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Glucose Meter

A device that is used to measure the level of glucose in the blood is known as glucose meter or glucometer. Sometimes just a glucose paper strip is submerged into any substance and determined to a glucose chart. Vacker Nigeria supplies with a number of models of glucose meter for homes. In major cities of Nigeria like: Lagos, Abuja, Kaduna, Port Harcourt, Aba, Ibadan, Kano, it has already become an integral part of home diagnostic kit.

You do not need to run to a hospital or a medical store just to know the glucose level in your blood. With the help of a portable home glucose meter, you can do the testing at home. You can simply prick the tip of your finger with a pointed object and place your blood over disposable test strip. After that the work of a glucose meter starts and calculates the reading of glucose level of the placed blood. The reading is displayed in the display screen in the format of mg/dl or mmol/l.

Vacker Nigeria is helping make lives easy of many in Nigeria. With the application of this device, you can know the level of glucose in your blood and thus you can take necessary medical action. This will help in the reduction of long term complications or reduction in any potential threats as well.

Types of meters:

Vacker Nigeria supplies various glucose meters. Some of them are as under:

  • Hospital glucose meters: These hospital glucose meters are used in hospitals these days. These devices provide with more elaborative control records. The readings are recorded in the data loggers and the data can be transferred to other storage or computer as well.
  • Blood testing with meters using test strips: These models come with several features which may vary from one model to another. These days you can find handy glucose meters just as big as your palm is and are powered by battery. It has a small compact display screen at the top of the device.
  • Continuous glucose monitors: These devices have sensors and transmitters. While making reading of glucose level, it is fixed on the upper arm. The disposable sensor goes under the skin and thus the reading is done.