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Protimenow

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I've seen the website before. It probably doesn't have FDA approval for sales in the United States. It's one of a handful of meters that are available outside of the United States. I don't know much more than what's on their website.

The answer to your question is no, I haven't used this meter.
 
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I've seen the website before. It probably doesn't have FDA approval for sales in the United States. It's one of a handful of meters that are available outside of the United States. I don't know much more than what's on their website.

The answer to your question is no, I haven't used this meter.
Thanks a lot , the following link is from au.

and this is from ncbi
 

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Thanks for the links. The second is the most interesting, concluding that this meter has accuracy issues. The first, a sales page, mentions that the strips have an advantage over the CoaguChek XS - they can be out of the wrapper (each strip is in an individual package, for up to six hours. By contrast, once a CoaguChek XS strip is removed from its vial, the strip is only good for a few minutes.

The six hour time can be beaten by the Coag-Sense strips, which are still accurate after many hours - and even longer if you place them in a ziploc or similar bag.
 

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