Accu-Chek Softclix Lancing Device
The Accu-Chek Softclix uses an extremely precise motion and a fine
The Accu-Chek Softclix lancing device is small and easy to use, with one-handed priming. Watch this video to learn how to set up the device, and get helpful tips for using it.
The Accu-Chek Softclix lancing device can help make lancing easy. Its rotatable cap offers 11 fixed depth settings for different skin types. Clixmotion technology minimizes any painful side-to-side motion of the lancet, which is why this lancing device is virtually pain-free to use.
Features & Benefits:
- Easy to use
- Fast lancing for convenient use
- Personalized penetration depth settings
- Virtually pain-free lancing Safe
- Clixmotion technology helps minimize skin damage
- Clixmotion technology controls the lancet’s movement
- Less side-to-side motion of the lancet means less skin damage
- Turn the rotatable cap for 11 penetration depth settings for different skin types
- The Accu-Chek Softclix lancets are precisely manufactured for precise entry
How To Use:
The Accu-Chek Softclix lancing device is small and easy to operate, with one-hand priming and lancing.1. Pull off the cap. Insert a new lancet into the lancet holder and push it in until it clicks.2. Press the cap on again until it clicks.3. Rotate the cap until the desired penetration depth is set.4. Press the priming button down until it clicks.4. Press the lancing device firmly against the side of the fingertip.5. Press the yellow release button.6. After measuring your blood glucose, pull off the cap and slide the ejector forwards to remove the lancet.
Specification :Penetration Depth : 11 fixed-depth options, set with the rotatable cap Lancing Technology : Clixmotion Technology Alternative Site Testing : AST cap provided Needle Width : 0.4mm Gauge : 28 Caution :Keep out of reach of children. The Accu-Chek Softclix lancing device is intended for use by a single person and is not suitable for testing different persons with the same device as this may lead to infections.How do I run a blood sugar check on a non-fingertip site with the Accu-Chek Softclix lancing device?The Accu-Chek Softclix and Accu-Chek Softclix Plus lancing devices have a special clear plastic cap designed for testing on other areas of the body.1 Note: Do not use the clear cap when testing at the fingertip.Follow the steps for fingertip testing, with a few differences :1. Use the clear cap.2. You may need a deeper setting. Try 3 for palm testing or 5-1/2 for forearm or upper arm testing. (These are suggested settings; yours may differ.)3. Press the opening of the gray cap firmly against a fleshy area of the non-fingertip site. Press the lancing device up and down in a slow pumping motion to assist the flow of blood.4. Keep steady pressure on the area, then press and release the plunger. Do not be afraid to apply pressure to the area with the lancing device to assist the flow of blood. Continue to press the cap against the site for a few seconds to allow blood to come to the surface.Can I use an Accu-Chek Softclix lancet more than once?We strongly recommend the use of a new, sterile lancet every time you test. The tip of a new needle is sharp and precisely formed to ensure gentle lancing, but the tip can become dull or bent if used more than once. What’s more, a new lancet is sterile and hygienic.How does the Accu-Chek Softclix lancing device help reduce pain?Accu-Chek lancing devices all use technology that minimizes side-to-side motion for less skin tearing. Plus, the way our beveled lancets are precisely designed and manufactured allows for smoother entry. Finally, each device offers 11 customizable depth settings to help match your skin type and help eliminate blood glucose testing pain.Which Comfort Dial setting should I use with the Accu-Chek Softclix lancing device?Your most comfortable setting will depend on a few things :1. Whether you’re using a fingertip or alternate site.2. Your skin type. Softer, thinner skin requires a shallower setting than thicker skin.3. The required blood sample. The more blood you require, the higher the setting you’ll need.Start with a low setting when using the device for the first time. Dial to a higher setting until blood volume is right. For alternate sites, try 3 for palm testing or 5-1/2 for forearm or upper arm testing. (These are suggested settings, yours may differ.)