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Measurement with mylife Unio

High measurement convenience

Removing the test strip

Removing the test strip

Take the large and solid test strip out of its vial and close the box again.

Inserting test strip

Inserting test strip

The device switches on automatically and recognizes the strip code (Autocoding).

Extracting blood

Extracting blood

Simple pressure on the finger, precise and almost painless thanks to the steady pressure caused by the automatic load and release function.

Applying blood

Applying blood

Apply the blood from above onto the test strip. The channel sucks up the blood sample while the blood sample window on the test strip shows the filling level.

Reading the measurement

Reading the measurement

Read the measurement on the LCD display and set markers.

Test strip removal without blood contact

Test strip removal without blood contact

Remove the strip and dispose.

The evaluation of user-friendliness was conducted by 85 users following a two-week test phase with mylife Unio. The users were satisfied with the user-friendliness of mylife Unio and gave it a positive assessment all round. People with diabetes assess mylife Unio as being user-friendly and easy to operate.¹

Measurement straight from mylife SmartCase

Easy and discreet in any situation

With its innovative "On the go" concept, mylife Unio goes a step further. You will experience fast and discreet measurements straight from the mylife SmartCase, which is available as an accessory. The individual components do not need to be removed and laid out to measure the blood glucose level.

It’s so easy to perform a check with the mylife SmartCase that it can be done on the go. The convenient and compact mylife Unio is by your side all day long and you can be assured of absolute discretion – no matter where you happen to be.

  • Compact integration of all components
  • Discreet appearance without attracting attention
  • Spare lancets compartment
  • Easy disposal of used test strips

1 SKUP Scandinavian evaluation of laboratory equipment for primary health care. Report from the evaluation SKUP/2013/100, www.skup.nu.