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Home Delivery Medical Offers New Glucose Meter With State-Of-The-Art Technology
Date:2/27/2009

Arkray Glucocard X-Meter, Dubbed The iPod Of Glucose Monitoring Systems, Is Just What Diabetics Have Been Waiting For. The Sleek, Bold And Simple New Look Of the Meter Is Taking The Diabetic Market By Storm.

Greenville, SC (PRWEB) February 27, 2009 -- For years, the diabetic community has been calling for a glucose monitoring system that is both functional and attractive. In recent years, many companies have developed smaller glucose monitoring systems, but until now, those systems required large blood samples and looked like toy phones. The new Glucocard X-METER from Arkray is what America's 23 million diabetics have been waiting for.

The X-Meter is designed with functionality, simplicity, and style. With its tiny blood sample size of only 0.3 microliters, the ability for alternate site testing, and a result time of only 5 seconds, the X-Meter saves your time and your fingers. The Glucocard X-SENSOR is an auto-coded test strip that immediately turns on the meter eliminating the need for coding and buttons. This functionality is housed in a sleek white body that is nearly 10mm thick. With its bold look, large screen, and sleek profile, the X-Meter can easily be mistaken for an iPod.

Home Delivery Medical is an official Arkray Distributor and reports that the X-Meter is selling very well. Michael Laico, VP of
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