EPS Bio Technology EasyPlus Operation & User’s Manual

Operation & User’s Manual for EPS Bio Technology EasyPlus Blood Glucose Meter (50 pages)

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  • EasyPlus

    Self-Monitoring Blood Glucose System

    User’s Manual

    Please read this User Manual thoroughly before using your

    blood glucose monitor.

  • Dear EasyPlus SMBG System Owner,

    Thank you for using the EasyPlus Self-Monitoring Blood Glucose (SMBG)

    System. We design this system for medical care on diabetes. The test results can

    help you determine the effects of food, exercise and diabetes medications. We

    design this system to be dependable, easy-to-use, compact, and lightweight and

    portable to help you monitor your blood glucose on a regular basis.

    This manual will help you get the most from your EasyPlus SMBG System.

    To start testing quickly, you can also refer to the Quick Reference Guide.

    If you have questions, please call the EasyPlus Customer Care Service toll-free at

    1-888-216-5888 to get our help. We offer assistance from Monday to Friday, 9:00AM

    to 5:00PM. You can also visit www.epsbio.com.tw for diabetes management tools

    and product demonstrations.

    Thanks again for choosing the EasyPlus blood glucose meter.

  • EasyPlus SMBG System

    Your new EasyPlus Blood Glucose meter and accessories work together to

    measure the amount of glucose in your blood. The system includes:

    • Wallet

    • User Manual

    • Self-Test Log Book

    • Warranty Card

    • EasyPlus Blood Glucose Meter

    • Test Strip Instructions

    • Control Solution Instructions

    • Lancing device

    • EasyPlus Blood Glucose Test

    Strips (10 pcs)

    • EasyPlus Normal Control Solution

    • Check Strip

    • Code Card

    • Quick Installation Guide

    • 2 Alkaline Batteries 1.5V (AAA)

    • Lancets

    (

    10

    p

    cs

    )

  • Why is it so important to test blood glucose regularly?

    Testing your blood glucose regularly can make a big difference in how you manage

    your diabetes every day. We’ve made this SMBG system as simple as possible and

    help you to use the meter regularly.

    Do you need Help?

    If you have questions, please call the Customer Care Service Center

    toll-free:1-888-216-5888. You can also visit www.epsbio.com.tw for diabetes

    management tools and product demonstrations.

    Note:

    Although the EasyPlus SMBG System is easy to use, you may need to consult your

    healthcare professional (this may be your doctor, pharmacist or diabetes nurse

    educator) for instructions on how to use the system. Only the correct use of the system

    will ensure accurate results.

  • Important Information About Your New Meter

     EasyPlus blood glucose meter is designed and approved for testing fresh

    capillary whole blood samples from fingerstick. The meter is for outside the

    body (in vitro) use. It should not be used to diagnose diabetes.

     EasyPlus blood glucose meter only use with EasyPlus Blood Glucose Test

    Strips. Other test strips will give inaccurate results.

     Testing is not valid for neonatal blood specimen.

     Do not disassemble the meter as this may cause damage to the components

    resulting in incorrect reading. Disassembling the meter will also void the

    warranty.

     Protect the meter from direct sunlight to ensure a longer lifespan.

     You should not store the meter and test strips in a car, a bathroom or a

    refrigerator.

     Keep the meter, test strips and lancing device away from children and pets.

     You should not test critically ill patients with home-use blood glucose meters.

    Elevated levels of acetaminophen, uric acid, gentisica acid, levodopa, dopamine

    and methyldopa may affect results.

  • Health-Related Information

     If you are very dehydrated or urinating frequently, you may get a test result that

    is lower than what your blood glucose really is. If you think you are dehydrated,

    call your doctor right away.

     If you have followed the steps in the user’s manual, but still have symptoms that

    don’t seem to match your test results, or if you have questions, please talk to

    your doctor.

     Please read your test strip instruction carefully for additional health-related

    information.

    Warning for potential biohazard:

    Healthcare professionals using this system on multiple patients should handle all

    products or objects in contact with human blood carefully to avoid transmitting viral

    disease, even after cleaning.

  • Content

    Chapter 1: Understanding Your Meter .....................................................................9

    The EasyPlus Blood Glucose Meter ...............................................................9

    Checking Your System ....................................................................................11

    Coding Your Meter ........................................................................................12

    Setting The Time And Date............................................................................13

    Using EasyPlus Blood Glucose Test Strips...................................................15

    Chapter2: Control Solution Test.............................................................................16

    Why Run A Control Solution Tests..................................................................16

    About The Control Solutions............................................................................17

    Running A Control Solution Test.....................................................................18

    Understanding Control Test Results...............................................................21

    Chapter 3: Testing Your Blood Glucose.................................................................23

    Inserting A Lancet into the Lancing Device........................................................23

    Running A Blood Glucose Test With Blood From Your Fingertip....................27

    Discarding Used Lancets................................................................................30

    Understanding Your Test Results...................................................................31

    Unusual Test Results................................................................................32

    Chapter 4: Meter Memory, Setup..........................................................................33

    Memory, Storing Test Result.........................................................................33

  • Viewing &Deleting Test Results.....................................................................34

    Meter Setup...................................................................................................35

    Setting Thermometer.....................................................................................36

    Setting The Alarm.........................................................................................37

    Setting The Beeper For The Alarm...............................................................38

    Setting The Clock..........................................................................................39

    Chapter 5: Maintenance And Troubleshooting.....................................................40

    Installing Batteries.........................................................................................40

    Cleaning Your Meter ....................................................................................42

    Cleaning Your Lancing Device......................................................................42

    Screen Messages And Troubleshooting.......................................................43

    Chapter 6: Technical Information.........................................................................47

    Specifications................................................................................................47

    Comparing Your Meter Result To A Lab Result..................................................48

    Device Information........................................................................................ 49

    Additional Supplies........................................................................................50

    Warranty..............................................................................................................50

  • 9

    Chapter 1: Understanding Your Meter

    The EasyPlus Blood Glucose Meter

    M Button

    To turn on the meter or read records.

    S Button

    To turn on the meter or go into

    Setting Mode.

  • 10

    USB Port

    To transfer data to a Computer.

    Strip Slot

    To insert test strip, check strip or

    code card.

    Test Strip Vial

    Use by

  • 11

    Checking Your System

    A new check strip is included with your meter.

    1. Make sure your check

    strip is inserted. The

    meter will turn on

    automatically.

    2. The screen displays

    “OK”.

    3. Remove the check strip

    and the meter will turn

    off automatically. Store

    the check strip in a safe

    place.

  • 12

    Coding Your Meter

    A new Code Card is inside each new box of test strips. Code your meter every time

    you open a new box of test strips.

    1. The LCD display will

    show “no CODE” the

    first time batteries

    are installed.

    2. Insert the code card

    into the slot. The

    screen displays “OK”.

    3. The code number will be

    shown on the LCD. Make

    sure the code number on

    the LCD matches the code

    number on the test strip vial.

    Note:

    Do not discard the code card until you use all test

    strips in the same vial.

  • 13

    Setting The Time and Date—First Time Use

    Setting the current time and date in your meter is important if you use the meter

    memory or if you want to download your results to a computer.

    1. Press and hold the “S”

    button until turning the

    meter on. Press ”S” button

    and release to enter

    setting mode.

    2. The time and date

    appear on the display.

    The year flashes at

    the center of the LCD

    display.

    3. Press ”M” button to

    adjust the year.

    Press and hold “M”

    button to scroll

    faster.

  • 14

    4. Press and release ”S”

    button to set the year.

    The month will then

    flash.

    5. Repeat step 3 and 4

    to set the date, hour,

    and minute. The

    flashing field is the

    one you are setting.

    6. Press the “S” button to

    confirm the setting. The

    display will show “SCL” and

    the unit of measurement.

    Press the “S” button again, to

    go to screen shown in Step 1.

    Press and hold “S” for more

    than 3 seconds, and the

    meter will turn off.

  • 15

    Using EasyPlus Blood Glucose Test Strip

     Use only with EasyPlus Blood Glucose Meter.

     Code your meter and run a control test every time you open a new box of test

    strips (See Chapter 2 “Control Solution Testing.”)

     Keep the test strips in their original vial.

     Close the vial tightly right after you take a test strip out. This helps keeps the

    test strip dry.

     Use the test strip within three minutes after you take it out of the vial.

     The strip is for single use only. Do not reuse it.

     Record the date you open the test strip vial. Be sure to check the “Use by” date

    on the test strip vial. The test strip is good for three months from the date the

    vial is opened or until the “Use by” date on the vial, whichever comes first.

     Store the test strip vial and your meter in a cool dry place.

     Store the test strips below 86°F(30°C). Do not freeze.

     Do not apply blood or control solution to the test strip before you insert it into the

    meter.

     Do not touch the test strip with wet hands. Do not bend, cut, or twist the test

    strips.

  • 16

    Chapter 2: Control Solution Testing

    Why Run A Control Solution Test

    Running a control test lets you know that your meter and test strips are working

    properly to give reliable results. You should run a control test when:

     You use the EasyPlus Blood Glucose Meter for the first time.

     You open a new vial of test strips.

     You think the meter or test strips may be working incorrectly.

     You drop the meter.

     You have repeated a test and the test results are still lower or higher than

    expected.

     You are practicing the test procedure.

    Note:

    Professional users are instructed to follow federal, state, and local guidelines

    concerning QC practices.

  • 17

    About The Control Solution

     Use only with EasyPlus test strips.

     Write the date you opened the bottle on the bottle label. The control solution is

    good for three months from the date the vial is opened or until the “Use by” date

    on the bottle, whichever comes first.

     Do not uses control solution that is past the “Use by” date.

     Close the bottle tightly after every use.

     Left over control solution should not be added back into the control bottle.

     Store the bottle of control solution at room temperature, below 86°F (30°C). Do

    not freeze.

  • 18

    Running A Control Solution Test

    You need the meter, a test strip, and control solution

    2. If you miss seeing the code

    number, take the test strip out

    and reinsert it into the meter.

    After LCD shows the code

    number, you will see the

    screen shown above.

    1. Put a test strip into the meter in

    the direction of the arrow. The

    meter turns on. Make sure the

    code number on the display

    matches the code number on the

    test strip vial.

  • 19

    3. Place the meter on a flat

    surface, like a table.

    4. Remove the control solution

    bottle cap and wipe the tip

    of the bottle with a tissue.

    5. Squeeze the bottle until a tiny drop

    forms at the tip of the bottle. Touch

    the drop to the Blood collection area

    at the end of the test strip. Do not

    put control solution on top of the

    test strip. When you hear the

    beeper, you have enough control

    solution in the test strip. The meter

    starts to count down from 5 seconds

    and will show the results.

  • 20

    6. A result appears on the display.

    Don’t remove the test strip yet.

    Check if the reading falls within the

    ran

    g

    e

    p

    rinted on the test stri

    p

    vial.

    7. Remove the test strip and thro

    w

    it away after you have compared

    the reading to the range printed

    on the test strip vial.

  • 21

    Understanding Control Test Results

    The label on your test strip vial shows the acceptable ranges for the Control Solutions.

    The result you get should be inside this range. Make sure you compare the result to

    the correct level of control.

    Acceptable Control Ranges

    Normal Control 96- 144 mg/dL

    High Control 280-420 mg/dL

    When the control result is inside the range on the test strip vial, your test strips and

    your meter is working properly.

    If your control result is not inside the acceptable range (printed on your test strip vial),

    here are some things you can do to solve the problem:

  • 22

    Troubleshooting Checks Action

     Was the test strip exposing to open air

    for a long period of time?

    Repeat the control test with properly

    stored strips.

     Was the test strip vial capped tightly? This will humidify strips inside. Replace

    the test strips.

     Did the code number on the meter

    display match the code number on the

    test strip?

    If they do not match, insert the correct

    code card in the meter and try again.

     Was the meter functioning well?

     Is the control solution expired or

    contaminated?

    You can use the check strip to verify the

    meter’s functions.

    Replace with new control solution to

    check the performance of SMBG

    system.

     Were test strips and control solutions

    stored in cool, dry places?

    Repeat the control test with properly

    stored strips or control solutions.

     Did you follow the testing steps

    properly?

    Read Chapter 2 “Control Solution

    Testing” again and retest again. If you

    still have problems, call the our

    Customer Service Toll Free:

    1-888-216-5888

  • 23

    Chapter 3: Testing Your Blood Glucose

    Inserting A Lancet Into The Lancing Device

    You must first load the lancet into the lancing device to get it ready for use.

    1. Unscrew the Cap.

    2. Insert the lancet into the lancing

    device firmly then twist off the

    protective cover.

  • 24

    3. Recap the front cap.

    4. Select the desired penetration

    depth.

    Note:

    Select 1-2 for soft or thin skin. 3 for average. 4-5 for thick or calloused skin.

  • 25

    5. Pull on the sliding barrel of the lancing device until it clicks and then

    release. Now the lancing device is ready. Do not prick your finger until

    your meter and strip are prepared.

    6. Set the lancing device aside until later in the test.

  • 26

    Notes

     The best depth setting is the lowest number that draws enough blood for a test.

    Try different settings to find the one that’s right for you.

     Please do not share your lancing device with anyone. And always use a new,

    sterile lancet. Lancets are for one time use only.

     Used Test strips and Lancets are considered bio-hazardous waste in

    accordance with U.S. local regulations and should be handled as if capable of

    transmitting infection. The users may discuss methods for disposing of used

    test strips and lancets with their doctor.

  • 27

    Running A Blood Glucose Test With Blood From Your Fingertip

    1. Wash your hands with

    soap and warm water.

    Rinse and dry

    thorou

    g

    hl

    y

    .

    2. Put a test strip into the

    meter in the direction

    of the arrow. The meter

    turns on. Make sure

    the code number on

    the display matches

    the code number on

    the test strip vial.

    3. If you miss seeing the

    code number, take the

    test strip out and reinsert

    it into the meter.

    After

    LCD shows the code

    number, you will see the

    screen shown above.

  • 28

    4. When the blood drop flashes on the

    display, obtain a drop of blood from you

    r

    fingertip.

    5. Swab the blood collection area on your

    finger with an alcohol swab. Please wait

    at least 5 seconds until the intended area

    is dry and clean before sampling the

    blood.

    6. Place the lancing device against

    the pad of your finger. Press the

    trigger button to activate the

    lancing device.

  • 29

    7. Gently squeeze your finger to assist

    the flow of blood. This helps you get

    a blood drop. Touch the drop to the

    tip of the transparent window of the

    test strip. Do not put blood on top

    of the strip. Be sure to get enough

    blood on the strip’s reaction zone.

    Otherwise, an inaccurate reading

    m

    ay

    r

    esu

    l

    t

    .

    8. The meter will beep when enough

    blood has entered the strip’s

    reaction zone. The result will

    appear on the display after 5

    seconds.

  • 30

    Discarding Used Lancets

    1. Unscrew and remove the

    adjustable cap. Without touching

    the used lancet, stick the lancet tip

    into its protective cover. Grip the

    lancet carrier firmly and pull the

    lancet safely out.

    2. Discard the used disposable lancet

    into an appropriate sharps or

    biohazard container.

  • 31

    Understanding Your Test Results

    The EasyPlus Blood Glucose test strips are whole-blood referenced and calibrated

    for easier comparison to lab results. The normal fasting blood glucose range for an

    adult without diabetes is 70 – 110 mg/dL.

    Two hours after meals, the blood glucose

    range for an adult without diabetes is less than 140 mg/dL.

    For people with diabetes:

    please consult your doctor for the blood glucose range appropriate for you.

  • 32

    Unusual Test Results

    If your blood glucose result doesn’t match the way you feel, please follow these

    steps:

    1. Run a control test, Chapter 2 “Control Solution Testing.”

    2. Repeat a blood glucose test, Chapter 3 “Testing Your Blood glucose.”

    3. If your blood glucose results still don’t reflect the way you feel, call your doctor

    immediately.

    Notes:

    1. Extremely high humidity may affect the test results. A relative humidity

    greater than 90% may cause inaccurate results.

    2. A red blood cell count (Hematocrit) that is either very high (above 55%) or

    very low (below 30%) may not provide accurate results.

    3. Some studies have shown that electromagnetic fields may affect results. Do

    not test near an operating microwave oven.

  • 33

    Chapter 4: Meter Memory, Setup

    Memory, Storing Test Results

    Your meter stores a maximum of 100 test results with the time and date of the test.

    You can review them at any time. When the memory is full, the oldest result is

    dropped as the newest is added, so it is very important to have the correct time and

    date set in the meter.

    Notes:

    1. Do not change your therapy based on one individual result in memory.

    2. The memory is not lost when you replace the battery. You do need to check that

    the time and date are still correct. See Section “Setting the time and date” in

    Chapter 1.

    3. Once 100 results are in memory, adding a new result causes the oldest one to be

    deleted.

  • 34

    Viewing & Deleting Test Results

    1. Press and hold the “S”

    button until turning the

    meter on.

    2. Press the “M” button to

    view the last test result.

    3. Press “S” to view the

    previous results in

    order from the most

    recent to the oldest.

    4. To delete a test result,

    Press and hold “M” for

    more than 3 seconds. The

    LCD will show “del”.

    5. Continue pressing “M”

    without releasing, the

    currently viewed result will

    be erased.

    6. Press “M” and release to

    review the average results

    for the last seven days

    7. Press “S” to view

    averages for 14 or 28

    days.

    8. Press “M” to close the

    memory mode.

  • 35

    Meter Setup

    Using The Set Mode

    By using the set mode, you can personalize your meter to suit your needs. Here are

    the features you can customize —

    Time and Date — to set the time and date(see Chapter 1).

    Thermometer — to show the current temperature.

    Alarm — as a test reminder to test.

    Beeper — to indicate a button has been pushed.

    Clock — to indicate the time.

  • 36

    Setting The Thermometer

    1. Press the ”S“ to turn the meter on.

    2. Press the ”M“ and ”S“ buttons at

    the same time and hold for more

    than 3 seconds. The meter will go

    into Centigrade Thermometer

    Mode.

    3. Press the ”S“ and the meter

    will change the temperature

    reading to Fahrenheit.

    4. Press the ”S“ again and the

    meter will change to the

    Alarm Setting Mode.

  • 37

    Setting The Alarm

    1. Press the “M“ to turn the

    alarm On or

    OFF. "On”

    or

    "OFF" indicators

    appear at the upper left

    corner of the LCD display

    screen.

    2. Press the “S“ when the

    LCD displays "OFF” to

    change the meter alarm

    mode to Beep Setting

    Mode.

    3. Press the “S“ when LCD

    displays "On",

    the first

    2-digits of time (hour

    field) will flash. Press the

    “M” to adjust the hours.

    4. If the time shows 12:00

    AM, you must press the

    “M” 12 times to set at

    "PM". Press "S" to

    confirm.

    5. The minute flashes.

    Press ”M” to adjust the

    minutes, and press “S” to

    confirm the setting.

  • 38

    Setting The Beeper For The Alarm

    1. You will see the Beep Setting Mode

    after the Alarm Setting was confirmed.

    Press the “M “to switch the "On"

    "OFF"

    at the center of LCD.

    2. Press the “S“ to confirm.

  • 39

    Setting The Clock

    After confirming the beep setting, the meter will go to the Clock Mode.

    1. You will see seconds being

    counted in the center of the

    display, 2-digits (month field)

    and 2-digits (day field) at the top

    left corner, 2-digits (hour field)

    and 2-digits (minute field) at the

    top right corner.

    2. The meter alarm will sound when clock

    time matches the time set in the alarm

    mode. You can stop the alarm by

    pressing the “M“ or it will stop

    automatically after 10 seconds.

    3. Press the “S“ to exit the “meter se

    t

    mode”.

  • 40

    Chapter 5: Maintenance and Troubleshooting

    Installing Batteries

    The meter uses two alkaline 1.5V (AAA) batteries. Batteries will normally last for

    over 1000 tests. Other types of 1.5V (AAA) batteries are also acceptable, yet the

    capacity of test times may differ. Install the batteries when you first use the meter

    or replace with new batteries when the “LP” message and the low battery symbol

    appear on the LCD display.

    Low battery symbol

  • 41

    The LCD display will show “no CODE” the first time batteries are installed. Please

    code your meter correctly.

    Notes:

    1. The meter won’t delete earlier records after you replace batteries.

    2. You should reset the time and date again after you replace the batteries.

    3. 5V (AAA) x 2 batteries is available in shops. You may take the old batteries

    with you for replacement.

    4. Remove batteries when you will not be using the meter for one month or

    more.

  • 42

    Cleaning Your Meter

     Caring for your EasyPlus SMBG system does not require special cleaning.

    Please keep the meter free of dirt, dust, bloodstain, and water stains.

     To clean your meter, wipe the surface with a soft cloth dampened with water

    and mild detergent. Do not use alcohol or another solvent to clean your

    meters.

     Do not get any moistures, blood or control solution inside the meters through

    the strip connector.

     Do not spray cleaning solution on the meter or immerse it in any liquid.

    Cleaning Your Lancing Device

     To clean the lancing device, wipe them with a soft cloth dampened with water

    and mild detergent. DO NOT place the entire device under water

     To disinfect the cap after cleaning by placing it in 70% rubbing alcohol for 10

    minutes. Allow the cap to air-dry after disinfecting.

  • 43

    Screen Messages And Troubleshooting

    Never make treatment decisions based on an error message. If you have any

    concerns, call our Customer Service Toll-Free: 1-888-216-5888

    Code transmission failure

    A

    ction: Re-insert the code

    card. If “FAL” appears

    consistently, contact local

    dealer for repair.

    Humidified strips

    A

    ction: Replace with a new

    strip.

    Low powe

    r

    A

    ction: Replace

    with new batteries.

  • 44

    System fault

    A

    ction: Replace the batteries first. If

    001 ERROR appears again, contact

    your local dealer for repair.

    System fault

    A

    ction: Replace the batteries first. If

    Err appears again, contact your local

    dealer for repair.

  • 45

    The “Ht” and thermometer icon

    appears. Temperature is too high,

    outside the required range of 50°F

    ~104°F (10°C ~40°C). This alerts

    users that an incorrect result may

    occur if the test continues.

    A

    ction: Relocate the meter to a location

    with temperature between 50°F ~104°F

    (10°C ~40°C).

    The “Lt” and thermometer icon

    appears. Temperature is too low,

    outside the required range of 50°F

    ~104°F (10°C ~40°C). This alerts

    users that an incorrect result may

    occur if the test continues.

    A

    ction: Relocate the meter to a

    temperature between 50°F ~104°F

    (10°C ~40°C).

  • 46

    Test result is higher

    than 550 mg/dL.

    A

    ction: Test again. If the

    result is still the same,

    please contact your

    healthcare professional.

    The test result is lowe

    r

    than 30 mg/dL.

    A

    ction: Test again. If the

    result is still the same,

    please contact your

    healthcare professional.

    First time installation o

    f

    batteries and the meter

    has not yet been coded.

    A

    ction: Code your meter.

  • 47

    Chapter 6: Technical Information

    Specifications

    Brand name EasyPlus Blood Glucose Meter

    Range 30~550 mg/dL

    Response time 5 seconds

    Memory sets 100 test results

    Temp. 50°F ~104°F (10°C ~40°C) Operating

    condition

    Relative Humidity R.H. ≦ 90%

    ≧2.0 μL

    Blood sample

    Fresh fingertip blood

    Hematocrit (Hct) 30~55%

    Power 2 Alkaline 1.5V (AAA)

    Battery life Over 1000 tests

    Display dimension LCD (40×32 mm)

    Device dimension H×W×D (mm) 82.5×51×19(mm)

    Weight 45.5 grams w/o batteries

    Principles Electrochemical biosensor technology

  • 48

    Comparing Your Meter Result To A Lab Result

    If you want to compare your meter result to the lab result, you must be fasting. Bring

    your meter to the doctor’s office, and test yourself by fingertip within five minutes of

    having blood drawn from your arm by a healthcare professional. Keep in mind that

    the lab could use different technology than EasyPlus blood glucose meter, and that

    blood glucose meters for self testing generally read somewhat lower or higher than

    the lab result.

    For accuracy and precision data and for important information on limitations, see the

    instructions that come with your test strips.

  • 49

    Device Information

    EasyPlus SMBG System,

    EasyPlus Blood Glucose Test Strips,

    EasyPlus Blood Glucose Meter.

    GlucoManager Software Set

    Manufacturer:

    EPS BIO TECHNOLOGY CORP.

    2F, No.49-2, Lane 2, Guang-Fu Rd., Sec. 2, Hsinchu City, Taiwan 300

    TEL:+886-3-5752522 FAX:+886-3-5752552

    E-mail:[email protected] http://www.epsbio.com.tw

    Lancing Device

    Meets the requirements of MDD 93/42/EEC

    Manufacturer:

    PALCO LAB. INC.

    8030 Soquel Avenue Suite 104 Santa Cruz, CA 95062-2032 USA

    TEL: 831-476-3151, 800-346-4488 FAX: 831-476-1114

    E-mail: [email protected]

  • 50

    Lancet

    Meets the requirements of MDD 93/42/EEC

    Manufacturer:

    SAE HAN MEDICAL CORP.

    # 700-113 PUB GOT-DONG, IL SAN-GU, GOYANG-CITY, KYUNGGI-DO, KOREA

    TEL: 82-31-923-4330 FAX: 82-31-923-4331

    E-mail: [email protected]

    Additional Supplies

    EasyPlus Glucose Normal Control Solution

    GlucoManager Software Set

    Warranty

    EPS warrants the original purchaser for a period of 5 years from the date of purchase.

    This means during the warranty period if your Self-Monitoring Blood Glucose System

    does not work for any reason (other than obvious abuse), EPS will replace it with a

    new system or an equivalent product free of charge.

    Part No.718009000 Rev.A01-082206 Reference No.EPS04014

  • EPS Bio Technology EasyPlus User Manual
  • EPS Bio Technology EasyPlus User Guide
  • EPS Bio Technology EasyPlus PDF Manual
  • EPS Bio Technology EasyPlus Owner's Manuals

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