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How To Use The Accu-Chek® Mobile Blood Glucose Meter System

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Watch this short video to see just how fast and easy it is to set up and use the Accu-Chek Mobile blood glucose meter, including the integrated Accu-Chek FastClix lancing device.

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Accu-Chek Mobile

Item Description

Its all-in-one convenience offers 50 blood glucose tests on a continuous tape and 6 lancets in a drum in the integrated lancing device. This system is the smart choice for people who are on the go and don’t want to worry about carrying and disposing of strips and lancets after each check. Just 4 simple steps make it easy to monitor your blood glucose.

Accu-Chek Mobile test cassettes are NDSS listed for insulin-requiring people with diabetes.

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METER SIZE

121 x 63 x 20 mm

MEMORY

2000 tests

CASSETTE

50 tests

TEST RESULTS

Approx. 5 seconds

INTEGRATED LANCING DEVICE

Accu-Chek FastClix

Benefits and Features
  • Clinically proven to help reduce HbA1c1,2
  • Use in 4 simple steps:
    1. Open cover
    2. Take blood sample
    3. Apply sample
    4. Read results and close cover 
  • 1 cassette holds 50 blood glucose tests on a continuous tape
  • There are no single test strips to handle or dispose
  • 25 languages to choose from
  • Program up to 7 alerts, reminding you to test
  • Display information guides you through the test procedure
  • 2000-test memory
  • No coding required
  • Reports 7, 14, 30, and 90 day averages
  • The Accu-Chek FastClix integrated lancing device:

 

References:

1. Maran A. et al: Use of an integrated strip-free blood glucose monitoring system increases frequency of self-monitoring and improves glycemic control: Results from the ExAct study. Journal of Clinical & Translational Endocrinology 1 (2014) 161-166.

2. Fortwaengler K, et al. Better Adherence And Glycemic Control With The Integrated Strip-free Accu-Chek Mobile System At Marginal Extra Cost - Learnings From The ExAct Study. Diabetes Technology & Therpeutics (2014) 16:[Suppl1].

*Kocher et al: Comparison of Lancing Devices for Self-Monitoring of Blood Glucose Regarding Lancing Pain. Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology. Vol 3, Issue 5, Sept 2009

Additional Specifications
Measuring time:

Approximately 5 seconds

Memory capacity:

Approximately 2000 measurements with time and date

Measuring conditions:

Temperature: +10° C to +40° C (+50° F to +104° F)
Temperature flagging: +8° C to +10° C or +40° C to +42° C (+46.4º F to 50º F or 104º F to 107.6 º F)

Batteries:

2 alkaline-manganese batteries (1.5 V; type AAA, LR 03, AM 4 or micro) or 2 lithium batteries (1.5 V; type AAA, FR 03, L 92), backup battery (not changeable): 3-volt lithium coin cell type CR1025

Battery life:

Approximately 500 measurements, or approximately 1 year. This could be less if settings that require more power consumption are used, e.g. if the brightness of the display is set to level 3, or the volume is set to level 4 or 5, or in acoustic mode.

Dimensions:

121 x 63 x 20 mm (L x W x H) (with lancing device)

Weight:

Approximately 129 g (with batteries, test cassette, lancing device, and lancet drum)

Storage conditions:

With battery: -10° C to +50° C (+14° F to +122° F)
Without battery: -25° C to +70° C (-13° F to +158° F)
With batteries and with test cassette: +2° C to 30° C

Humidity:

Between 15% and 85% with relative humidity during testing

Reminders:

7 individually programmable test reminders

The Accu-Chek FastClix lancing device:
  • Contains a lancet drum of six lancets
  • Lancets are advanced by rotating the advance lever
  • Virtually pain-free*

How to use the Accu-Chek Mobile blood glucose monitoring system

The Accu-Chek Mobile system allows you to test in 4 simple steps.

  1. Open the tip cover.
  2. Press the lancing device firmly against the skin and press the release button to obtain a blood drop.
  3. Apply sample to the centre of the test area.
  4. Read results and close the tip cover.

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