Can be customised to individual patients and their needs over timeColorSure™ technology instantly shows when your blood glucose numbers are within or outside the range*The range comes pre-set on your meter, but you and your doctor can change it at any time during your diabetes treatmentMeal tagging helps patients see how food choices affect their results
*Patients are advised to talk to their healthcare professional about the low and high range limits that are right for them.
What’s in the box
Included in every pack:
- OneTouch Select Plus® meter (batteries included)
- OneTouch® Delica® lancing device
- 10 OneTouch® Delica® sterile lancets
- Owner's Booklet
- Get Started Guide
- Carry case
Manuals and downloads
Before using the OneTouch Select Plus® meter to test your blood glucose, carefully read the Owner’s Booklet and inserts that come with the components of the system.How do I turn on the OneTouch Select Plus® meter after the first time set up?
Press and hold ‘OK’ until the start-up test screen appears. Once the start-up screen is displayed, release ‘OK’. You can also turn the meter on by inserting a OneTouch Select Plus® test strip to perform a blood glucose test.How many results will the OneTouch Select Plus® meter store and where can I find my result after it is displayed on-screen?
The meter stores your most recent 500 blood glucose and control solution test results and displays them in several ways.
From the Main Menu, press ∧ or ∨ to highlight the Results Log and press ‘OK’. You can then scroll through the results by pressing ∧ or ∨.What batteries do the OneTouch Select Plus® meter use?
Your OneTouch Select Plus® meter uses 2x CR2032 lithium batteries. Please do not use rechargeable batteries.ColorSure™ technologyWhat are the low and high range limits and what do they mean?Your meter uses low and high range limits to tell you when your result is below, above or within the limits that you set in the meter.* The meter comes with pre-set range limits that can be changed as recommended by your healthcare team. If the meal tagging feature is turned on, you can also edit your pre-set before and after meal ranges.
*The low and high range limits you set apply to all glucose test results. This includes tests taken before or after mealtimes, medications and around any other activities that may affect your blood glucose.How can I change the low and high range limits?
The General range limits you set during the first-time set-up apply to all untagged glucose results, unless Meal Tagging is turned On.
The meter also provides Meal Tagging to help identify
Before or After Meal tests. With Meal Tagging On, you can set up additional "Mealtime" low and high range limits.
To change General range limits, highlight Range on the Settings screen and press ‘OK’. Press the ∧ and ∨ symbols to change the low and high limits and press ‘OK’.
A Saved screen will appear to confirm that the low and high limits displayed are now stored in the meter.
To change Mealtime range limits, check the Settings screen to be sure that Meal Tagging is turned On. Then highlight Range on the
Settings screen and press ‘OK’.Highlight Before Meal or After Meal and press the ∧ and ∨ symbols to change the Before Meal and After Meal range Limits. When complete, the Save screen appears to confirm that the Before and After Meal range limits displayed are now stored in the meter.
Be sure to talk to your healthcare professional about the low and high limits that are right for you.