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How to use the Accu-Chek Softclix lancing device

Description

The Accu-Chek Softclix lancing device is small and easy to use, with one-handed priming. Watch this video to learn how to use it.

Accu-Chek Softclix

Item Description

The Accu-Chek Softclix lancing device uses a rotatable cap offering 11 fixed depth settings for different skin types. Thanks to Clixmotion® technology which minimizes any painful side-to-side motion of the lancet, sampling is fast and almost painless in 9 out of 10 patients. 1 2

 

 

1 Kocher S, Tshiananga JK, Koubek R. Comparison of lancing devices for self-monitoring of blood glucose regarding lancing pain. J. Diabetes Sci Technol 2009; 3: 1136-43
2 Lekarcyk J, Ghiloni S. Analysis of the comparison of lancing devices for self-monitoring of blood glucose regarding lancing pain. J. Diabetes Sci Technol 2009; 3: 1144-45

 
Product Manuals

COMFORT

11 penetration depth settings

PENETRATION

0.5 to 5.5 mm

SAFETY

Precise lancing, less risk of skin damage

NEEDLE WIDTH

0.4 mm

WEIGHT

21 g

Penetration Depth:

11 fixed-depth options, set with the rotatable cap

Penetration Range:

0.5 to 5.5 mm

Lancing Technology:

Clixmotion Technology

Weight:

21 g

Needle Diameter:

0.4 mm

Gauge:

28

Coating:

Silicon

How to use the Accu-Chek Softclix lancing device

The Accu-Chek Softclix lancing device is small and easy to use, with one-hand priming and lancing.

  • Pull off the cap. Insert a new lancet into the lancet holder and push it in until it clicks.
  • Twist and remove the protective cap to expose the needle.
  • Press the cap on again until it clicks.
  • Rotate the cap until the desired penetration depth is set.
  • Press the priming button down until it clicks.
  • Press the lancing device firmly against the side of the fingertip.
  • Press the yellow release button.
  • After measuring your blood glucose, pull off the cap and slide the ejector forwards to remove the lancet.

 

Always use a new lancet when you obtain blood. In doing this, you reduce the risk of infection, and obtaining blood remains virtually pain free.

The lancing device is for single patient use only and should not be shared.