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Pronto Digitest

Lancet and swab kit

A testing device with simplicity in mind.

WHAT IS IT?

A kit to help you carry out daily checks on your blood sugar levels, comprising narrow-diameter lancets and practical absorbent swabs. This handy aid to help you monitor your blood samples benefits from Indolor Experience™ technology to provide greater comfort and innovation.

WHAT DOES IT DO FOR YOU?

It offers you a practical tool for the self-management of glucose levels, making testing simple and quick. It includes everything you need to carry out daily checks: narrow-diameter 30G, 32G and 33G lancets with specially sharpened needle tips for easy injection into your skin, and also absorbent swabs to clean any excess blood post injection.

WHAT MAKES IT UNIQUE?

The narrow diameter of the lancets: in addition to the classic 30G format, ProntoDigitest also comes in new narrower sizes 32G and 33G. The Indolor™ approach reduces discomfort and makes it easy to take blood samples.

What's more, the handy dispense pack with lancets and absorbent swabs ensures you have everything you need within reach, making it even simpler and quicker to measure your blood sugar.

IN WHAT FORMATS CAN YOU FIND IT?

The Pronto Digitest kit is available with 3 different lancets:

Diameter 33G – 0.20 mm
Diameter 32G – 0.23 mm
Diameter 30G – 0.30 mm

Your chosen diameter of lancets come in a pack containing 25 sterile lancets and 25 ready-to-use absorbent swabs in individual sealed packs.

 

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