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Prodigy Voice

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Price: $45.00

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Prodigy Voice

Description

With its completely audio-based setup and testing procedures, the Prodigy Voice was designed with the needs of blind and visually impaired people with diabetes in mind. It’s the only glucose meter that has received awards from the American Foundation for the Blind and the National Federation of the Blind.

Features

  • Allows complete independence for legally blind and low vision patients
  • No coding required, which decreases the danger of false results
  • Fully audible setup and testing: enables the user to set up the meter and perform blood glucose tests without sighted assistance
  • Tactile buttons make it easy to navigate and blind-friendly
  • Cost effective enabling people with diabetes to test often and manage their diabetes health
  • Standard USB port to easily upload test results
  • Stores 450 test results into the memory

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The Prodigy Voice is compatible with Prodigy “No Coding” Test Strips and Prodigy Control Solution.

Specifications

Result Range: 20-600 milligrams/deciliter
Size: 3.94″ x 2.25″ x 0.75″
Weight: 1.2 oz (including battery)
Power Supply: Two 1.5 volt AAA alkaline batteries
Battery Life: 1,000+ tests
Display: LCD screen
Memory: 450 test results (including date/time)
External Output: USB port
Operating Condition: 50°F-104°F (10°C-40°C), below 85% relative humidity (non-condensing)

Directions

When performing a blood glucose test with the Prodigy Voice, start by inserting a test strip. Once the device is ready for testing, it will say “Please apply blood to the test strip.” After you apply blood, the meter will count down from 6 to 1; then, it will read your results out loud.

Prodigy Voice - FAQs

After inserting batteries, press and hold the device’s Set button (marked by a tactile “S”) until it begins to speak. The Prodigy Voice will then verbally guide you through its setup process.

This device meets the FDA’s accuracy standards for personal glucose meters, as defined in ISO 15197.

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