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The lancet drum may be disposed of in a sharps container. If the Accu-Chek FastClix lancing device or drum is dropped on a hard surface, the lancets may stick out slightly from the drum and could cause injury. If you drop a drum, always pick it up at the red-striped end and dispose in a sharps container. Find out more about how to deal with sharps responsibly.
Visit the video page and watch the 1-Click Lancing video to see how to set up, load and use the Accu-Chek FastClix lancing device. When you insert a new drum, a 6 appears in the white lancet counter, indicating that there are 6 lancets remaining. A new lancet can be chosen by pushing the lancet lever back and forth.
Visit the video page and watch the 1-Click Lancing video to see how to set up, load and use the Accu-Chek FastClix lancing device. To change the drum, remove the black cap from the device by pulling it straight off. Insert a new drum—white end first—until it clicks into place. Replace the cap on the lancing device. The first lancet is ready to use.
Your Accu-Chek FastClix lancing device uses the Accu-Chek FastClix lancet drum. It contains 6 preloaded lancets, so there are no individual lancets to see or handle.
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.
Lancets should be placed and disposed of in an approved sharps container, in accordance with your local regulations. Find out more about how to deal with sharps responsibly.
The Accu-Chek Softclix Plus lancing device can be used attached to or detached from the meter, including performing blood sugar checks and changing lancets.
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.
Lancets should be placed and disposed of in an approved sharps container, in accordance with your local regulations. Find out more about how to deal with sharps responsibly.
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.