Item No. 0367909

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One Touch Verio Meter


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Easy to use, the OneTouch Verio System features a color-coded range indicator that shows whether a test result is within, below or above the range limits set in the meter without the need to scroll or push buttons. It also looks for signs of progress and provides positive reinforcement with Progress Notes, which inform patients about the progress they are making in managing their diabetes and how often their blood glucose results are in range. 

Features & Benefits:

  • Helps patients better understand their results without any extra work 
  • A color-coded range indicator gives low, high, and in-range results
  • A green dot when results are in range. A blue dot when results are below range. A red dot when results are above range.
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Height 6.38 inches
Width 3.82 inches
Depth 2.99 inches
Product Weight .86 lb
PackageHeight 2.99" inches
PackageWidth 3.82" inches
PackageDepth 6.38" inches
Unit Price $19.99 per EACH (on regular retail)
Available Online
Package Count 1
Depth 2.99
Width 3.82
Height 6.38
Product Weight .86
Product Weight UOM lb
Container Type Box
Material/Finish Plastic
Model OneTouch Verio
Indications For the quantitative measurement of glucose in capillary whole blood.
Country of Manufacture China

‌Detailed information about your system can be found in the OneTouch Verio Blood Glucose Monitoring System Owner's Booklet


This meter and lancing device are for single patient useonly. Do Not share them with anyone else, including family members! Do Not use on multiple patients!  After use and exposure to blood, all parts of this kit are considered biohazardous. A used kit may potentially transmit infectious diseases even after you have performed cleaning and disinfection. For more information see: FDA Public Health Notification: “Use of Fingerstick Devices on More than One Person Poses Risk for Transmitting Bloodborne Pathogens: Initial Communication" (2010) CDC Clinical Reminder: “Use of Fingerstick Devices on More than One Person Poses Risk for Transmitting  Bloodborne Pathogens” (2010)