At Last Blood Glucose System

At Last Blood Glucose System

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Blood glucose monitoring kit with packaging, check strip, test strips, calibration chip, package insert, lancet holder, lancets (25), carrying case, meter cover, User's manual, Getting Started guide, self test log book, warranty card, extra bag of lancets, and three plastic strips of control solution.
White and aqua-blue box with black, blue, and aqua-blue writing and pictures of glucose monitor and glucose monitor in use. Box has a clear plastic window on the front revealing the monitor inside. The blood glucose monitor is blue and gray plastic with black print and barcode. The carrying case is black and blue fabric with blue metal zipper and blue plastic closure. Both the second bag of sterile lancets and the three control solution strips do not appear to be part of the original blood glucose monitor kit.
Printed on box: No More fingersticks! / Advanced all-in-one meter and sampling system. Freedom to choose the testing area that is most: Convenient, Comfortable, Pain-free
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Object Name
blood glucose monitor
date made
about 1999
Amira Medical, Inc.
place made
United States: California, Scotts Valley
Physical Description
metal (overall material)
paper (overall material)
cardboard (overall material)
plastic (overall material)
box: 21.2 cm x 24 cm x 5.7 cm; 8 11/32 in x 9 7/16 in x 2 1/4 in
blood glucose monitor: 11.6 cm x 3.9 cm; 4 9/16 in x 1 17/32 in
ID Number
accession number
catalog number
Credit Line
Gift of Jeffrey Roe
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National Museum of American History
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