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  • 25 LANCETS


Glucometer Principle

Each test strip contains special enzyme. When the blood is applied to the target area in the strip, glucose in the blood mixed with special chemical in the test strip and a small electric current is produced. The strength of this current changes with the amount of glucose in the blood sample. The meter measures the current , calculates the blood glucose level, displays the result, and stores the result in the memory

Parts of a Glucometer

  • Meter
  • Test Strips
  • Lancets
  • Lancing Device


Testing Blood Glucose

1. Install Battery in Meter:  Dr. Aid meter comes with two AAA batteries. We need to install it. The batteries will provide us with enough power to perform approximately 1000 tests.

2. Prepare the test strip: Take out a test strip from the test strip vial and close the vial immediately to keep strips dry.

3. Insert the test strip: Start with meter off. Insert a test strip, with the arrow side facing up and in the direction of the arrows until it will go no further. The meter will automatically turn on.

4. Fingertip Blood Sampling:The Dr. Aid blood glucose monitoring system requires a very small blood drop to perform a test. We should obtain it from FINGERTIP only. Insert the Lancet in the Lancing Device. Hold the Lancing Device cover in one hand. Using the other hand, slowly pull Sliding Barrel away from the Lancing Device Cover. We will hear a click, indicating that the Lancet Carrier is locked into position. Release the Sliding Barrel to return to its original position. Position the end of the adjustable comfort tip against the side tip of the finger. Press the trigger button, and then lift the Lancing Device away from the finger after the puncture is complete.

5. Apply Blood Sample: Obtain a round blood sample using lancing device. The blood sample must be atleast 0.6 micro litre in volume to fill the reaction chamber of test strip (as shown in the image below). With the blood symbol flashing on the display, touch and hold the drop of blood to the narrow channel in the top edge of the test strip. Hold the blood drop to the top edge of the test strip until the reaction chamber is full before the meter begins to count down. When the chamber is full, a brief  beep sound which means you can move away your finger.

Reaction Chamber: Apply Blood here, also check here to confirm if enough blood has been applied

Contact Bars: Insert this end of test strip first and facing up into the test strip port of the meter. Push it all the way in until it will go no further.


6. Accurate Results in just 5 seconds: Your blood glucose test result will appear after the meter counts down from 5 to 1. Your Dr. Aid meter display test results in mg/dL 



  • Blood Sample: fresh whole capillary blood.
  • Sample type for calibration: vein plasma
  • Sample amount: > 0.6 micro litre
  • Test range: 20 mg/dL - 600 mg/dL
  • Test time: 5 seconds
  • Model: Dr. Aid
  • Power: 1 pair of AAA batteries
  • Battery service time: support 1000 times testing
  • Memory: 10 test results
  • Test temperature: 10°C ~ 35°C
  • Test Humidity: <= 80%
  • Dimension: 96 x 55 x 18 (mm)
  • Weight: about 40g
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