PIXOTEST – EASY & SMART
PixoTest® is the new all-in-one, meter-free blood glucose monitoring system. The innovative colorimetric measurement technology allows the user to carry only a smartphone, a mounting clip and sufficient test units for their daily use. The PixoHealth App assists the user through the measurement process, and the blood glucose readings are available at any time through the app or from the Cloud.
The PixoTest® Glucose Test Strip with Integrated Lancet Cartridge consists of a single use reagent membrane and a sterile, single-use lancet. The PixoTest® Blood Glucose Monitoring test method uses smartphone technology in conjunction with the PixoTest® Glucose to measure blood glucose. The system is able to store and recall measurement records, the capacity of which depends on the memory space available on the user’s smartphone.
After using your smartphone to measure your blood glucose level, your measurements are directly saved via the PixoHealth app. The app logs readings automatically and provides digital logbooks and charts to review the trends of test results. Using the PixoHealth app allows you to measure, store and monitor your blood glucose level conveniently and quickly.
Measurements with your smartphone
Simply attach the PixoTest ® Unit to your smartphone, launch the app and start measuring your blood glucose levels. Test results will be logged automatically on your smartphone.
Test results and further information can be reviewed via the digital logbook. The app allows you to tag the time when you took the measurement, e.g., “After breakfast” (After meal), “Before lunch” (Before meal) or “Before bed”.
View the trends for specific time periods, including morning, lunch, dinner and before and after meals, for better diabetes management.
You can understand how well your blood glucose level is adjusted by reviewing the percentage of Normal, High and Low results.
After a simple registration process, you can view your data through the app or on your personal portal on the iXensor website.
40–500 mg/dL (2.2–27.8 mmol/L). Screen will display “Hi” when the results are above 500 mg/dL, “Lo” when the results are less than 40 mg/dL
below 90% relative humidity (noncondensing)
Capillary whole blood, at least 2 μL
Standard Card, Control Solution: (2 levels)
2 years. (Do not use the PixoTest Test Strip past the expiration date.)
To demonstrate the accuracy of our device, here are the results from clinical studies:
Comparison against capillary whole blood by using YSI as reference. A trained technician performed the testing. By collection of 100 subjects with glucose concentration from 41 – 441 mg/dL, the total accuracy is 98.17%.
System accuracy results for glucose concentration < 100 mg/dL
System accuracy results for glucose concentration ≥100 mg/dL
System accuracy results for glucose concentrations between 41 mg/dL – 441 mg/dL
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Diabetes is a chronic condition. The term describes a group of metabolic diseases in which individuals have high blood glucose (blood sugar), either because insulin production is inadequate, because the body’s cells do not respond properly to insulin, or both.
Insulin allows blood cells to absorb glucose from the food we eat so it can be transformed into energy. The following symptoms are typical of diabetes, but can often go unnoticed.
Symptome bei Diabetes:
If you experience some of the symptoms of diabetes, schedule an appointment with your doctor. Early treatment can decrease the risk of complications, such as skin infections, eye problems or diabetic neuropathy.
Pre-diabetes describes the condition where blood sugar is higher than normal. If blood sugar levels are not controlled carefully, pre-diabetes will develop into type 2 diabetes within 10 years. It is possible to restore blood glucose concentration to normal by leading a healthy lifestyle by taking frequent exercise, maintaining a healthy weight, and eating healthy food.
Type 1 Diabetes:
Type 1 Diabetes is also known as insulin-dependent diabetes, and represents around 10 % of all diabetes patients. In Type 1 Diabetes, the pancreas produces limited or no insulin, and patients need to inject themselves with insulin to control their blood sugar. Type 1 Diabetes can occur at any age and is most commonly diagnosed under the age of 20.
Type 2 Diabetes:
In Type 2 Diabetes, the pancreas does not produce enough insulin or the insulin does not work as effectively as it used to. Type 2 diabetes accounts for about 90 % of all diabetes cases. It mostly occurs in adults who are over the age of 40 and overweight. Type 2 diabetes can be controlled through healthy diet, decreasing weight, exercising, taking an insulin pill or injecting insulin.
Pregnant women are diagnosed with gestational diabetes when their blood glucose concentration is higher than normal. By controlling weight and consuming a healthy diet, pregnant women can lower their chance of developing gestational diabetes and keep their blood sugar at a safe level.
To perform a test, download the PixoHealth app through the Apple Store or Google Play, open the app and follow the instructions in the user guide.
Yes, every user has to log in to his own personal PixoHealth app account.
When you remove the device from the packaging, please ensure that the lancet device is at the top of the device and the white circle sample collector is facing up.
Twist off the protective cap. Place your finger on the top and press firmly. You will then feel a slight prick.
No, it is for one-time use only.
Only the PixoTest® Test Unit will work with PixoHealth app.
Yes. After registering for the PixoHealth app, your personal data and measurements will be saved in the app and sync to your account on the web portal.
Yes, the PixoTest® system needs calibrating when you use it for the first time. Please take out the standard card included in each pack and follow the instructions in the app to perform a calibration test.
Currently PixoTest® system is compatible with iPhone 5S, 6, 6 plus and Samsung S6. The PixoTest® system is not validated to work with any tablets, and you can find latest compatible smartphone information at www.ixensor.com.