When used with a blood glucose monitor, it provides a reliable and convenient self-testing technique. Simply prick your finger and place a drop or two on the test strip to determine the level of glucose in your blood. It allows you to receive rapid and accurate results in the privacy of your own home. It may be utilised in both professional and personal settings (at clinics and at home).
Specifications and Features of the Product:
Accuracy: Accu-Chek Active strips let you keep track of your diabetes on a frequent basis. It also meets the accuracy requirements of ISO 15197:2013.
Ingenious functionality: The Accu-Chek Active strip is a product that is simple to use. The blood travels over the strip and is absorbed by it automatically. After that, the system generates a quick and accurate result.
Easy-to-handle: The test strip is protected by a transparent protective barrier that spans the length of the strip, making it simple to use.
1-2 litres of blood
Accu-Chek Active allows you to visually double-check the presented result to guarantee accurate blood glucose measurement.
Dosing outside of the metre: test strip: approx. 08 seconds
Accu-Chek Active Test Strips' main uses/benefits include:
Reflectance photometry technology aids in the determination of glucose in fresh capillary blood.
Gives you information on how your therapy impacts your blood glucose level.
Allows you to test your blood glucose more regularly, allowing you to keep your diabetes under control.
Only a smidgeon of blood is needed for the test.
Allows you to keep track of your glucose levels at any time and from anywhere.
Can be used to keep track of your sugar levels at home on a regular basis.
In the metre, place the test strip. Prick the finger with the lancet to get a drop of blood. Place a drop of blood on the test strip and wait a few seconds for the result to appear.
Information about storage and safety:
Keep out of children's reach.
Avoid causing any physical harm.
Store in a cool, dry location.
When you start using a fresh package of test strips, calibrate your metre.
Check to see if the strips have passed their expiration date.
Before testing, make sure your hands are clean and dry.
When taking a blood sample, do not squeeze your finger.