- Measures 4 parameters
- Cholesterol, Triglyceride, Glucose, Lactate
- Stores up to 100 measurements per parameter
Accutrend® Plus Meter
The Accutrend Plus from Roche is a flexible, portable device for patient-side measurement of lactate and the three
important cardiometabolic parameters: cholesterol, triglyceride and
The Accutrend Plus meter helps with the early detection of cardiometabolic risks and with the follow-up of a lipid or blood sugar reducing treatment – in a physician’s office as well as for self-measurement.
- Accutrend Plus Meter for lactate, cholesterol, glucose and triglycerides
- Ready-for use anywhere: small, mobile, handheld monitor
- Immediate results: immediate treatment recommendation possible
- Increased compliance: improved patient compliance due to rapid measurement results
- Convenient measurement of cholesterol, triglycerides, glucose and lactate from capillary blood, using well-proven test strip technology
- Automatic performance and monitor self-testing - code strips with positive strip identification and parameter recognition
- Test strips may be stored at room temperature
- Storage of up to 100 measurements per parameter with date, time and additional information
- High precision and accuracy, over the entire measurement range, for all parameters
- Large display
- Power source: 3x 1.5V batteries (no data loss when replacing batteries)
The Accutrend Plus is supplied with batteries and a user manual (German only).
Digital User Manual available for English, Spanish, Portuguese, Greek, Russian
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Frequently Asked Questions
This is entirely up to you, as both parameters are just different ways to read the same result e.g. mmol/L = millimoles per litre (molecules per litre), whereas mg/dL = milligrams per 100 millilitres (weight to ratio volume). The most commonly used parameter for reading a blood glucose measurement in the UK is mmol/L and the most commonly used parameter for reading a blood glucose measurement in Europe is mg/dL.