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Coding Your Keto-Mojo Blood Ketone Strips to Your Meter

Published: June 30, 2018
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Coding Your Keto-Mojo Blood Ketone Strips to Your Meter

It is very important when you receive your meter or new ketone strips that you calibrate it using the code key. The code key comes in your bag inside the mesh pocket and to code it, quite simply, you place the code key into the meter like that. It’ll show CH for checking and then it will show the same code, 750, that you have on the vial of your strips. In every single box you will also find a code key. And it’s generally you will find it hidden and tucked to the side of your actual vial in the box itself. Let’s get that out and take a look for you, there it is, and this one we will see that this one is 794. The code key imparts the linearity of the enzymatic batch. This is our way of telling your meter the electrical resistancy of that enzyme batch which is the reactive agent for measuring ketones.

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