2 new sensor from Abbott and 1 Reader in original package, unopened, the sensors best befor 07/31/2018
You Receive 2 sensors and 1 Reader the sensor & Reader are new, original packaging and unopened.
The sensor must be used with a freestyle Libre measuring system.
The measurement system is not included in this auction, but you’ll be able to get one from me for the same price like the sensor.
Suitable for mg/dl or mmol readers.
With this offering, you’re going to receive four new, originally packed sensors from Abbott. Why should you use a needle? With this system, you have the possibility to receive sensors for Freestyle libre?s measurement system. The package will be sent from Germany; shipping duration is approximately 10-18 days US 7-9 days. There will be no shipping costs worldwide. No returns and guarantees.
With each scan, you’ll be able to ascertain a glucose reading, glucose data from the last eight hours and a general trend arrow. This arrow displays the movement of your glucose reading. To ascertain your glucose level, simply hold the optical reader over the sensor and, presto, in just a few seconds, you’re going to have the levels.
No returns accepted because of the nature of products.
Any questions please email me.
PS. Readers are available on request.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today approved the FreeStyle Libre Flash Glucose Monitoring System, the first continuous glucose monitoring system that can be used by adult patients to make diabetes remedy decisions without calibration using a blood sample from the fingertip (continuously referred to as a “fingerstick”).
The system reduces the need for fingerstick testing by using a small sensor wire inserted below the skin’s surface that ceaselessly measures and monitors glucose levels. Users can resolve glucose levels by waving a dedicated, mobile reader above the sensor wire to resolve if glucose levels are too high (hyperglycemia) or too low (hypoglycemia), and how glucose levels are changing. It is intended for use in people 18 years of age and older with diabetes; after a 12-hour start-up period, it can be worn for up to 14 days.
People with diabetes must ceaselessly test and monitor their blood sugar to make sure it is at an appropriate level, which is continuously done multiple times per day by taking a fingerstick sample and testing it with a blood glucose meter. Typically patients use results of a traditional fingerstick test to make diabetes remedy decisions; then again, fingerstick testing is not needed to inform appropriate care choices or to calibrate glucose levels with this system.
Risks associated with use of the system may include hypoglycemia or hyperglycemia in cases where information provided by the device is inaccurate and used to make remedy decisions, as well as mild skin irritations around the insertion site. It does not provide real-time alerts or alarms in the absence of a user-initiated action; for example, it cannot alert users to low blood glucose levels even as they are asleep.
The FreeStyle Libre Flash Glucose Monitoring System is manufactured by Abbott Diabetes Care Inc.