Accu-Chek Softclix Lancets
Accu-Chek Softclix Lancets
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Accu-Chek Softclix Lancets

Accu-Chek Softclix Lancets are designed to provide a virtually pain-free and accurate experience. Softclix lancets are 28 gauge and considerably smaller than most medical lancets. However, this makes them easy to use for all ages. With Accu-Chek Softclix lancets, anyone can easily and comfortably perform a blood glucose test.

As opposed to the standard round shaft lancets, Softclix lancets are designed with a rectangular cross-section to provide a smoother entry. They are lightweight and durable, suitable for all ages. They are designed for use with the Accu-Chek Softclix Lancing Device. The Accu-Chek Softclix lancing device has 11 customizable depth settings to match your needs.

Instructions

  • Ensure you have the Accu-Chek Softclix lancet.
  • Remove the cap from the lancing device.
  • Insert the lancet into the lancet holder that is located on the bottom of the lancing device. Push it into the device until it clicks.
  • Twist to remove the protective covering from the lancet. This will expose the needle.
  • Place the cap back onto the lancing device. Ensure that the notch matches up with the mark on the device.
  • Set the penetration depth. You can do this by turning the dial. This can be adjusted to match any skincare type.
  • Prime the lancing device by pressing the plunger all the way down. There is a release button on the side of the lancing device. This will indicate that the device is ready to use.
  • To release the lancet, you must press the release button.
  • The same lancet cannot be used more than once so be sure to replace the lancet every time.
  • Take off the cap and press down on the ejector. This will eject the used lancet. Replace the cap once the used lancet is disposed of.

What should my blood sugar level be?

The American Diabetes Association recommends that blood glucose levels be 80-130 before meals and less than 180 about 2 hours after meals. In this range, A1c should be less than 7.

Why can’t I share my lancet if I clean it?

The CDC recommends against sharing your lancet to prevent infection.