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A control test using your meter's specific control solution ensures that you are performing tests correctly and receiving accurate results. Testing with control solution is much like a blood sugar check, except you fill the window on the test strip with a drop of control solution instead of blood. Run a control test: Before using your meter for the first time When you open a new vial of test strips If you leave the cap off the vial of test strips If you drop the meter Whenever your result does not agree with the way you feel Whenever you want to check the way you are performing your blood sugar checks If you have repeated a test, and the blood sugar result is still lower or higher than expected When you want to check the performance of the meter or test strips
The Accu-Chek Guide Me system uses Accu-Chek Guide test strips. It's simple to use the entire end—place a small drop of blood anywhere along the end of the test strip instead of on a tiny spot. In addition, it's simple to take just one strip. The spill-resistant SmartPack vial lets you take one and spill none.
Using test strips that are expired can cause your results to be inaccurate. If your test strips have expired, throw them away and begin using a new vial of strips that are not expired. The expiration date is printed on every vial of test strips.
There’s no need to code the Accu-Chek Guide Me meter, so you have fewer steps in testing.
There's no need to code the meter, so you have fewer steps in testing.
Using test strips that are expired can cause your results to be inaccurate. If your test strips have expired, throw them away and begin using a new vial of strips that are not expired. The expiration date is printed on every vial of test strips.
The Accu-Chek Guide system uses Accu-Chek Guide test strips. It's simple to use the entire end—place a small drop of blood anywhere along the end of the test strip instead of on a tiny spot. In addition, it's simple to take just one strip. The spill-resistant SmartPack vial lets you take one and spill none.
A control test using your meter's specific control solution ensures that you are performing tests correctly and receiving accurate results. Testing with control solution is much like a blood sugar check, except you fill the window on the test strip with a drop of control solution instead of blood. Run a control test: Before using your meter for the first time When you open a new vial of test strips If you leave the cap off the vial of test strips If you drop the meter Whenever your result does not agree with the way you feel Whenever you want to check the way you are performing your blood sugar checks If you have repeated a test, and the blood sugar result is still lower or higher than expected When you want to check the performance of the meter or test strips
Using test strips that are expired can cause your results to be inaccurate. If your test strips have expired, throw them away and begin using a new vial of strips that are not expired. The expiration date is printed on every vial of test strips.
A control test using your meter's specific control solution ensures that you are performing tests correctly and receiving accurate results. Testing with control solution is much like a blood sugar check, except you fill the window on the test strip with a drop of control solution instead of blood. Run a control test: Before using your meter for the first time When you open a new vial of test strips If you leave the cap off the vial of test strips If you drop the meter Whenever your result does not agree with the way you feel Whenever you want to verify the way you are performing your blood sugar checks If you have repeated a test, and the blood sugar result is still lower or higher than expected When you want to check the performance of the meter or test strips
Your meter uses Level 1 and Level 2 control solutions to check the meter's accuracy when blood glucose is low (Level 1) and high (Level 2). Some people just test the Level 1 control, but you can also test a Level 2 control. The meter will ask you to input the control level after you've run the test, so it can compare the results to the acceptable range.
The meter comes precoded with a black code key that remains in place for the life of the meter. There's no need to manually code the meter.
This meter uses Accu-Chek Aviva Plus test strips.
Using test strips that are expired can cause your results to be inaccurate. If your test strips have expired, throw them away and begin using a new vial of strips that are not expired. The expiration date is printed on every vial of test strips.
The meter comes precoded with a black code key that remains in place for the life of the meter. There's no need to manually code the meter.
A control test using your meter's specific control solution ensures that you are performing tests correctly and receiving accurate results. Testing with control solution is much like a blood sugar check, except you fill the window on the test strip with a drop of control solution instead of blood. Run a control test: Before using your meter for the first time When you open a new vial of test strips If you leave the cap off the vial of test strips If you drop the meter Whenever your result does not agree with the way you feel Whenever you want to check the way you are performing your blood sugar checks If you have repeated a test, and the blood sugar result is still lower or higher than expected When you want to check the performance of the meter or test strips
The Accu-Chek Compact Plus system is compatible with Accu-Chek Compact Plus test strip drums. 
Using test strips that are expired can cause your results to be inaccurate. If your test strips have expired, throw them away and begin using a new vial of strips that are not expired. The expiration date is printed on every vial of test strips.
There's no need to code the meter, so you have fewer steps in testing.
The drum of 17 preloaded test strips eliminates struggling with containers and test strips each time. The system sets a new standard in convenience by: Advancing and ejecting diabetes test strips automatically, eliminating the need to handle individual test strips Integrating diabetes test strips into a load-and-go drum, so you don't need to carry a separate container Visit the video page to watch the Inserting the Test Strip Drum video.
With the meter off, place your thumb or finger under the ridge just to the right of the test strip slot. Press upward to open the drum door. Be sure to lift up on the door to open it. Do not push the door in, as this can make it more difficult to open. Visit the video page to watch the Inserting the Test Strip Drum video.
On the back of the blood glucose meter, you'll see a small window with a number showing through. This number indicates how many unused strips are left in the test drum. When the test drum is empty, a dot will show through the window. This is your signal to discard the test drum and insert a new drum. Other ways to see how many test strips are left in the drum: After completing a blood sugar check, while the meter is still on and the strip is still sticking out of the meter, press and hold the test (on/off) button for several seconds. The number of strips remaining in the drum will be shown on the meter display. When the button is released, the meter will turn off. Or, while in the memory mode, press and hold the test (on/off) button for several seconds. The meter display will show the number of strips remaining. When the button is released, the meter will turn off.
You cannot reinsert an unused strip. You must discard any strip that has been removed from the test drum.
A control test using your meter's specific control solution ensures that you are performing tests correctly and receiving accurate results. Testing with control solution is much like a blood sugar check, except you fill the window on the test strip with a drop of control solution instead of blood. Run a control test: Before using your meter for the first time When you open a new vial of test strips If you leave the cap off the vial of test strips If you drop the meter Whenever your result does not agree with the way you feel Whenever you want to check the way you are performing your blood sugar checks If you have repeated a test, and the blood sugar result is still lower or higher than expected When you want to check the performance of the meter or test strips
The system will not automatically detect control solution. You must manually flag the measurement when you run a control test. 
Accu-Chek Compact Plus test strip drums use Accu-Chek Compact Plus clear control solution.
This meter uses Accu-Chek Aviva Plus test strips.
Using test strips that are expired can cause your results to be inaccurate. If your test strips have expired, throw them away and begin using a new vial of strips that are not expired. The expiration date is printed on every vial of test strips.
The Accu-Chek Aviva black meter does not need to be coded. If you have an Accu-Chek Aviva silver meter, once you've inserted a black code key, you never have to change it again. If you do not have a black code key, please contact Accu-Chek Customer Care.
A control test using your meter's specific control solution ensures that you are performing tests correctly and receiving accurate results. Testing with control solution is much like a blood sugar check, except you fill the window on the test strip with a drop of control solution instead of blood. Run a control test: Before using your meter for the first time When you open a new vial of test strips If you leave the cap off the vial of test strips If you drop the meter Whenever your result does not agree with the way you feel Whenever you want to check the way you are performing your blood sugar checks If you have repeated a test, and the blood sugar result is still lower or higher than expected When you want to check the performance of the meter or test strips
Using test strips that are expired can cause your results to be inaccurate. If your test strips have expired, throw them away and begin using a new vial of strips that are not expired. The expiration date is printed on every vial of test strips.
There's no need to code the meter, so you have fewer steps in testing.
A control test using your meter's specific control solution ensures that you are performing tests correctly and receiving accurate results. Testing with control solution is much like a blood sugar check, except you fill the window on the test strip with a drop of control solution instead of blood. Run a control test: Before using your meter for the first time When you open a new vial of test strips If you leave the cap off the vial of test strips If you drop the meter                                 Whenever your result does not agree with the way you feel Whenever you want to check the way you are performing your blood sugar checks If you have repeated a test, and the blood sugar result is still lower or higher than expected When you want to check the performance of the meter or test strips
This meter uses Accu-Chek Aviva Plus test strips.
Using test strips that are expired can cause your results to be inaccurate. If your test strips have expired, throw them away and begin using a new vial of strips that are not expired. The expiration date is printed on every vial of test strips.
There's no need to code the meter, so you have fewer steps in testing.
A control test using your meter's specific control solution ensures that you are performing tests correctly and receiving accurate results. Testing with control solution is much like a blood sugar check, except you fill the window on the test strip with a drop of control solution instead of blood. Run a control test: Before using your meter for the first time When you open a new vial of test strips If you leave the cap off the vial of test strips If you drop the meter Whenever your result does not agree with the way you feel Whenever you want to check the way you are performing your blood sugar checks If you have repeated a test, and the blood sugar result is still lower or higher than expected When you want to check the performance of the meter or test strips
The Accu-Chek Guide meter and test strips can be used, or the Accu-Chek Aviva Connect meter with Accu-Chek Aviva Plus test strips.
This meter uses Accu-Chek Aviva Plus test strips.