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FAQ Listing

The Accu-Chek LinkAssist insertion device is exclusively for use on one person. It must not be used on several people.
Health care professionals and Diabetes Nurse Educators are a valuable source of information and training for all people with diabetes, which you should take advantage of regularly. It is not necessary, however, to get professional instruction before using the Accu-Chek LinkAssist insertion device for the first time. You will find it easy to use by following the instructions for use contained in the packaging.
No, this is not necessary.
The elongated perforation mark on the self-adhesive backing directs you to the location of the tube connection.
If needed, wipe the outside of the Accu-Chek LinkAssist insertion device with a cloth moistened with water, a mild hand soap or a disinfectant with 70% ethyl alcohol. Do not dip the insertion device into the cleaning fluid. Dry the insertion device thoroughly with a soft, clean cloth.
Please place the device in trash can or other suitable container.
The Accu-Chek LinkAssist device should not be stored pretensioned. The tensioning element should be completely out of the base. Do not store the insertion device in extreme temperatures, such as a hot car in the summer.
Yes. This enables you to reach hard-to-access infusion sites, such as your back.
In case the infusion set gets stuck in the insertion device, carefully push the tensioning element back into the base without pointing the insertion device toward your body or another person. Make sure not to compress the base during application.
The Accu-Chek LinkAssist device has been developed exclusively for automatic insertion of Accu-Chek Ultraflex infusion sets.
The Accu-Chek LinkAssist insertion device has been developed for anyone who might feel more comfortable with automatic insertion of infusion sets.
We have designed the Accu-Chek LinkAssist insertion device to accommodate anyone who might prefer automatic insertion. Some people have issues with dexterity or vision, and favor a larger insertion device that's easy to grip.