VETMATE for Diabetic Blood Glucose Meter Monitor for Dog & Cat

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VETMATE for Diabetic Blood Glucose Meter Monitor for Dog & Cat

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  • Measuring range: 10-600 mg / dl
  • Sample volume: at least 4 μl
  • Measuring time: 5 seconds
  • Illuminated LCD display
  • Hygienic test strip ejection
SKU: PTVMT000838S000 Category: Tags: ,

VETMATE blood glucose tester is designed specifically for dogs and cats.

The measurement can be done with fresh capillary blood as well as with fresh venous whole blood.

 

│ Specifications │

  • 0.4㎕ / 5 seconds
  • 10-600 mg/dL [0.6-33.3 mmol/L]

 

│ Features │

  • Enzyme: GDH-FAD
  • No coding required
  • Auto back-lighted LCD
  • Strip ejection button
  • Calibrated for dogs & cats
  • 14-day test averages(each animal type and ID)
  • Maximum number of ID entries: 4 dogs & 4 cats
  • Compatible with VetLogTM animal diabetes management software
  • Hypoglycemia indicator
  • 5-time set alarms
  • Data port
  • Manufacturer – iSens

 

│ Includes│

  • 1 VetMate blood glucose meter
  • 10 test strips
  • 1 quick guide
  • 1 user manual
  • 10 lancets
  • 1 lancing device alphacheck
  • 1 control solution
  • 2 batteries
  • 1 carrying case

 

 

What is Diabetes in pets?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Diabetes mellitus is a disease in which the beta cells of the endocrine pancreas either stop producing insulin or can no longer produce it in enough quantity for the body’s needs. The condition is commonly divided into two types, depending on the origin of the condition: Type 1 diabetes, sometimes called “juvenile diabetes”, is caused by destruction of the beta cells of the pancreas. The condition is also referred to as insulin-dependent diabetes, meaning exogenous insulin injections must replace the insulin the pancreas is no longer capable of producing for the body’s needs. Dogs can have insulin-dependent, or Type 1, diabetes; research finds no Type 2 diabetes in dogs.[1][2][3] Because of this, there is no possibility the permanently damaged pancreatic beta cells could re-activate to engender a remission as may be possible with some feline diabetescases, where the primary type of diabetes is Type 2.[2][4][5] There is another less common form of diabetes, diabetes insipidus, which is a condition of insufficient antidiuretic hormone or resistance to it.[6][7]

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VETMATE

Additional information

Weight 300 g
Dimensions 15 × 5 × 20 cm

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