Enhanced Nexus meter
with additional features:
•Wider haematocrit range, 25 – 70%
•Hi and Low Target settings
•Dual colour (green and red) results indicators
The GlucoRx Nexus Pearl Blood Glucose Meter is a quality and affordable product that facilitates simple management of diabetes with other key functions such as 0.5µL blood sample for results in 5 seconds, AC/PC meal markers, AST, ketone warning, strip ejection, large non-deletable memory and PC software link for those seeking stress-free, fast, precise and reliable measurements. The device is particularly suitable for individuals with dexterity issues and varying haematocrit level.
The GlucoRx Nexus Test Strips utilise advanced GDH-FAD enzyme technology which avoids interference from blood oxygen variations for more accurate blood glucose measurement, and has no reactivity to maltose in dialysis.
The GlucoRx Nexus Pearl starter kit includes a meter with batteries, 10x glucose test strips, control solution, lancing device, 10x sterile lancets, instruction manuals, monitoring diary, warranty card & protective carry case.
- Conforms to Accuracy requirements of ISO 15197:2015
- No coding
- GDH-FAD enzyme technology
- 25-70% haematocrit range
- Target settings and Results indicators
- Exercise mode
- 0.5μL blood sample for result in 5 seconds
- Backlit screen and test strip light indicator
- AC/PC meal markers
- Ketone warning
- Alternative Site Testing (AST)
- Four alarms
- Discreet testing
- Stores 1,000 non-deletable readings with day averages
- Strip ejection
- PC link for results download
- PIP Code for Nexus Test Strips: 355-2726
The blood glucose meter will last many years if looked after well.
This meter cannot be connected to a smartphone, but readings can be downloaded to GlucoRx’s software on a Windows PC using a compatible USB cable.
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AC and PC meal markers enable tagging of your blood glucose results before and after meals, respectively. You can always just keep the meter in ‘Gen’ (general) mode.
Start with your lancing device on the middle depth setting and adjust either side accordingly to suit your skin hardness/required puncture penetration.
A control solution test tests if your meter is functioning correctly. By using a liquid in place of blood which contains a known amount of glucose, you can determine if your meter is working correctly with your test strips.
A control solution test should be performed when using the first strip out of a new pot or when you feel the reading is not what you expected.
How often should a control solution test be performed?