FreeStyle Precision Pro
The first* blood glucose monitoring system designed for the hospital with Triple Protection
Safeguard the integrity of your hospital’s blood glucose and ketone point-of-care testing process with the FreeStyle Precision Pro system
Real-time1 dual-band wireless communication to keep patient records up to date
Immediate patient test results, when and where you need them.
- Rapid access to test results anywhere1 in the hospital
- Streamlined workflow – no docking required
- Dual-band wireless for more connectivity options2
- Automatic upload of patient results to electronic medical records9
- Real-time data sharing1
2D barcode technology for better patient tracking
Helps improve safety, efficiency and ID tracking.
- Reads 1D and 2D barcodes enabling transition to new technology
- Camera based reader eliminates risk of laser eye contact
- 2D barcodes are easily scanned on curved patient wristbands3
- Store more information in less space with 2D barcodes4
Designed for improved accuracy and haematocrit performance
Helps enhance bedside accuracy for better patient care.
- Meets current ISO15197 standards
- Haematocrit compensation from 15% to 65% enhances accuracy
- In clinical studies, >99% of results with FreeStyle Precision Pro glucose test strips were within ±0.83 mmol/L or ±15% of laboratory reference
- Individually foil-wrapped test strips minimise the risk of exposure to pathogens
- On-meter display shows patient and operator ID confirmation
Abbott individually foil-wrapped test strips
- 5-second blood glucose test time for fast bedside results
- Protected from the air, humidity and other contaminants to ensure accurate results5,6
- Integrity - miminises the risk of exposure to pathogens
- Designed with convenient automatic calibration and expiry date check to guarantee reliable results via the individual barcode
- Quick and easy to open due to notched foil wrapper
- Individually barcoded to enable ‘Automatic Lockout’, which prevents inaccuracies that can occur due to the use of expired test strips
In hospital studies, 25.7%-57.0% of vial packaged blood glucose test strips were contaminated with bacteria, posing risk of bacterial transmission between patients7,8
* Based on leading brands–Abbott Diabetes Care, Roche Diagnostics, and Nova Biomedical
1. in a WiFi enabled facility when the meter and data management systems are properly configured
2. More connectivity options compared to single-band systems.
3. Sharman P, Bedside barcoding for the blood bank, Medical Laboratory Observer, January 2007;39:18-9.
4. Hattie M., Barcoding: Labs go 2D, Medical Laboratory Observer, September 2009 [http://www.mlo-online.com/features/2009_september/0909_bar_codes.pdf].
5. Silverman BC et al. Operationalerrors cause inaccurate glucose results. Diabetes Care 2000; 23:429–430.
6. Bamberg R et al. Effects of adverse storage conditions on performance of glucometer test strips. Clin Lab Sci 2005; 18:203–209
7. Vanhaeren S et al. Bacterial contamination of glucose test strips: Not to be neglected. AJIC 2011; 39 (7):611–613.
8. Pérez-Ayala M et al. Prevalence of bacterial contamination of glucose test strips in individual single-use packets versus multiple-use vials. J Diabetes Sci Technol. 2013; 7(4):854–862.
9. Requires integration with hospital medical records (EMR) system