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MULTI-TEST A1C SYSTEM

Practitioner Direct

Bayer’s A1CNow+ provides you with a fast and easy way of obtaining accurate A1C results in your office. This innovative technology enables you to communicate face-to-face with your patients about their blood sugar control.

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Self Check Blood Sugar Home Testing Kit


  • More Efficient Than The Lab
    • Results in 5 Minutes
    • Small (5μL) Blood Sample
    • Portable – Use in Multiple Exam Rooms
    • Easy to Use – Minimal Training Required
    • No Maintenance
  • Key Features
    • 99% Lab Accuracy*
    • NGSP Certified
    • CLIA Waived
    • Reimbursable
  • Ideal For
    • Medical Doctors
    • Naturopathic Doctors
    • Certified Diabetic Educators
    • Nurse Practitioners
    • Nutritionist / Dietitians

Real-time results. Better outcomes.

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A1CNOW+® PROCEDURE

 

 

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A1CNow+ is a fast, easy and accurate way to perform in-office A1C testing. The simple process requires less than one minute of hands-on time and results are ready in just five minutes. The portable, hand held A1CNow+ monitor also empowers physicians' offices to perform parallel tests, greatly increasing workflow efficiency.

Blood Test Procedure

* Study results with healthcare professionals showed that the accuracy of A1CNow+ with fingerstick samples was, on average, 99%. This means that, on average, a true 7.0% A1C could read approximately 6.9% A1C. An individual A1CNow+ result may differ by as much as -1.0% A1C to +0.8% A1C from the true result. This represents the 95% confidence limits of a Bland-Altman plot.

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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2003.
2. Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes - 2008. Diabetes Care, Volume 31, Supplement 1, January 2008.
3. Daniels, E. et al, Point of Care Testing to Improve Glycemic Control.Intl J or Health