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Getting to know your system 1, Setting up your meter 4. Testing your blood glucose 8, Attaching flags or comments to your results 16. Reviewing past results and averages 18, Control solution testing 20. Caring for your system 22, 8 Troubleshooting and, detailed information about your system 24. Symbols As your partner in diabetes care we offer, valuable diabetes related knowledge tools.
Cautions and Warnings Refer to safety related notes in this User Guide and special offers online. and inserts that came with your meter and testing supplies www OneTouchDiabetes com. www OneTouchEnEspanol com, Low battery Should you need additional assistance we. welcome you to contact us, Direct current 7 days a week 8 a m 10 p m Eastern Time. 1 800 227 8862 English, 1 800 381 7226 Espa ol, For assistance outside of these hours please. contact your healthcare professional, Manufactured By. LifeScan Europe, The system described herein is covered by one or more of the following U S Division of Cilag GmbH.
patents 5 708 247 5 951 836 6 241 862 6 284 125 7 112 265 D522 656 Version G. International, and D542 681 Use of the monitoring device included herein is protected 6300 Zug. under one or more of the following U S patents 6 413 410 6 733 655. Switzerland, 7 250 105 7 468 125 Purchase of this device does not act to grant a use. license under these patents Such a license is granted only when the device. is used with OneTouch Ultra Test Strips No test strip supplier other. than LifeScan is authorized to grant such a license The accuracy of results. generated with LifeScan meters using test strips manufactured by anyone. other than LifeScan has not been evaluated by LifeScan 2009 LifeScan Inc. Before you begin, Before using this product to test your blood glucose carefully read this User Guide and the inserts that come with the OneTouch Ultra. Test Strips and OneTouch Ultra Control Solution Take note of warnings and cautions throughout this User Guide which are identified. with Many people find it helpful to practice the test with control solution before testing with blood for the first time See Section 6. Control solution testing, Intended use, The OneTouch Ultra 2 Blood Glucose Monitoring System is intended to be used for the quantitative measurement of glucose sugar in. fresh capillary whole blood The OneTouch Ultra 2 System is intended for use outside the body in vitro diagnostic use by people with. diabetes at home and by health care professionals in a clinical setting as an aid to monitor the effectiveness of diabetes control It should. not be used for the diagnosis of diabetes or for testing newborns. Test principle, Glucose in the blood sample mixes with special chemicals in the test strip and a small electric current is produced The strength of this.
current changes with the amount of glucose in the blood sample Your meter measures the current calculates your blood glucose level. displays the result and stores it in its memory, NOTE If you have any questions about your OneTouch Ultra 2 Blood Glucose Monitoring System contact LifeScan Customer Service at. 1 800 227 8862 7 days a week 8 a m 10 p m Eastern Time. Getting to know your system, The OneTouch Ultra 2 Blood Glucose Monitoring System. INCLUDED WITH YOUR KIT, a OneTouch Ultra 2 Meter batteries included. b Lancing Device, If another type of lancing device was included see the separate. instructions that came with that lancing device, c Sterile Lancet.
d Carrying Case a, If any of these items are missing from your kit contact. LifeScan Customer Service at 1 800 227 8862 b, 7 days a week 8 a m 10 p m Eastern Time. AVAILABLE SEPARATELY, e Clear Cap e Ask for control solution where you. f OneTouch Ultra Test Strips g obtain your test strips. g OneTouch Ultra Control Solution f, WARNING Keep the meter and testing supplies away from young children Small items such as the battery door. batteries test strips lancets protective covers on the lancets and control solution vial cap are choking hazards. GETTING TO KNOW YOUR SYSTEM, Getting to know your system.
METER TEST STRIP, Display Insert test strip here to. turn meter on for testing Edge to, apply sample, Confirmation. mg dL is the pre set, unit of measure, Indicates selection available Contact bars. using up or down button Insert into test port, Up and down buttons. OK button Select or change information, Turns the meter on off.
Turns the backlight on off, Confirms menu selections. GETTING TO KNOW YOUR SYSTEM, Turning your meter on. To perform a test insert a test strip as far as it will go The meter will briefly perform system checks then the display will. With the meter turned off press and hold for two seconds. to access MAIN MENU Check that the screen shows solid black CAUTION If you see any light areas within the black. for two seconds If it does the display is working properly If start up screen there may be a problem with the meter. the meter does not power on try changing the meter battery Contact LifeScan Customer Service at 1 800 227 8862. See Replacing the batteries in Section 7 7 days a week 8 a m 10 p m Eastern Time. Using the meter display backlight, When the meter is already on press and hold for two seconds to turn the backlight on or off. Turning your meter off, There are several ways to turn your meter off. Press and hold for five seconds, Your meter will turn off by itself if left alone for two minutes.
Go to MAIN MENU and press or to highlight METER OFF then press. Before or after completing a test remove the test strip If you advance from the test result screen to the MAIN MENU by. pressing removing the test strip will not turn the meter off Use one of the three methods above. GETTING TO KNOW YOUR SYSTEM, 2 Setting up your meter. Setting the meter language date and time, You can change many of the settings that came pre set with your meter Before using your meter for the first time or if you change the meter. battery you should check and update these settings Make sure you complete steps 1 through 8 below to ensure your desired settings are saved. Turn the meter on, With the meter turned off press and hold for two seconds to access MAIN MENU. Get to the LANGUAGE screen, When using the meter for the first time or after changing the meter battery you will automatically. start in the LANGUAGE screen, In other cases from the MAIN MENU press or to select SET UP and press.
Then press or to select METER SETTINGS and press, Choose a language. Now press or to highlight the language of your choice and press. NOTE If you select the wrong language press and hold for five seconds to turn the meter off. Then turn the meter back on and re start from step 1. Set the date format, Press or to highlight the date format choose month first MM DD YYYY or day first. DD MM YYYY To confirm your selection press, SETTING UP YOUR METER. Set the date, In the DATE SET UP screen press or to change the first value and press. Press or to change the second value and press, Press or to change the year and press.
Set the time format, Press or to select the time format you prefer AM PM or 24 HR and press. Set the time, Press or to set the hour and press Press or to set the minutes and press. If you selected the AM PM time format press or to select AM or PM To confirm your selection. 8 Confirm your settings, The choice YES will be highlighted at the bottom of the screen If your settings are correct press to. confirm and save the settings and return to the MAIN MENU. WARNING The unit of measure mg dL must be displayed here If your display shows mmol L rather than mg dL. contact LifeScan Customer Service at 1 800 227 8862 7 days a week 8 a m 10 p m Eastern Time You cannot change. the unit of measure Use of the wrong unit of measure may cause you to misinterpret your blood glucose level and may. lead to incorrect treatment, SETTING UP YOUR METER. Turning the flags comments feature off or on, Your OneTouch Ultra 2 Meter allows you to attach optional notes to any blood glucose test result See Section 4 Attaching flags or comments.
to your results for the types of meal flags and comments you can attach to a result and the reasons for using this feature. If you do not wish to track separate result averages for before and after meals nor attach comments to any test result you may turn this. feature off If you turn off the flags comments feature you will not see on the test result screen after you complete a blood glucose. test You will be able to review the ALL RESULTS AVG screen but not before or after meal averages See Section 5 Reviewing past results. and averages for more information about result averages. To turn the flags comments feature off or on, 1 From MAIN MENU press or to select SET UP and press. 2 From the SET UP screen select FLAGS COMMENTS and press. 3 Press or to highlight your response, Select YES if you wish to change the setting or NO if you wish to leave it as it is. Press to confirm your selection and return to MAIN MENU. If you want to cancel your settings and start the settings process over again press or to highlight NO and press You will be. returned to the LANGUAGE screen Note that none of the settings you entered will be saved. Coding your meter, Check the code on the test strip vial before inserting the test strip. Code numbers are used to calibrate your meter with the test strips you are using. SETTING UP YOUR METER, 2 Insert a test strip to turn on the meter. Remove a test strip from its vial With clean dry hands you may touch the test strip anywhere on. its surface Do Not bend cut or modify the test strips in any way Use each test strip immediately. after removing it from the vial Insert the test strip into the test port as shown with the three. contact bars facing you Push the test strip in as far as it will go. After the black start up screen appears the meter will display the code from your last. test If a flashing appears instead of a code number such as when you are first. using the meter follow the instructions in step 3 to change to a numerical code. 3 Match the code on the meter with the code on the test strip vial. If the code on the meter does not match the code on the test strip vial press or to match. the code number on the test strip vial The new code number will flash on the display for three. seconds then briefly stop flashing after which the display will advance to the APPLY BLOOD. If the codes already match press to go to the APPLY BLOOD screen When you do not. make a change after five seconds the display will advance to the APPLY BLOOD screen. The meter is now ready to perform a blood glucose test. If the APPLY BLOOD screen appears before you are sure the codes match remove the test strip and re start from step 1. If you change APPLY BLOOD to APPLY CONTROL by mistake press to change it back to APPLY BLOOD. CAUTION Matching the code on the meter and the code on the test strip vial is essential to obtaining accurate. results Each time you test check to make sure the code numbers match. SETTING UP YOUR METER, 3 Testing your blood glucose.
Testing with a fingertip sample, Preparing for a test. Have these things ready when you test, OneTouch Ultra 2 Meter. OneTouch Ultra Test Strips, Lancing device, Sterile lancets. Use only OneTouch Ultra Test Strips, Make sure your meter and test strips are about the same temperature before you test. Testing must be done within the operating temperature range 43 111 F For the most accurate results try to test as close to room. temperature 68 77 F as you can see Detailed information about your system in Section 8. Tightly close the cap on the vial immediately after use to avoid contamination and damage. Store unused test strips only in their original vial. Do Not open the test strip vial until you are ready to remove a test strip and perform a test Use the test strip immediately after removing. it from the vial, Do Not return the used test strip to the vial after performing a test.
Do Not re use a test strip that had blood or control solution applied to it Test strips are for single use only. Write the discard date 6 months after first opening the vial on the vial label when you first open it. Do Not use your test strips if your vial is damaged or left open to air This could lead to error messages or inaccurate results. Contact LifeScan Customer Service at 1 800 227 8862 7 days a week 8 a m 10 p m Eastern Time immediately if the test strip. vial is damaged, If you cannot test due to a problem with your testing supplies contact your health care professional Failure to test could delay. treatment decisions and lead to a serious medical condition. The test strip vial contains drying agents that are harmful if inhaled or swallowed and may cause skin or eye irritation. Do Not use test strips after the expiration date printed on the vial or the discard date whichever comes first or your results may. be inaccurate, for alternate site sampling See Testing with a. forearm or palm sample in Section 3, Cocking control Release button. LANCING DEVICE Depth indicator, Protective cover, Lancing device cap. for fingertip sampling, Sterile lancet, Lancet point.
If the lancing device shown here is not included with your kit see the user instructions for that lancing device. TESTING YOUR BLOOD GLUCOSE, CAUTION To reduce the chance of infection. Never share a lancet or a lancing device with anyone. Control solution testing Intended use The OneTouch Ultra 2 Blood Glucose Monitoring System is intended to be used for the quantitative measurement of glucose sugar in fresh capillary whole blood The OneTouch Ultra 2 System is intended for use outside the body in vitro diagnostic use by people with diabetes at home and by health care professionals in a clinical setting as an aid

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