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Leading visually impaired meter pulled from market

By Editor
17th April 2018
Medical devices

The leading blood glucose meter for visually impaired people has been withdrawn from the market.

SuperCheck2 is no longer available for sale after the manufacturer Apollo Medical Technologies Ltd discontinued the product.

The device provided blood glucose readings through a voice system to help visually impaired people with diabetes manage their condition.

There is another blood glucose meter for visually impaired people, the GlucoRx Nexus Voice Meter.

GlucoRx describe it as a: “Talking, multifunctional machine with advanced GDH-FAD enzyme technology for an entirely accurate diabetes blood test and simple self-management of blood sugar levels.”

The GlucoRx Nexus Voice meter uses only GlucoRx Nexus Test Strips and GlucoRx Lancets.

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