Diatesse XPER Glucose ketones, more convenient for you, the user

Diatesse XPER was developed entirely with you, the diabetes patient in mind. For example, the system had to be easy to use, less stressful and easier to manage. We succeeded in doing that, and then we went even further. We also wanted to develop a system that gives you more certainty about your blood glucose levels.

Diatesse XPER has, among other things, the following unique features

  • New technology: extremely accurate
  • Haematocrit range 0-70 L/L
  • Bluetooth® and USB data link
  • Strip ejection function
  • Automatic recognition of monitoring fluid
  • Enzyme used is GDH-FAD; therefore no oxygen (O2) interference
  • Accuracy of ± 10% (current standard is 15%)
  • Optional ketone measurement

Relying on your measurement results
Various tests have shown that, using the od glucose monitoring system, you achieve an accuracy of ± 10% (current standard is 15%).


Download the folder, including the test results.


Diatesse XPER incorporates advanced technologies by integrating various disciplines during the development process:

  • Biosensor technology
  • Biomedical sciences
  • Materials science


These technologies have contributed to the evolution in blood glucose monitoring, namely: extremely accurate measurement results.

The Diatesse XPER blood glucose monitoring system is suitable for several target groups:

  • Diabetes patients who do not need to monitor their glucose frequently. The test strips have a much longer shelf life.
  • Diabetes patients who do monitor frequently. The advanced system gives an accurate result every time.
  • It is also suitable for neonatal and dialysis patients (haematocrit range 0-70 L/L).

The starter package consists of:

  • Meter
  • Lancing device
  • User manual
  • Storage bag
  • Test strips 10 pieces
  • Lancets 10 pieces
  • Two 1.5V AAA batteries


Download the folder, including the test results.

Ketone measurement
Our body consumes more sugars when we exert ourselves. Those may also be fats.

When fats are consumed, ketones are produced. In large amounts, these ketones may acidify our blood. An elevated ketone level is known as ‘ketosis’. A sharply elevated ketone level, including the acidification, is called a ‘ketoacidosis’.

Since ketoacidosis, in combination with diabetes, can cause a diabetic coma, measuring ketones in special circumstances is strongly advised. Particularly in case of illness and/or fever and vomiting. You must also consult your health care professional!

Software that makes diabetes management clear and simple is available for the Diatesse XPER blood glucose monitoring system.

Read more

User manual + instruction animations for the Diatesse XPER are found on the Support page.

Are you not eligible for reimbursement?

Then Diatesse is available through the DA, various web shops and / or pharmacy.