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Blood glucose monitoring system

Diabetes facts

Diabetes is a chronic disease that affects all populations from children to adults globally.  With high levels of blood glucose resulting from defects in insulin production, insulin action, or both, diabetes has been associated with serious health complications including visual disability, kidney failure, neuropathy, and heart disease1. While diabetes has been ranked as the 5th leading cause of death in the U.S. and globally, studies have shown that maintaining a normal or near-normal glucose level significantly prevents or delays some health complications for people with diabetes2,3,4,5. The development of blood glucose monitoring system permitted diabetic patients to monitor their glucose levels at home. This system was consequently recommended as an important component of routine care for diabetic patients to control their blood glucose levels6,7,8.

Blood Glucose Monitoring Kit
Fig 1. Blood Glucose Monitoring Kit

Competitiveness

While there are many types of blood glucose monitoring systems currently available on the market, ABCorp proudly introduces a new line of products of 2009, a FDA510(K) and CE mark certified eBsensor blood glucose monitoring system into the global market.  By testing on the clinical performance against standard references (Figure 2) and leading brands of glucose monitoring systems in the markers (Figure 3), eBsensor, a new 10-second hand-held blood glucose monitoring system has been shown to obtain satisfactory scores on clinical performance tests9.  The observed clinical performance scores indicate that eBsensor is a reliable glucose monitoring system providing high accurate and precise glucose readings and can be rated as “good meter”10 based on the reference of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO)11.

Error Grid analysis of the eBsensor monitoring system
Fig. 2.  Error Grid analysis of the eBsensor monitoring system. eBsensor readings were plotted against the YSI reference method (Chen et al., 2007).
Linear regression analysis of the eBsensor readings against the currently marketed monitoring systems
Fig. 3. Linear regression analysis of the eBsensor readings against the currently marketed monitoring systems. (a) OneTouch Ultra and (b) the Glucocard II (Chen et al., 2007)

With highly unique features of the design and accuracy of the results against the leading products (see above), ease-of-use and competitive price provide further attraction of eBsensor blood glucose monitoring system to the diabetes community and end users.

eBcarryon Blood Glucose Monitoring System (Travel Kit)eBsensor Blood Glucose Monitoring System

Product Specification
 * Blood Volume: 2.5 µl
 * Measuring Time: 10 seconds
 * Memory Capacity: 70 blood glucose results
 * Blood Sample: Capillary Whole Blood
 * Measuring Range: 30 ~ 600 mg/dL (1.66 ~ 33.33 mmol/L)
 * System Operating Temperature: 10 to 40
 * Size: L 87 x W 60 x D 21 mm
 * Weight: 75 g
 * Power Supply: Two 1.5-Volt (AAA) batteries

 Patent
 * Patent No. M297470 (R.O.C) 
 * US Patent Application No. 11/426,067 
 * Patent Application No. 060015p2 (PROC)

 Safety Test  
 * Certificate Report No.: EME-95-0294

 EMC Test 
 * Certificate Report No.: EME-95-0294(E) 

 Certification of Manufacturing/Production site in Taiwan
 * FDA 510K (No. K062555)
 * ISO13485: 2003 certification from TUV PS
 * CE Mark (CE0123) for the eBsensor Blood Glucose Monitoring System

 Clinical Report  
 * The clinical study of eBsensor entitled "Clinical evaluation of the eBsensor hand-held blood glucose monitoring system" was accepted for publication in Clin Chim Acta 377 (1-2):170-3, 2010 [PDF!].

 Accessories

eBsensor meter Test Strips Lancets
eBsensor meter Test Strips Lancets

*To purchase accessories, please email us!
**OEMs/Private labels are available upon request!

ABCorp also offers a very unique 2nd-generation glucose monitoring kit, called “eBcarryon Blood glucose monitory system”.  The pocket-size, compact design with full functional features of the eBsensor Blood glucose monitoring system is very suitable for frequent travelers with the ability to maintain the daily check-up of their glucose level (see below).  

eBcarryonBlood Glucose Monitoring System (Travel Kit) CE only!

eBcarryon Blood Glucose Monitoring System (Travel Kit)

 Product Specification
 * Blood Volume: 2.5 µl
 * Measuring Time: 10 seconds
 * Memory Capacity: 2 blood glucose results
 * Blood Sample: Capillary Whole Blood
 * Measuring Range: 30 ~ 600 mg/dL (1.66 ~ 33.33 mmol/L)
 * System Operating Temperature: 10 to 40
 * Size: L 110 x W 58 x D 25 mm
 * Weight: 63 g
 * Power Supply: One 3Volt CR2032 Lithium battery

 Accessories

eBcarryon meter Test Strips Lancets
eBcarryon meter Test Strips Lancets

*To purchase accessories, please email us!
**OEMs/Private labels are available upon request!

 

References:

  1. American Diabetes Organization. http://www.diabetes.org/
  2. DCCT Research Group, The effect of intensive treatment of diabetes on the development and progression of long-term complications in insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus, N Engl J Med 329 (1993), pp. 977–986.
  3. UK Prospective Diabetes Study (UKPDS) Group, Intensive blood-glucose control with sulphonylureas or insulin compared with conventional treatment and risk of complications in patients with type 2 diabetes (UKPDS 33), Lancet 352 (1998), pp. 837–853.
  4. American Diabetes Association: Standards of medical care in diabetes (Position Statement), Diabetes Care 27 (2004) (Suppl. 1), pp. S15–S35.
  5. World Health Organization, The Global Strategy on Diet, Physical Activity and Health:Fact Sheet – Diabetes (2003).
  6. Sonksen et al (1978) Home monitoring of blood-glucose. Method for improving diabetic control, Lancet 1, pp. 729–732.
  7. Ikeda and Tsuruoka (1994) Self-monitoring of blood glucose, as a means of self-management, Diabetes Res Clin Pract, pp. S269–S271.
  8. Franciosi et al (2001) The impact of blood glucose self-monitoring on metabolic control and quality of life in type 2 diabetic patients: an urgent need for better educational strategies, Diabetes Care 24, pp. 1870–1877.
  9. Chen et al (2007) Clinical evaluation of the eBsensor hand-held blood glucose monitoring system. Clin Chimica Acta Clinica Chimica Acta. 377 (1-2), pp 170-173
  10. Poirier et al (1998) Clinical and statistical evaluation of self-monitoring blood glucose meters, Diabetes Care 21, pp. 1919–1924.
  11. International organization for standardization. http://www.iso.org/iso/home.htm


 

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