Home testing kits for diabetes
This test kit enables you to check your blood glucose levels with a drop
blood from your finger, monitor your health easily with this painless
home testing kit.
A CE approved test that lets you know if your blood sugar is within a
normal range, it provides accurate, reliable results in seconds.
Diabetes prevalence between 2012 - 2013 in the United Kingdom was
approximately 4.6 % of the population and increasing.
The risk of developing this illness is significantly higher if any of
your first-line relatives (parents, siblings) already have it.
Severe thirst, frequent need to urinate and unexplained weight
loss are some of the symptoms.
Other symptoms include tiring easily and blurred vision, obesity and
lack of physical activity also increase the risk of developing this
What are my chances of developing this illness
You could be diabetic without knowing it, as many half of the people who
may be affected by don't know they have it.
Modern unhealthy diets, poor nutrition, obesity and lack of exercise are
the main causes.
If you have it and are diagnosed early, you can be treated before this
illness and its complications develop.
Diabetes is a major cause of heart disease and stroke and the main cause
of kidney failure, limb amputations and blindness in adults and cases
are on the rise.
Not following a healthy eating plan, consuming high amounts of processed
food and an unhealthy lifestyle all contribute to rising cases.
Most cases can be treated with lifestyle changes, dietary measures and
Early diagnosis is critical, that's why its good to check blood glucose
Diabetes is one of the world's most prevalent illnesses: it is estimated
that perhaps more than a million people in the United Kingdom are
manifesting this condition.
Detection with the aid of our quick and easy-to-use home diabetes tests
to detect diabetes early can help you to prevent future complications.
It is estimated that there are over three quarters of a million
people in the Britain have this illness but do not know it.
What are the long-term effects of a high blood glucose level?
In the long-term high levels of glucose in the blood can damage all the
blood vessels in the human body.
High blood sugar can lead to impaired eyesight, kidney failure, nerve
damage, erectile dysfunction and poor wound healing capability.
People with high blood sugar have a significantly higher risk of cardiac
arrest and strokes.
Contents of kit
2 tests discs (foil wrapped)
Instruction for use
Use lancet contained in the kit to obtain a drop of blood from your
finger for the required blood sample.
Place the drop of blood on the strip and wait for 30 seconds.
Match the colour on the strip and read off your blood glucose level.
Sample: 1 drop of whole blood
Methodology: Enzymatic quick check for visual evaluation
Evidence: Blood glucose level
Reading the results
If your blood glucose level is between 72 mg/dl (4 mmol/l) and 108 mg/dl
(6 mmol/l) you are within the normal limits.
If you are well below or above the normal limits please consult your