The Accu-Chek LinkAssist insertion device is specifically designed for use with the Accu-Chek FlexLink infusion set, and helps ensure a more successful, virtually pain-free insertion1
1. Liebl A, Klinge A, Buhr. Clinical benefits of automatic insertion of infusion sets in CSII. Presented at: 26th Workshop of the Study Group on Artificial Insulin Delivery, Pancreas and Islet Transplantation (AIDPIT) of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) and 1st European Diabetes Technology and Transplantation Meeting; Feb. 4-6, 2007; Montpellier, France.
90 x 79 x 28 mm (when ready for insertion)
Accu-Chek FlexLink with blue holder cap
How to use the Accu-Chek LinkAssist insertion device
Please refer to the instructions for use of the Accu-Chek Flexlink infusion set and Accu-Chek LinkAssist insertion device for warnings, precautions and more detailed information.
Please wash your hands before use. Choose a site away from waistline, bones, scar tissue, belly button and recent insertion sites. Prepare site according to the instructions from your health care professional. Allow the insertion site to dry before the cannula is inserted.
*How to prime the tubing set: Screw the luer-lock tightly into the insulin pump adapter. Prime the Accu-Chek FlexLink infusion set according to the insulin pump manufacturer’s operating instructions until the insulin emerges at the tip of the connector needle. Do not leave air bubbles in either the cartridge or the tubing.
For more information on how to use the infusion set and insulin pump, please refer to your Accu-Chek LinkAssist insertion device and the Accu-Chek FlexLink infusion set training chart.