Prodigy Diabetes Care, LLC (formerly Diagnostic Devices, Inc.)9300 Harris Corners Parkway, Suite 450
Charlotte, North Carolina 28269
Telephone: 800-366-5901 or 704.285.6400.
Products manufactured by Prodigy Diabetes Care, LLC (formerly Diagnostic Devices, Inc.) (listed alphabetically)
PRODIGY AUTOCODE TALKING BLOOD GLUCOSE MONITORING SYSTEM
The Prodigy Autocode Blood Glucose Monitoring System is a voice output glucose analyzer designed for use by individuals with diabetes who are blind or have low vision. This system provides blood glucose test results and verbal prompts in either English or Spanish. Glucose test results are provided using as little as 0.6 microliters of blood, which can be taken from the arms, thighs, or hands, as well as the fingertips. Along with voice output, this analyzer also has a large liquid crystal display (LCD) visual display. Results are identified as low (less than 70 mg/dl), normal (70 to 120 mg/dl), or high (over 120 mg/dl), and a ketone warning is given for results over 240 mg/dl. Up to 450 measurement results can be stored in memory with date and time, and dowloaded to a personal computer to help in tracking changes in glucose level over time. Data is retained during battery replacement. An averaging function can give average test results for 7, 14, 21, 28, 60, or 90 days. Other features include auto system function check, auto ambient temperature compensation, a delete memory function, auto turn-off after three minutes of inactivity, and auto low power indication. POWER: Uses two triple-A alkaline batteries. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 45 x 16 x 75 millimeters. The LCD display measures 44.5 x 34.5 millimeters. WEIGHT: 48.5 grams.
The Prodigy Count-A-Dose is a syringe filling device designed for use by individuals with diabetes who are blind or have low vision. This product consists of two parts: a rectangular base into which the user places a syringe and a T-shaped bar that holds one or two vials of insulin. The user secures a syringe in the rectangular base with the plunger pushed completely in the syringe. Then the T-bar with the vial(s) is fastened to the base so that the needle is inserted into a vial. The user then rotates a dial on the base to withdraw the plunger, drawing insulin into the syringe. The dial make a single click for each unit of insulin drawn, and it can measure up to 50 units. The dial is marked with raised plus and minus signs to indicate which way to movie it to increase or decrease the dosage. The unit uses a B-D Lo-dose half cc insulin syringe. The unit is lightweight and portable.
PRODIGY POCKET BLOOD GLUCOSE METER
The Prodigy Pocket Blood Glucose Meter is a glucose analyzer designed for use by individuals with diabetes. This compact meter requires only a small sample of blood with no coding. Samples can be taken from the palms, forearms, upper arms, thighs, or calves. The user inserts the test strip to begin testing. Results are displayed on a liquid crystal display (LCD) screen, with one button for navigation. The unit stores up to 120 test results with time and date and gives 7-, 14-, and 28-day averages. The unit has a USB port for downloading results to a computer (cable not included). COLOR: Green, blue, pink, or black.
PRODIGY VOICE BLOOD GLUCOSE METER
The Prodigy Voice Blood Glucose Meter is a voice output glucose analyzer designed for use by individuals with diabetes who are blind or have low vision. This blood glucose monitoring system has totally audible step-by-step setups that talk the user through all meter settings, such as time-and-date and glucose unit of measurement. No coding is required. The user inserts the test strip into the test strip port on the top of the meter, and the unit automatically turns on and talks the user through the testing steps. Results are presented in seven seconds. Buttons can be located through tactile features and identified through raised imprints. A Repeat button allows the user to repeat the last message or test result. The unit can store up to 450 test results with date-and-time, and audibly gives 7-, 14-, 21-, 30-, 60-, and 90-day averages. Test results can be downloaded to a computer. The unit allows the user to test from the palms, forearms, upper arms, thighs, and calves. The unit requires only a tiny drop of blood, which allows use of extra-fine gauge lancets.