ColorSure™ technology instantly shows when your blood glucose numbers are within or outside the range*
Compact, slim design so it’s easy to take with you
OneTouch Select Plus Flex® meter uses BLUETOOTH® SMART† wireless technology to pair and send glucose results to the OneTouch Reveal® mobile app* which makes reviewing and tracking blood sugar information easy when you're on the go
*The low and high range limits you set apply to all glucose test results. This includes tests taken before or after mealtimes, medication and around any other activities that may affect blood glucose. Patients are advised to talk to their healthcare professional about the low and high limits that are right for them.
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* Please contact your healthcare professional for the availability in your country of residence. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners.
The OneTouch Reveal® app is currently available for download in UAE and Qatar
To download the app in UAE, click on these icons:
To download the app in Qatar, click on these icons:
Before using the OneTouch Select Plus Flex® 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 Flex® meter?
Press and hold ‘OK’ until the start-up test screen appears. Once the device is on, release ‘OK’. You can also turn the meter on by inserting a OneTouch Select Plus® test strip to perform a blood glucose test.
If you see any missing segments within the start-up screen, there may be a problem with the meter.
How many results will the OneTouch Select Plus Flex® meter store and where can I find my result after it is displayed on-screen?
Your meter stores your most recent 500 blood glucose and control solution test results and displays them in the order the tests were taken. They can be viewed in History Mode. You can then scroll through the results by pressing ∧ or ∨.
What batteries does the OneTouch Select Plus Flex® meter use?
Your OneTouch Select Plus Flex® meter uses one CR2032 lithium coin cell battery. Please do not use rechargeable batteries.
What 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. The pre-set low range limit is 70 mmol/L (3.9 mmol/ L) and the pre-set high range limit is 180 mmol/L (10 mmol/ L).
*The low and high range limits you set apply to all glucose test results. This includes tests taken before or after mealtimes, medication and around any other activities that may affect your blood glucose. Be sure to talk to your healthcare professional about the low and high range limits that are right for you.
How can I change the low and high range limits?
With the meter on, press and hold ∧ and ∨ at the same time. The SET screen will appear with the current low range limit displayed, and the number and Range Indicator arrow will flash. The low and high range limits can be adjusted but be sure to talk to your healthcare professional about the range limits that are right for you.
If you decide to change your range limits, the Range Indicator Arrows stored with previous results in the meter memory will not change. However, any new tests will display Range Indicator Arrows which reflect your changes.
Do Not change the batteries when connected to a PC.
Can I transfer my readings to a computer?
Your meter can work with the OneTouch Reveal® web app which provides simple visuals to help you see your blood sugar readings along with important things like food and insulin. You can track meals, medication and activity in a personalised logbook.
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