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Glucose 201+ System

  • Deliver high-quality information to healthcare professionals at the POC

  • Unique microcuvette technology ensures accuracy in three simple steps while minimizing the risk of contamination

  • Used for screening, monitoring and diagnosis of diabetes mellitus

Principle Modified glucose dehydrogenase in which the total amount of glucose is measured at the end point photometrically
Calibration Factory calibrated and traceable to the ID GC-MS method; needs no further calibration and no coding
Sample Material Capillary, venous or arterial whole blood
Measurement Range Plasma equivalent values: 0.61 – 24.6 mmol/L (11 – 444 mg/dL)
Whole blood values: 0.55 – 22.2 mmol/L (10 – 400 mg/dL)
Results Within one minute for normal glucose levels
Sample Volume < 5 μL
Dimensions 160 × 85 × 43 mm (6.30 × 3.35 × 1.69 inches)
Weight 350 g (0.77 pounds) with batteries installed
Storage Temp. Analyzer: 0 – 50 °C (32 – 122 °F)
Microcuvettes: unopened below 8 °C (46 °F), room temperature for up to 3 days; one month open vial stability
Operating Temp. 15-30 °C (59 – 86 °F)
Power AC Adapter or 4 AA batteries
Interface Printer and HemoCue® Basic Connect including optional barcode scanner. Data transfer using Bluetooth® technology is possible via HemoCue® BT Connect (accessory)
Quality Control Built-in self-test; system can be verified using liquid controls


Glucose 201+ System

Acute accuracy withoutrisks

With the help of microcuvette technology, there is no need to bring an analyzer near patients, reducing the risk of spreading infection

Right decisions at the POC

Precise monitoring for better glycemic control. Reduced risk of missed hypoglycemia in newborns

Convenience and flexibility

Portable and battery-operated system ideal for mobile settings





microcuvette into analyzer.


the results (either in mmol/L or mg/dL).

Glucose 201+