How do I change a Microlet to lancet?

How do I change a Microlet to lancet?

Point the device toward a container for sharp objects (an empty plastic bottle with a lid will work). Label the container properly and keep out of the reach of children. While pressing the blue release button , firmly pull the blue cocking handle past resistance and the lancet will fall into the container.

How do you change a lancet?

Remove the lancet drum from the lancing device. Upon removing the lancet drum, the blue ring on the lancet drum separates from the white cylinder. The blue ring on a used lancet drum can rotate freely and you can see two red stripes on the white cylinder. Insert a new lancet drum, white end first.

How do I setup a lancing device?

Use your lancing device by following 3 steps.

  1. Take the cap off the lancing device.
  2. Insert a new lancet into the lancet device, as seen in the picture.
  3. Twist off the blue safety cap on the tip of the lancet after you insert the needle into the device.
  4. Replace the cap on the lancet.
  5. Twist the cap to set the lancet depth.

Should lancet be reused?

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) strongly recommends against reusing any lancet, particularly if it happens to involve more than one person. No kidding. Sharing needles is, of course, a whole different ballgame: Just don’t do it.

How do I use the microlet 2 device?

Select middle for average skin, and select deep for harder-than average or calloused skin. Place the Microlet 2 device firmly against the puncture site. Press the blue release button without moving the puncture finger or the lancing device. The more pressure you apply, the deeper the puncture will be.

What is the microlet® next lancing device?

The MICROLET® NEXT lancing device is designed to help minimise pain so you can self-monitor with confidence. Locking endcap helps prevent accidental lancing. 5 clearly visible depth settings. Smooth-gliding mechanism to minimise noise. Easy-to-use lancet ejector.

Is Ascensia a registered trademark of diabetes care?

Ascensia, the Ascensia Diabetes Care logo, Contour, No Coding, the No Coding logo, Sip-In Sampling, Second-Chance, the Second-Chance logo and Microlet are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Ascensia Diabetes Care. ©2021 Ascensia Diabetes Care. All rights reserved.

Is glucofacts owned by Ascensia?

©2021 Ascensia Diabetes Care Holdings AG. All rights reserved. Ascensia, the Ascensia Diabetes Care logo, Contour, Microlet, Glucofacts, the No Coding logo, smartLIGHT and Second-Chance are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Ascensia Diabetes Care Holdings AG.