Accu-Chek Active Glucometer Test Strips Box Of 50
- Accu-Chek Active blood glucose test strips can help you with your blood sugar monitoring.
- These strips can be of help to both Type 1 Diabetes as well as Type 2 Diabetes patients.
- These are some of the best glucometer strips in the market and they can measure the amount of glucose in capillary blood.
- The results are 100% accurate.
- No prescription is required to purchase Accu-Chek Active blood glucose test strips.
The blood sugar levels in your body can be easily checked with Accu-Chek Active Strips. These are tested for accuracy, are easy to use daily and no manual coding is required. You can simply insert a test strip, collect a small blood sample on it, allow it to get absorbed and read your blood glucose result from the display. Accu-Chek Glucometer Test Strips can be used by patients suffering from Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.
You must not use the Accu-Chek Instant Glucometer Strips beyond the expiry date given on the pack. Accu-Chek Active allows you to double-check and verify the displayed result after your test.
Product Specifications and Features
- There are 50 test strips in every box.
- Each must be used once and then disposed of.
- The results are displayed in about 5 seconds.
- Accu-Chek Active blood glucose test strips can be used in both professional (clinics) and home settings.
- Only one droplet of blood is required.
- You can trust Accu-Chek Strips to provide accurate results. It ensures that each product meets the mandated ISO accuracy standards.
- You can measure the glucose level in capillary blood by using an advanced technology called the reflectance photometry method.
- It is designed in a very careful way, the test strips are well protected, which makes it easy to handle.
- The test strips are effective and rapidly absorb the blood sample to give you a reading in seconds.
- Accu-Chek instant strips can be used daily. Hence, you can monitor your blood sugar levels.
- You can keep track of your blood sugar levels for a better understanding of your health conditions.
How to Use
- First, take one test strip and insert it into the Glucometer.
- Gently prick the tip of your finger with the Accu-Chek lancets.
- Collect the blood sample on the test strip.
- Read your results.
- Store the box away from direct sunlight in a cool and dry place (4-30 degrees celsius).
- Close the box properly after taking a strip out.
- Do not store the box of strips or use any of the strips if they are past their use-by date.
- Keep it out of the reach of children.
- Wash and sanitize your hands before using them. If you don’t, you could contaminate the box and even give yourself an infection.
Q1: Will I have to discard the Accu-Chek Active Strip after use?
Ans: Yes, you must use a fresh new test strip every time for accurate results.
Q2: Will I be able to delete the stored results?
Ans: No, it is not possible to delete the stored results.
Q3: How long does the Accu-Chek battery last when paired with a smartphone?
Ans: It depends on the connectivity of the meter enabled. The battery usually lasts for 750 tests. Normal testing without connectivity should produce approximately 1,000 test results.
Q4: What is the Last Result feature?
Ans: The Last Result feature allows you to check both your current BG result along with the time and date of the most recent BG result (within 24 hours).
Q5: What is a normal glucometer reading?
Ans: The American Diabetes Association says that blood glucose levels in diabetic patients should be between 80-130 mg/dL (fasting) or lower than 180 mg/dL (post-prandial).
Q6: How do blood glucose monitors work?
Ans: The lance is used to prick the skin at the tip of the forefinger. The droplet is then collected on the test strip which quickly absorbs the blood. The reflective photometry method then analyses the sample and reveals the level of glucose in your blood.
Q7: How often should you test your blood glucose with a glucometer?
Ans: This depends on how high your blood sugar is and the type of diabetes you have been diagnosed with. Speak with your doctor to find out how many times you should test yourself.