you can select between “Before Meal” and “After Meal” using
the “up” or “down” button. Press the “home” button to select. The
home screen will appear with the chosen icon of either “Before
Meal” or “After Meal”.
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getting ready for testing
Before performing a blood glucose test, prepare the items below:
• iGlucose Blood Glucose Meter
• iGlucose Blood Glucose Test Strips
(Please check the expiration date on the test strip vial. Do not
use expired test strips)
• iGlucose Lancing Device
• Sterile lancet
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preparing the lancing device
1. Hold the adjustable depth cap of the lancing device in one
hand while holding the base in the other hand. Slightly force
downward to separate the two parts.
2. Pull the two parts in opposite directions to remove the adjustable depth cap.
3. Insert a new disposable lancet firmly into lancet carrier.
4. Twist off and set aside the protective cover of the disposable lancet. This round piece will be later used to dispose of
the used lancet.
5. Replace the depth adjustable cap firmly.
6. Choose a depth of penetration by rotating the top portion
of the depth adjustable cap until your desired setting is visible
in the window. Settings are based on skin type:
a. “ “ for soft or thin skin;
b. “ “ for average skin;
c. “ “ for thick or calloused skin.
7. Prepare (cock) the lancing device for a finger stick by holding
the base of the lancing device in one hand and pulling on the
plunger with the other hand, please see drawing #7 below.
The device will be cocked. Release the plunger and it will automatically move back to its original position near the base.
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performing a blood glucose test
• Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water and dry well.
• Set your meter test mode to “Before Meal” or “After Meal”
by turning the meter on (pressing and holding the “Home” button).
Press the “Home” button to get to the desired ”Before Meal” or
“After Meal” icon on the screen.
• Take one iGlucose Blood Glucose Test Strip from the vial. Close
the vial cap immediately.
inserting the test strip
1. Hold the Blood Glucose Test Strip between your thumb and middle
finger with the view window facing you (dark side of the sample
port facing you).
2. Put your forefinger on the side of the strip as shown.
2a
2b
3. Insert the iGlucose Blood Glucose Test Strip into test strip port
straight downwards with the strip view window facing you until it
clicks and firmly stops.
If not on yet, your meter will automatically turn on once the strip is
inserted and the message “Strip Inserted” will be displayed.
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3b
3a
4. The meter now goes through an internal check that takes 3
seconds. Wait until a blood drop icon and “Apply a drop of
blood” message appear on the display window. Once the message
appears, apply the blood sample within 120 seconds.
4a
4b
applying a blood sample
• Place the lancing device against your fingertip and press the
release button as indicated in the drawing below.
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Note: The blood sample should come out by gently squeezing.
The minimum blood sample size to test using the iGlucose Blood
Glucose Monitoring System is 0.75µL:
Blood sample size above 3.0µL might contaminate the test strip
port and the meter while blood sample size below 0.75µL may
cause an inaccurate result or may prevent a meter reading. An
error code will be displayed if the sample size is too small. In this
case, repeat the test with a new test strip.
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• Touch and hold the blood drop to the edge of sample port until
the view window is filled with blood. Please see above drawing.
If the view window is not completely filled with blood the test
will not start. Discard the used test strip and repeat with a new
iGlucose Blood Glucose Test Strip. (Please see section below on
“View Appearance of Blood on the Strip”).
• The meter will now count down from 5 to 0 and will display your
blood glucose result. A “No Service” message may appear which
does not impact the meter’s function. It only means that the cellular
service is disconnected. The glucose result will still be displayed
and will still get recorded in the meter’s memory.
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removing the used lancet
• Pull off the depth adjustable cap. Locate the protective lancet
cover which you set aside earlier and place it on a flat surface.
Without touching the used disposable lancet, securely insert the
sharp lancet tip into the protective lancet cover. See drawing below.
• Hold the release button of the lancing device in one hand and
pull on the plunger with the other hand to safely eject the used
disposable lancet. See drawing below.
• Discard the used disposable lancet into a “Sharps” container.
• Clean and disinfect the lancing device (see section on Cleaning
and Disinfecting Procedures). Replace the depth adjustable cap
after finishing the test.
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removing the iGlucose
blood glucose test strip
• Hold the iGlucose Blood Glucose Test Strip by its right edge as shown.
• Rotate the iGlucose Blood Glucose Test Strip upwards (counterclockwise) and pull up simultaneously.
• Take the iGlucose Blood Glucose Test Strip out of the test strip port.
Please follow your healthcare professional’s instructions and discard
used strips properly.
• Healthcare professionals should evaluate their patients’ technique
regarding the use of the iGlucose Blood Glucose Monitoring System
regularly. To accomplish this, it is recommended that blood glucose
monitoring results be compared with a concurrently obtained laboratory measurement on the same blood sample. A proven clinical
laboratory method employing hexokinase or glucose oxidase should
be used as the comparative method.
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study results of typical iGlucose users
• Like all commercially available blood glucose meters, your
iGlucose Meter result may vary slightly from your actual blood
glucose value. This may be due to slight differences in technique
and the natural variation in the test technology. The table below
shows the results of a study where 153 typical users used the
iGlucose meter to test their blood glucose level. When glucose
results were below 75 mg/dL the iGlucose meter gave results
within 15 mg/dL of their true blood glucose level 6 out of 6
times.
Difference range between the Within ±5 Within ±10 Within ±15
true blood glucose level and mg/dL
mg/dL
mg/dL
the iGlucose meter result.
The percent (and number) of
33.3%
83.3%
100.0%
meter results that match true 2/6
5/6
6/6
blood glucose level within x
mg/dL
• While when the users’ results were equal or greater than 75
mg/dL in this study, the iGlucose meter gave results within 15%
of their true blood glucose level 140 out of 147 times.
Difference range between the
true blood glucose level and
the iGlucose meter result.
The percent (and number) of
meter results that match true
blood glucose level within x%
Within ±5 Within ±10 Within ±15
mg/dL
mg/dL
mg/dL
43.5%
64/147
81.6%
120/147
95.2%
140/147
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caution
• Check the expiration date printed on the strip vial every time you
use a test strip. Do not use expired iGlucose Blood Glucose Test Strips.
• The iGlucose Blood Glucose Test Strip should be stored capped in
their vial. Use each iGlucose Blood Glucose Test Strip immediately
after removing it from the vial to avoid exposure to light and humidity.
Test atrips that are left out of the vial should not be used for testing.
• Do not reuse iGlucose Blood Glucose Test Strips.
• Apply the blood sample to the sample port of the test strip only.
• A blood sample should ONLY be applied to the test strip after the
test strip has been inserted correctly and the meter’s screen shows
both a blood drop icon and the message “Apply a drop of blood”. This
takes 3 seconds from the time a test strip is inserted. During this time
the iGlucose Blood Glucose Meter performs an internal check. If the
blood drop icon and the message are NOT showing on the screen, do
not apply a sample to the test strip as it will result in an error message.
• Record the opening date of a new test strip vial. Discard the vial of
test strips 3 months after opening.
• Always keep the metal contacts of the test strip port clean. If any
dust or impurities are present, please clean with a small, soft brush.
• The iGlucose Blood Glucose Monitoring System and iGlucose Lancing
Device are intended for a single user only. Do not share these devices
with anyone, including other family members.
• All parts of this kit are considered biohazards and can potentially
transmit infectious diseases, even after you have performed the
cleaning and disinfecting procedure.
• Users should wash hands thoroughly with soap and water after
handling the meter, lancing device, and test strips.
• For cleaning and disinfecting please refer to section “Cleaning and
Disinfecting Procedures.”
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view window appearance
Make sure your blood sample covers the whole area of the view
window to get an accurate test result. An insufficient blood sample
will result in an error message. If this occurs, discard the used strip
and repeat the test with a new test strip.
Insufficient
blood sample
Sufficient
blood sample
understanding test results and messages
Blood glucose test results are shown on the iGlucose Blood Glucose
Meter as mg/dL.
If your blood glucose result is unusually high or low, or if you question your test results, repeat the test with a new iGlucose Blood
Glucose Test Strip.
Caution is advised when glucose values are below 50 mg/dL or
above 250 mg/dL. Consult a Physician as soon as possible, if values
in this range are obtained.
You can also run a quality control test with the Rightest® Control
Solution GC550 to check your iGlucose Blood Glucose Meter and
iGlucose Blood Glucose Test Strip (Refer to “Performing a Quality
Control Test”).
If the test result still remains unusually high or low, contact your
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healthcare professional immediately.
If you are experiencing symptoms that are not consistent with
your blood glucose test results and you have made sure to follow
all instructions in this manual, contact your healthcare professional
immediately.
Consult your healthcare provider for appropriate disposal of used
test strips and lancets.
The iGlucose Blood Glucose Meter displays results between 20 and
600mg/dL. If the test result is below 20 mg/dL, “LO ” will appear on
the screen. Please repeat your test with a new test strip.
If you still get a “LO ” result, contact your healthcare professional.
If the test result is above 600 mg/dL, “HI” will appear on the screen.
Please repeat your test again with a new test strip.
If you still get a “HI ” result, contact your healthcare professional.
about quality control testing
To ensure proper meter function, it is necessary to regularly perform
a quality control test.
Use one of the Rightest® Control Solution GC550 when testing your
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iGlucose Blood Glucose Monitoring System in the Control solution
mode. If the test result is within the Control Solution Range printed
on the test strip vial label, the iGlucose Blood Glucose Monitoring
System passes the quality control test and your iGlucose Blood
Glucose Monitoring System is working properly.
Control Solution Range:
Example of Control Solution Range printed on your test strip vial label.
Control Solution Range mg/dL
101-1GS291-030
EN
For use with iGlucose glucose meter
•For testing glucose in fresh capillary whole blood
•For self testing,For single patient use.
•For in vitro testing
•Read instructions before use
•Do not reuse
•Re-cap immediately after use
•Do not store strips outside the vial
•Store between 4C and 30C and
relative humidity of 10-90%
Manufactured for Smart Meter Corporation
Level 2:
147-145
Level 4:
315-426
Control Solution Range mmol/L
BIONIME CORPORATION
No. 100, Sec. 2, Daqing St., South Dist.,
Taichung City 40242, Taiwan
Note: Level 2 and Level 4 Rightest® Control Solution GC550 are
available for iGlucose Blood Glucose Monitoring System but must
be purchased separately. If you want to purchase, please contact
the iGlucose Diabetes Customer Support Center.
when should a quality
control test be performed?
• To ensure that your iGlucose Blood Glucose Meter and iGlucose
Blood Glucose Test Strip are working properly.
• To confirm that you are following the correct testing procedures.
• To prepare for your initial blood glucose test.
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• To check the iGlucose Blood Glucose Test Strip or when opening
a new vial of test strips.
• To check your iGlucose Blood Glucose Meter after it has been
dropped, damaged or exposed to liquids.
• If you suspect that your test results are inaccurate, or if your test
results are not consistent with the way you feel.
• To practice glucose testing.
required items for quality control tests
To perform a quality control test, prepare the items below:
• iGlucose Blood Glucose Meter
• iGlucose Blood Glucose Test Strips
• Rightest® Control Solution GC550
caution
• Each time you open a new bottle of control solution, write the
expiration date on the label. The Rightest® Control Solution GC550
is good for 3 months after opening the bottle, or until the expiration date printed on the label of the control solution, whichever
comes first.
Example:
Exp. Date 2022-06
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• After use, wipe the top of the bottle cap with a clean wet tissue and then with a dry one to remove any residue of the control
solution.
• Close the bottle of control solution tightly immediately after using.
• Keep control solution bottles out of reach of children.
WARNING
Do not apply blood when testing in the “Control Solution”
mode and when this icon
is displayed. Testing blood
in this test mode will produce inaccurate blood results.
performing a quality control test
1. Briefly press the “Up” button on the device and the Settings
menu will appear.
2. Scroll to the “Control Solution Mode” by using the “Up” or “Down”
button and press the “Home” button to select.
The Control solution screen appears with
the message “Control Solution testing
only, do not test blood”.
3. Take one iGlucose Blood Glucose Test
Strip from the vial and close the vial cap
immediately.
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inserting the test strip
1.
Hold the Blood Glucose Test Strip between your thumb and
middle finger with the view window facing you (colored side of the
sample port facing you).
2. Insert the iGlucose Blood Glucose Test Strip into test strip port
straight downwards with the strip view window facing you until it
clicks and firmly stops. If not on yet, your meter will automatically
turn on once the strip is inserted and the message “Strip Inserted”
will be displayed.
3. The meter goes through an internal check that takes a 3 seconds.
Wait until a Control Solution drop icon
and “Apply a drop
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of Control Solution” message appear on the display window. Once
the message appears, apply the control solution sample within
120 seconds.
Note: When a test mode is set for a Control Solution, the result will
not be calculated into averages.
a. Shake the bottle of Rightest® Control Solution GC550 well before
opening the cap. Remove the bottle cap and place it on a flat surface.
b. Place a drop of control solution onto the top of the cap. See
drawing below.
c. Gently touch the sample port of the strip to the control solution
on top of the cap. See drawing below.
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d. The meter will now count down from 5 to 0 and will display the
control solution test result.
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e. The control solution result will appear on the display for a few
seconds and the meter will then revert to the home screen. You can
recall and view your Control Solution test results by pressing the
“down” button to select the “Averages” menu. Scroll with the “up”
or “down” key t to the “Previous Readings” and select it with the
“home” button. The Control Solution Test result will be shown with
the
control solution icon next to it.
Compare your Quality Control Test result to the Control Solution
Range printed on the Blood Glucose Test Strip vial label.
f. Wipe any residue of the control solution from the top of the cap
with a wet tissue and then with a dry one. Tightly replace the cap
on the Rightest® Control Solution GC550 bottle.
g. Remove test strip from meter. (See Removing the iGlucose test
strip.)
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caution
• The control solution test should be conducted between 59-104°F
(15-40°C) and in a location with a relative humidity of 10-90%.
• Do not touch the control solution to the sample port on the strip
before seeing the message “Apply a drop of control solution”. The
iGlucose Blood Glucose Meter performs an internal check that takes
3 seconds. Touching the control solution to the sample port before
prompted will result in an error message.
• Do not drip the control solution on to the sample port of the test
strip directly as this could flood and contaminate the meter via the
test strip port.
2 7
. 6 C
Standby Mode
p of
Apply a dro
ution
control sol
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• Keep the test strip port clean and dry. Clean immediately if the
test strip port is stained or is overly exposed to moisture.
• Do not touch the tip of the control solution bottle. If the tip is
touched, clean with a wet tissue, then with a dry one and pour
out 2 drops of control solution.
Understanding Control Test Results
Your control solution test results should fall within the control
solution range printed on the test strip vial label. If the results
are within the range, the Blood Glucose Monitoring System is
working correctly.
Example of control solution range printed on your test strip vial
label. These ranges may vary depending on the test strip lot that
is in use.
Control Solution Range
Level 2
88-120 mg/dL
Level 4
250-340 mg/dL
Possible reasons your Control Solution results being out of the
range:
• Your Rightest® Control Solution GC550 is expired or was first
opened more than 3 months ago.
• Your Blood Glucose Test Strip has expired.
• You left the cap off of the iGlucose Blood Glucose Test Strip vial
or the control solution off for a period of time.
• You did not perform the test procedure correctly.
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• The iGlucose Blood Glucose Meter or Test Strip have malfunctioned.
If Rightest® Control Solution GC550 results are out of range,
your iGlucose Blood Glucose Monitoring System may not be
working properly. Repeat the quality control test. If your control
solution results are still out of range, do not use the blood glucose meter to test your blood glucose. Please contact the iGlucose
Diabetes Customer Support Center.
Recalling Test Results
The iGlucose Blood Glucose Meter is able to automatically store a
maximum of 500 test results with time and date. If your meter has
stored 500 results, the newest test result will replace the oldest
one.
Obtaining Readings Averages
iGlucose maintains the averages of your blood glucose readings for
the last 7, 14, 30, 60 and 90 days in the device memory.
To obtain glucose readings averages:
• Press the “down” button on the right side of the device. The
“Averages” menu appears.
• Scroll to the desired option by using the “up” or “down” button
then press the “home” button to select:
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•
•
•
•
•
Last 7 Days
Last 14 Days
Last 30 Days
Last 60 Days
Last 90 Days
• The average blood glucose reading for the selected period
appears. Press the “home” button to return to the “Averages” menu.
Select another item from the menu that you wish to view, or scroll
to the “Back” button by using the “up” or “down” button and press
the ”home” button to select and exit the Averages menu. Please
note control solution readings do not count in calculating the
averages.
Obtaining Test Results History
iGlucose maintains a record of up to 500 blood glucose readings
in the device memory. To obtain the list of previous blood glucose
readings:
Press the “down” button on the right side of the device. The “Averages” menu appears. Scroll to the “Previous Readings” by using
the “up” or “down” button and press the “home” button to select.
The “History” list appears showing previous readings. Press the
“up” or “down” button to scroll through the list. Results of control
solution testing are also stored and identified by the control
solution icon
next to them. Press the “home” button to exit
the list.
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To exit the Averages menu, scroll to the “Back” button by using
the “up” or “down” button and press the ”home” button to select
and exit the menu.
Caring for Your Meter
Maintenance
Keep your meter and test strip free of dust, water or any other
liquid. Store the meter in the carrying case when not in use. If
your meter is dropped or damaged, perform a quality control test
with the control solution before performing a blood glucose test.
Cleaning Meter
Clean the outside of the meter with the clean damp cloth or
disinfecting towelettes. Do not get the test strip port wet.
Cleaning Test Strip Port
If your test strip port is stained with blood, control solution or
any liquid, please use a clean damp cloth listed below to clean it
immediately. Do not immerse in water. Perform a quality control
test to ensure the iGlucose Blood Glucose Meter is working
properly.
Cleaning Lancing device
Use clean damp cloth or disinfecting towelettes listed below
to wipe the outside of the lancing device. To avoid rusting the
internal spring, do not submerge the device in water or wash the
device in the dishwasher.
Cleaning and Disinfecting Procedures
Indirect transmission of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV),
Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) and Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) has been
increasingly reported during the delivery of healthcare services.
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Persons using blood glucose monitoring systems have been
identified as one risk group due to the shared use of fingerstick
(lancing) devices and point of care blood testing devices.
The cleaning procedure is to remove dust, blood and body fluid
from the surface and should be performed whenever the meter
or lancing device is visibly dirty. The disinfecting procedure is necessary to kill pathogens such as HBV on the housing materials
of the device. The cleaning and disinfecting procedure should be
performed at least once per week. The meter and lancing device
should be cleaned before being disinfected.
If the meter is being operated by a second person who is providing testing assistance to the user, the meter and lancing device
should be cleaned and disinfected prior to use by the second
person. NOTE: the cleaning procedure can only remove visible
contaminates from surfaces. Only the disinfecting procedure can
eliminate non-visible pathogens.
CaviWipes Disinfecting Towelettes has been tested and may be
used to clean and disinfect the meter and lancing device. Users
may purchase the disinfecting wipes from the manufacturer
(Metrex), distributors or major on line Users may purchase the
disinfecting wipes from the manufacturer (Metrex), distributors
or major on line retail sites such as www.amazon.com.
You can contact Metrex customer service at 1-800-841-1428
and info@metrex.com (Monday through Friday, between 6 AM
and 4 PM PST).
Please see the following references for further information:
-FDA Public Health Notification: Use of Finger stick Devices on
More than One Person Poses Risk for Transmitting Bloodborne
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Pathogens: Initial Communication” (2010).
http://www.fda.gov/MedicalDevices/Safety/AlertsandNotices/
ucm224025.htm
- CDC Clinical Reminder: Use of Finger stick Devices on More than
One Person Poses Risk for Transmitting Bloodborne Pathogens”
(2010).
http://www.cdc.gov/injectionsafety/Fingerstick-DevicesBGM.html
Note: Clean and disinfect the outside of the device only. Do not
remove battery cover when cleaning and disinfecting.
To clean the iGlucose Blood Glucose Meter:
Thoroughly wipe the entire surface of the meter, especially port,
face/display, housing and buttons with disinfecting wipes listed
above to clean any possible dirt, dust, blood and other body fluids.
To disinfect the iGlucose Blood Glucose Meter:
1. Take another disinfecting wipe and wipe the meter thoroughly.
(Note: All blood and body fluids should be cleaned from the surface before performing the disinfecting procedure.)
2. Allow the surface to remain wet for 2 minutes.
3. Allow to air dry.
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Note: Your iGlucose Blood Glucose Meter has been tested to
ensure that there is no change in the performance or external
materials of the device after 550 cleaning cycles and 550 disinfecting cycles. The testing simulates 2 cleaning and disinfecting
cycles per week over the typical life of the meter (5 years).
1
2
3
Allow to remain
wet for 2 minute
To clean the iGlucose Lancing Device:
Thoroughly wipe the entire surface of the iGlucose Lancing
Device with disinfecting wipes listed above to clean any possible
dirt, dust, blood and other body fluids.
To disinfect the iGlucose Lancing Device:
1. Take another disinfecting wipe and wipe the iGlucose Lancing
Device thoroughly. (Note: All blood and body fluids should be
cleaned from the surface before performing the disinfecting
procedure.)
2. Allow the surface to remain wet for 2 minutes.
Note: Your iGlucose Lancing Device has been tested to ensure
that there is no change in the performance of the device after
550 cleaning cycles and 550 disinfecting cycles. The testing
simulates 2 cleaning and disinfecting cycles per week over the
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Caution
• Users should wash their hands thoroughly with soap and water
after handling the meter, lancing device or test strips.
• Please examine your LCD screen, test strip port, buttons and
surface of your meter and lancing device after cleaning and
disinfecting cycles. Stop using the meter and/or lancing device if
any of the following occur:
• Thin, sliver streaks appear on the screen.
• The screen becomes cracked, soft, dissolved, brittle or swollen.
• You are unable to turn on/off your meter, operate the
“up or Down buttons, the lancing device release button or
depth adjustable cap.
• You are unable to enter meter settings, function modes or
recall your testing results.
If you have any questions or concerns, please call the iGlucose
Diabetes Customer Support Center, 1-844-445-8267.
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Troubleshooting
If problem remains after trying troubleshooting suggestions, please contact iGlucose
Customer Support Center at 1-844-445-8267, 7 days a week from 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
(EST) or email us at support@iglucose.com.
Problem
Possible reason
Solution(s)
Cannot turn on device
No battery
Battery not charged
Battery connection error
• Open the battery cover and check
that the battery is inserted correctly. If
so, remove the battery, wait for 5
minutes and reinsert the batteries as
described in the Changing the Battery
section above.
• Recharge battery.
• Replace battery.
Part of the display is not
working
Device is damaged
Contact customer support
Cannot turn off device by
pressing middle button
Software error
Press and hold “up” button,
select “Shutdown”.
Cannot insert strips
Strip inserted incorrectly.
Damaged strip.
Incorrect make of strip.
Damaged strip sample port.
Insert the strip in the correct way.
Use a different strip.
Use correct make of strip.
Repair or replace device.
Meter does not produce
sounds
Sound Volume is set to
“silent”
Follow instructions for setting
sound volume.
No response when strip is
inserted into the device.
Battery is dead.
Strip was inserted
incorrectly.
Wrong strip was inserted.
Device is damaged.
Charge the battery.
Insert the test strip in the correct way.
Insert the iGlucose Blood Glucose test
strip.
No response when blood
sample is applied to the
strip
Blood sample is not
sufficient.
Strip is has been used or is
damaged.
Device is damaged.
Repeat the test with a new test strip
and with a sufficient blood sample.
Repeat the test with a new strip.
Check the device with a Control Solution
test.
Cannot send data
Weak signal or network error
Retry later or in different location. All
unsent data will be sent together with
data for next test
Cannot synchronize time
Network error
Set manually from device Settings
menu: Date and time. See section
above on Date and time Settings.
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Display Messages and Problem-Solving Guide
When any of the following messages appear, there is a problem that requires your
attention.
Message
Possible reason
Solution(s)
HI
Blood glucose result may be
higher than 600 mg/dL.
Review proper testing procedure and
perform a quality check with control
solution. Repeat blood test; if “HI” still
appears, call your doctor or seek
medical attention immediately.
LO
Blood glucose result may be
lower than 20 mg/dL.
Review proper testing procedure and
perform a quality check with control
solution. Repeat test; if “LO” still
appears, call your doctor or seek
medical attention immediately.
Low Battery
Battery is low.
Charge the battery.
Temperature is above or below
the operating range for the
device.
The glucose test result you may have
obtained may be inaccurate. Move to
an area with temperature between
10ºC to 40ºC (50ºF - 104ºF ) and wait
45 minutes. Do not artificially heat or
cool the device.
Repeat the test with a new test strip.
Please see notes below*
A blood sample was applied to
the test strip before the meter
displayed: “Apply a drop of
blood”. Or, when testing a
control solution, a drop of
control solution was applied to
the test strip before the meter
displayed: “Apply a drop of
control solution”.
Please discard the used test strip
and retest using a new strip.
The inserted test strip has been
used or damaged.
Please use a new test strip.
Standby Mode
Temperature error,
operating
temperature must
be within 10-40°C
Settings Averages
Standby Mode
Sampling error,
please insert new
strip and retest
Settings Averages
Standby Mode
Used or damaged
strip, please insert
new strip
Settings Averages
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Standby Mode
The meter has malfunctioned.
Do a Quality Control Test or reinstall
the batteries to check if the meter
works properly.
Meter detects an abnormal
signal while testing.
Repeat the test using a new test
strip.
Meter senses that strip code
may be affected.
Remove strip, check it and reinsert.
If unsuccessful, discard the strip and
use a new one.
The applied blood sample
volume is insufficient.
Discard the used strip and repeat the
test using a new test strip.
Device malfunction,
please test with
control solution
Settings Averages
Standby Mode
Signal failure,
please insert
new strip
Settings Averages
Standby Mode
Strip error, please
check strip and
re-insert
Settings Averages
Standby Mode
Low blood volume,
please insert new
strip and retest
Settings Averages
Standby Mode
Auto-coding error,
please call
customer service
Settings Averages
An issue calibrating the Meter
has occurred.
Insufficient
Sufficient
blood sample
blood sample
• Remove the test strip from the
meter.
• Turn off the meter (press and hold
the “home” button for 3 seconds).
• Press and hold the “home” button
again to turn the meter on and insert
the test strip.
• If you do not see the error message
again your meter is functioning
properly and able to perform a test.
If one of the above error messages still appears, please contact iGlucose Diabetes
Customer Support Center at 1-1-844-445-8267.
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Federal Communications Commision (FCC) Statement
You are cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment.
15.105(b)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC
rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will
not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on,
the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one
or more ofthe following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for
help.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1) this device may not cause harmful interference and
2) this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
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Specifications
Measurement Technology
Oxidase Electrochemical Sensor
Sample
Capillary Whole Blood
Sample Volume
0.75µL minimum
Measuring Range
20-600 mg/dL
Test Time
5 seconds
Memory Capacity
500 blood glucose results with date and time
Power saving
Automatically turns to Standby mode
Operating Temperature
50-104 0F (10-400C)
Operating Relative Humidity
10-90%
Operating Altitude
Up to 10,000 ft
Power Supply
Rechargeable battery
(3.7V, 1,000mAh Li-Ion)
Battery Life
About 500 tests per battery charge without use of data transmission. Number of uses is reduced and varies when data is transmitted.
Meter Dimensions
104 mm × 49.8 mm × 16.5 mm
Meter Weight
85.0 ± 5 g with battery
MonitorColor LCD
Monitor Display area
36.6 mm × 49 mm
Meter Storage/ 14-1400F (-10-600C)
Transportation Conditions
Test Strip Storage/ 39-860F (4-300C), 10-90%
Transportation Conditions
relative humidity
Interferences
Ascorbic acid > 5 mg/dL
Cholesterol > 600 mg/dL
Uric acid > 9 mg/dL
Hematocrit Range
20-60%
Shelf Life after opening 3 months
the test strip vial
CodingAuto Coding
Control solution
2 levels of the Rightest Control Solution(Level 2 and 4, GC550)
Data Transmission
GSM
Backlight
Meter features a backlight
Error Messages
Spelled out on meter display
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Warranty
Smart Meter Corporation warrants that this product will be free
from defects in materials and workmanship for five years from
the date of purchase.
This warranty does not apply to the performance of an iGlucose
Blood Glucose Meter that has been altered, misused, tampered
with or abused in any way.
This warranty applies only to the original purchaser of the iGlucose Blood Glucose Monitoring System.
Please complete and return the enclosed warranty card.
Different models have different specifications. This warranty
applies only to the iGlucose Blood Glucose Monitoring System;
other models are not covered with this warranty card.
iGlucose is a trademark of Smart Meter Corporation.
Note: During blood glucose measurement, the iGlucose Blood
Glucose Meter itself may come into contact with blood. All parts
of the iGlucose Blood Glucose Monitoring System are considered
biohazardous and can potentially transmit infectious diseases.
Please follow your healthcare professional’s direction to properly
dispose of the used iGlucose Blood Glucose Monitoring System
after removing the batteries.
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Customer Service
Please review all of the instructions to make sure you are
performing the steps correctly. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the iGlucose Customer Support Center at
1-844-445-8267, 7 days a week from 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM (EST)
or email us at support@iglucose.com. If you have questions or
need assistance outside the operational days and times, please
contact your healthcare provider.
Expected Glucose Values For Persons Without Diabetes1
Status Range (mg/dL)
Fasting < 100 mg/dL
Two hours after meals < 140 mg/dL
References
1) American diabetes association. Standards of medical care in
diabetes-2016. 2016;39 (supp. 1 diabetes Care):S16.
Component Manufacturer Information
iGlucose Blood Glucose Meter, Test Strip, Control Solution, Lancing Device
Manufacturer: Bionime Corporation. No. 100, Sec. 2, Daqing St.,
South Dist., Taichung City 40242, Taiwan. Disposable Sterile
Lancets Manufacturer: SteriLance Medical (SuZhou) Inc.. No.68
LiTangHe RD, XiangCheng, SuZhou, JiangSu 215133, P.R. China.
General Electric Company and is under license by Bionime
Corporation, No. 100, Sec. 2, Daqing St., South Dist., Taichung City
40242, Taiwan (R.O.C)
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Log Book
Name:
Address:
Home Phone:
Work Phone:
Doctor:Doctor’s Phone:
Pharmacy:Pharmacy Phone:
Insulin/Pills:
Log book date From:
To:
In case of emergency contact:
DATE
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner
Bedtime
Other
Comments
M
Blood
Glucose
Insulin/
Medication
Blood
Glucose
Insulin/
Medication
Blood
Glucose
Insulin/
Medication
Blood
Glucose
Insulin/
Medication
Blood
Glucose
Insulin/
Medication
T
W
T
F
S
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iGlucose® 61
Warranty Card
PLACE
STAMP
HERE
Name:Tel:
Address:
Distributor name and address:
Serial No.:Model
Date of Purchase:
(Please present this card for product replacement)
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Emergency Card
iGlucose Blood Glucose Monitoring System
• User Name:
• Emergency Contact Phone No.:
• Blood Type:
• Doctor/Hospital:
I am a person with diabetes. If you find me in a coma or stupor, please contact nearest emergency services immediately.
Or call:
Please fill out this card and carry with you at all times.
iGlucose® 63
Manufactured for:
SMART METER LLC
368 New Hempstead Rd. Suite 309
New City, NY 10956
1-844-445-8267
www.iglucose.com.
101-3GM291-01 US
Rev A, May 2017