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Dropping the lancing device with a lancet inserted may loosen the lancet in its holder. If that happens, the lancet will no longer be properly lodged and cannot be used to obtain blood. In rare cases, the lancet may protrude from the cap. Take great care not to touch the front of the cap.
During normal testing, any lancing device may come in contact with blood. For this reason, it is important to keep the lancing device clean and disinfected. To clean and disinfect without damaging the lancing device, follow these procedures carefully: Remove the lancet drum before cleaning and disinfecting the lancing device. Clean and disinfect the lancing device once per week or when it has visible signs of dirt or other material. Clean and disinfect the lancing device before allowing anyone else to handle the lancing device, for instance, if you have someone assisting you. Do not allow anyone else to use your lancing device to obtain their blood sample. Use Super Sani-Cloth® (available at Amazon.com, Office Depot, Walmart and other retailers) to clean the lancing device. Do not use any other cleaning or disinfecting solutions, as it could result in damage to the lancing device. You might notice a slight discoloration of the lancing device after multiple cleanings. This does not affect the functionality of the device. The entire lancing device surface and cap can be cleaned and disinfected. Here's how: Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water. Wipe the entire lancing device surface with Super Sani-Cloth. Make sure that no liquid enters any opening, as it could damage the lancing device. Remove and wipe the inside of the cap. Dry the lancing device and cap with a soft cloth or gauze. Make sure that no solution is seen in any opening. Repeat these steps with a new Super Sani-Cloth to fully disinfect the lancing device. Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water.
Dropping the lancing device with a lancet inserted may loosen the lancet in its holder. If that happens, the lancet will no longer be properly lodged and cannot be used to obtain blood. In rare cases, the lancet may protrude from the cap. Take great care not to touch the front of the cap.
During normal testing, any lancing device may come in contact with blood. For this reason, it is important to keep the lancing device clean and disinfected. To clean and disinfect without damaging the lancing device, follow these procedures carefully: Remove the lancet drum before cleaning and disinfecting the lancing device. Clean and disinfect the lancing device once per week or when it has visible signs of dirt or other material. Clean and disinfect the lancing device before allowing anyone else to handle the lancing device, for instance, if you have someone assisting you. Do not allow anyone else to use your lancing device to obtain their blood sample. Use Super Sani-Cloth® (available at Amazon.com, Office Depot, Walmart and other retailers) to clean the lancing device. Do not use any other cleaning or disinfecting solutions, as it could result in damage to the lancing device. You might notice a slight discoloration of the lancing device after multiple cleanings. This does not affect the functionality of the device. The entire lancing device surface and cap can be cleaned and disinfected. Here's how: Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water. Wipe the entire lancing device surface with Super Sani-Cloth. Make sure that no liquid enters any opening, as it could damage the lancing device. Remove and wipe the inside of the cap. Dry the lancing device and cap with a soft cloth or gauze. Make sure that no solution is seen in any opening. Repeat these steps with a new Super Sani-Cloth to fully disinfect the lancing device. Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water.
During normal testing, any lancing device may come in contact with blood. For this reason, it is important to keep the lancing device clean and disinfected. To clean and disinfect without damaging the lancing device, follow these procedures carefully: Remove the lancet drum before cleaning and disinfecting the lancing device. Clean and disinfect the lancing device once per week or when it has visible signs of dirt or other material. Clean and disinfect the lancing device before allowing anyone else to handle the lancing device, for instance, if you have someone assisting you. Do not allow anyone else to use your lancing device to obtain their blood sample. Use Super Sani-Cloth® (available at Amazon.com, Office Depot, Walmart and other retailers) to clean the lancing device. Do not use any other cleaning or disinfecting solutions, as it could result in damage to the lancing device. You might notice a slight discoloration of the lancing device after multiple cleanings. This does not affect the functionality of the device. The entire lancing device surface and cap can be cleaned and disinfected. Here's how: Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water. Wipe the entire lancing device surface with Super Sani-Cloth. Make sure that no liquid enters any opening, as it could damage the lancing device. Remove and wipe the inside of the cap. Dry the lancing device and cap with a soft cloth or gauze. Make sure that no solution is seen in any opening. Repeat these steps with a new Super Sani-Cloth to fully disinfect the lancing device. Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water.