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FreeStyle InsuLinx Blood Glucose Monitoring System, Retail

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FreeStyle Insulinx Blood Glucose Meter
FreeStyle InsuLinx Blood Glucose Monitoring System, Retail

You can log both blood glucose results AND insulin doses together on the FreeStyle InsuLinx Blood Glucose Monitoring System! It’s the all-in-one solution for insulin users.


It’s easy to input insulin doses: just a few taps of the touch screen and the data is saved. It’s that simple! Plus, get accurate blood glucose tests in about five seconds. You can even tag the test results as a pre and post meal test. Plus, this meter can generate an informative trend report almost instantly.


The FreeStyle InsuLinx test strips offer no-coding, which means quick and easy start up. These strips require a very small amount of test blood, utilizing the patented ZipWick tabs, making testing quick and easy. Plus, you have up to a full minute (60 seconds) to re-apply blood, so there are fewer wasted strips. Also, the FreeStyle InsuLinx meter features a test strip port light to aid you in correctly inserting test strips in less than favorable lighting situations.


An added bonus to the FreeStyle family of products is the easy-to-use data management software. FreeStyle Auto Assist is software you download directly to your desktop computer by plugging your meter into the computer. Using this software, you can print and access reports such as a Glucose Modal Day and a Two-Week Glucose Summary. This software helps you, and your medical professional, quickly identify trends and analyze important health data.

Questions: Contact Manufacturer at 1-888-522-5226 or visit


Abbott Diabetes Care
1360 South Loop Road, Alameda, California 94502

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