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Picture of GLUCOWATCH G2 BIOGRAPHER --- DISCONTINUED (Verified 06/2008). RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The GlucoWatch G2 Biographer is a blood glucose monitor designed for use by individuals with diabetes. This wristwatch-style device provides automatic noninvasive readings as frequently as every 10 minutes for up to 13 hours. Glucose readings may be obtained and recorded while the user is awake or asleep. A built-in alert system can sound an alarm if glucose readings are high, low, or likely to be low within the next 20 minutes. The device automatically creates an "electronic diary" that can store more than 8,500 readings in memory.

Notes: GlucoWatch and G2 are registered trademarks of Animas Technologies, LLC. ** The manufacturer states that this product is intended to supplement, not replace, conventional blood glucose monitoring.

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This product record was updated on June 17, 2008.

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Animas Corporation, a Johnson & Johnson company

200 Lawrence Drive
West Chester, Pennsylvania 19380
United States
Telephone: 877-937-7867 or 610-644-8990.

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