Roche Accu-Chek Aviva User manual

Roche Accu-Chek Aviva User manual
Smart Pix
DEVICE READER
User’s Manual
Accu-Chek Smart Pix User’s Manual
Date of issue: April 2009
© 2009, Roche Diagnostics GmbH
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ACCU-CHEK, ACCU-CHEK AVIVA, ACCU-CHEK AVIVA COMBO, ACCU-CHEK AVIVA NANO,
ACCU-CHEK AVIVA EXPERT, ACCU-CHEK GO, ACCU-CHEK INTEGRA, ACCU-CHEK MOBILE,
ACCU-CHEK PERFORMA, ACCU-CHEK SPIRIT, ACCU-CHEK SPIRIT COMBO, ACCU-CHEK SMART PIX,
ADVANTAGE, CAMIT, COMBO, DISETRONIC, D-TRONPLUS, PERFORMA COMBO, PERFORMA EXPERT,
PERFORMA NANO, VOICEMATE and LIVE LIFE. THE WAY YOU WANT. are trademarks of Roche.
Other brand or product names are trademarks of their respective holders.
Product safety information
This device is designed according to the International Standard IEC 60950 “Safety of Information Technology
Equipment” and it was in perfectly safe condition when it left the factory.
This product meets the requirements of EU Council Directive 2004/108/EC of December 15, 2004 on the
approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to electromagnetic compatibility. Conformity with the
aforementioned directive is certified by the CE mark on the device.
The device may only be operated via the USB port of a suitable computer.
The Accu-Chek Smart Pix system is installed, used and maintained by the user and is the user's sole
responsibility.
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Contents
Version note ................................................................................................................................................................................I-4
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Accu-Chek Smart Pix System overview .................................................................................................................1-1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
2
Installing the Accu-Chek Smart Pix system .......................................................................................................2-1
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
3
Printed symbols .........................................................................................................................................................................1-3
Overview of the Accu-Chek Smart Pix system ..............................................................................................................1-4
Overview of the Accu-Chek Smart Pix status indicator signals ..............................................................................1-5
Overview of the Accu-Chek Smart Pix user interface ................................................................................................1-6
What you require for using the Accu-Chek Smart Pix system ................................................................................2-1
Connecting the Accu-Chek Smart Pix device ................................................................................................................2-2
Note about security settings in the Internet browser .................................................................................................2-3
Final preparations .....................................................................................................................................................................2-4
Configuring the Accu-Chek Smart Pix system ..............................................................................................................2-5
Selecting a language ...............................................................................................................................................................2-7
Display options ..........................................................................................................................................................................2-8
Personal Setup ...........................................................................................................................................................................2-9
Report Setup ........................................................................................................................................................................... 2-11
Completing configuration ................................................................................................................................................... 2-14
Preparing the devices ..............................................................................................................................................................3-1
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
3.11
3.12
3.13
3.14
3.15
3.16
3.17
Accu-Chek Active ....................................................................................................................................................................3-4
Accu-Chek Aviva/Aviva Nano .............................................................................................................................................3-5
Accu-Chek Aviva Combo/Aviva Expert ............................................................................................................................3-6
Accu-Chek Compact/Integra ...............................................................................................................................................3-7
Accu-Chek Compact Plus .....................................................................................................................................................3-8
Accu-Chek Go ...........................................................................................................................................................................3-9
Accu-Chek Mobile ................................................................................................................................................................ 3-10
Accu-Chek Sensor/Advantage ......................................................................................................................................... 3-11
Accu-Chek Comfort .............................................................................................................................................................. 3-12
Accu-Chek Performa/Performa Nano ........................................................................................................................... 3-13
Accu-Chek Performa Combo/Performa Expert .......................................................................................................... 3-14
Accu-Chek Pocket Compass software .......................................................................................................................... 3-15
Accu-Chek Voicemate Plus ............................................................................................................................................... 3-16
Insulin pump Accu-Chek D-TRONplus (and Disetronic D-TRONplus) ............................................................ 3-17
Accu-Chek Spirit insulin pump ........................................................................................................................................ 3-18
Accu-Chek Spirit Combo insulin pump ........................................................................................................................ 3-19
Note on time settings for the Accu-Chek insulin pumps ....................................................................................... 3-20
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Accu-Chek Report ...................................................................................................................................................................... 4-1
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
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Printing reports ......................................................................................................................................................................... 4-2
Blood glucose: general information about the reports .............................................................................................. 4-3
Types of report .......................................................................................................................................................................... 4-3
Evaluated data ........................................................................................................................................................................... 4-4
Report Styles ............................................................................................................................................................................... 4-5
Graphic elements of the reports ........................................................................................................................................ 4-6
Blood glucose: content of the report .............................................................................................................................. 4-10
Trend Graph ............................................................................................................................................................................. 4-10
Day Graph ................................................................................................................................................................................. 4-12
Week Graph ............................................................................................................................................................................. 4-14
Metabolic Control .................................................................................................................................................................. 4-16
Distribution ............................................................................................................................................................................... 4-18
Logbook ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 4-19
Overview .................................................................................................................................................................................... 4-21
Record List ............................................................................................................................................................................... 4-23
Insulin pump: general information about the reports .............................................................................................. 4-24
Types of report ........................................................................................................................................................................ 4-24
Graphic elements of the reports ...................................................................................................................................... 4-25
Insulin pump: content of the report ................................................................................................................................ 4-27
Trend Graph ............................................................................................................................................................................. 4-27
Day Graph ................................................................................................................................................................................. 4-28
Week Graph ............................................................................................................................................................................. 4-28
Basal Rates ............................................................................................................................................................................... 4-29
Basal Bolus ............................................................................................................................................................................... 4-30
Long Term Overview ............................................................................................................................................................. 4-31
Lists ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 4-32
Blood glucose and insulin pump: combined report .................................................................................................. 4-33
Types of report ........................................................................................................................................................................ 4-34
Graphic elements of the reports ...................................................................................................................................... 4-34
Trend Graph ............................................................................................................................................................................. 4-35
Day Graph ................................................................................................................................................................................. 4-35
Week Graph ............................................................................................................................................................................. 4-36
Overview .................................................................................................................................................................................... 4-36
Record List ............................................................................................................................................................................... 4-40
Analysing data in external applications ........................................................................................................................ 4-41
Literary references for reports .......................................................................................................................................... 4-43
Low/High BG Index ............................................................................................................................................................... 4-43
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Error signals and troubleshooting ................................................................................................................................5-1
5.1
5.2
6
Errors without error signals ..................................................................................................................................................5-1
Error signals on the device ...................................................................................................................................................5-2
Maintenance .....................................................................................................................................................................................6-1
6.1
6.2
7
Contents
Cleaning the Accu-Chek Smart Pix system ....................................................................................................................6-1
Disposal ........................................................................................................................................................................................6-1
Appendix ...............................................................................................................................................................................................7-1
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
Abbreviations .............................................................................................................................................................................7-1
Technical data ...........................................................................................................................................................................7-1
Information about advice and the repair service ..........................................................................................................7-2
Roche Diagnostics addresses ..............................................................................................................................................7-3
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Version note
Version note
This user’s manual applies to software version 3.0 of the
Accu-Chek Smart Pix system. You can check the software
version of your Accu-Chek Smart Pix system on the user
interface (browser window) at any time. The version number
is shown in the left corner of the menu bar.
For the latest software version of the Accu-Chek Smart Pix
system (as an installable update), contact your local Roche
Diagnostics office.
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Chapter 1, Accu-Chek Smart Pix System overview
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Accu-Chek Smart Pix System overview
The Accu-Chek Smart Pix system is used to easily and
automatically analyse blood glucose levels and therapy data
from various Accu-Chek meters and insulin pumps. The
analyses are displayed on a computer in the form of various,
specifiable reports using a standard Internet browser. As a
result the reports can also be printed on a connected printer.
In many clinics and doctors' practices, such reports are used
successfully (often together with the software products
Accu-Chek Camit Pro or Accu-Chek Compass) to facilitate
and speed up assessment of the metabolic situation. The
Accu-Chek Smart Pix system features similar functionality.
However, operator control is reduced to a simple activity
which has since become everyday routine: just a few mouse
clicks on a computer are sufficient to see the finished report
on the monitor or get a hardcopy of it.
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The procedure is as simple as it could possibly be:
•
Prepare the meter for data transfer
•
Place the meter in front of the Accu-Chek Smart Pix
device
•
The report is created automatically and can be viewed
and printed on a computer using an Internet browser
On the following pages, you will find more detailed
information about the various components, their application
and the content of the reports compiled with the Accu-Chek
Smart Pix system.
Please read all these pages carefully. To be able to use your
new system successfully, you should know everything that is
explained here. If you have any additional questions, you will
find some helpful information in the appendix, along with
addresses of offices to contact in order to get the answers
you require.
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1.1
Printed symbols
Some passages in this manual are highlighted by symbols.
Please read these passages very carefully! There are more
symbols on the type plate of the device and/or the
packaging.
Symbol
Name
Description
Warning
On the type plate: Refer to accompanying documents.
Please refer to safety-related notes in the manual
accompanying this instrument.
In the user’s manual: Indicates important health or safety
information.
Warning
i
This symbol draws attention to important information.
Manufacturer
REF
SN
Catalogue number
Serial number
This product fulfils the requirements of EC Directive
2004/108/EC.
This product fulfils the legal requirements of the People’s
Republic of China on the use of certain substances in
electronic products.
US patent pending (US 2007/0055799)
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1.2
Overview of the Accu-Chek Smart Pix system
The system consists of the following components, which are
described in brief below.
2
1
Accu-Chek Smart Pix Device: The central component
of the system. This device is the interface to various
Accu-Chek meters and insulin pumps, and it
contains the electronics as well as the programs to
process the data and results which are read in. The
analyses created are temporarily stored in the device
and can be viewed with an Internet browser.
2
USB connector for hooking up to the computer.
3
Status indicator, showing operating status.
(see page 1-5).
4
Infrared window for communication with
Accu-Chek meters and insulin pumps.
5
On the back of the device, there is a holder for an
Accu-Chek IR Key. This accessory can be safely
stored here to save space when it is not required. The
Accu-Chek IR Key allows infrared data transfer with
Accu-Chek meters which do not have a built-in
infrared port (Accu-Chek Sensor and Accu-Chek
Comfort). In the devices indicated, it is used for data
transfer in place of the code chip.
The Accu-Chek IR Key is available as an accessory
(REF 0 3307778190) if you have not already received
it from your dealer or Roche Diagnostics.
3
1
4
5
Not illustrated:
6
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1.3
Overview of the Accu-Chek Smart Pix status indicator signals
7
The Accu-Chek Smart Pix system indicates various operating
states on the status indicator on top of the device. The
following signals can appear on this indicator:
7
Off:
The Accu-Chek Smart Pix device is not connected to
a computer, or the computer is not switched on.
8
•
8
•
9
•
9
•
10
•
10
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Centre of status indicator
Lit continuously: report is ready on the computer,
idle state.
Flashing slowly: error
Top/bottom dots
Flashing simultaneously about once a second: device
is ready for operation and is actively searching for
meters or insulin pumps.
Flashing fast simultaneously: data transfer
Left/right dots
Flashing slowly simultaneously: processing report
data
Software updates for the Accu-Chek Smart Pix
system can be installed via the computer. While such
an update is being installed, the centre of the status
indicator 8 and (simultaneaously) the dots 9 and 10
flash alternately.
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1.4
Overview of the Accu-Chek Smart Pix user interface
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The Accu-Chek Smart Pix system has a user interface which
is displayed in standard Internet browsers. You do not
require an Internet connection if you wish to use the
Accu-Chek Smart Pix system. The relevant pages are stored
in the device itself where they can be called up. The user
interface is optimised for a screen resolution of at least
1024 x 768 pixels.
11
Internet browser (Microsoft Internet Explorer, Firefox)
12
Buttons for calling up various functions (contextdependent):
Settings
Create Report (Print)
Erase Report
Read device
•
•
•
•
13
13
Navigation bar for calling up the individual pages
(reports and settings), which are then shown in the
display pane 14
14
Display pane for reports and settings
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Even if various functions are available to you in the
Internet browser itself (e.g. Navigate forward/back,
Refresh, Print, etc.), we advise you to only use the
relevant functions on the Accu-Chek Smart Pix user
interface instead. The Accu-Chek Smart Pix system
provides several options for customising printouts, for
example. These options will not be available to you if
you use the standard functions of the browser.
For a detailed description of the various elements, see
Chapter 2.4, “Configuring the Accu-Chek Smart Pix system”
and Chapter 4, “Accu-Chek Report”.
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Chapter 2, Installing the Accu-Chek Smart Pix system
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Installing the Accu-Chek Smart Pix system
You can connect the Accu-Chek Smart Pix system to any
computer which meets the necessary system requirements
(see below). No further steps are necessary to prepare the
device for operation. Nor is it necessary to install any
additional software. However, before the device is used for
the first time you should configure it with your personal
diabetes-related data according to your requirements in
order to obtain customised, accurate reports.
2.1
What you require for using the Accu-Chek Smart Pix system
The following components are supplied:
•
•
•
•
Accu-Chek Smart Pix Device with USB connector
Manual on CD-ROM
Getting Started Guide
Carrying bag for storing the Accu-Chek Smart Pix
device
In addition, you require:
•
•
•
•
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A PC with a free USB port
Operating system Microsoft Windows 2000 (Service
Pack 4), XP or Vista (older systems do not provide
integrated USB support)
An installed Internet browser (e.g. Microsoft Internet
Explorer 5.x and later or Firefox 1.x and later)
Since the user interface of the Accu-Chek Smart Pix
system is optimised for a screen resolution of
1024 x 768 pixels, you should use a monitor which
is set to that resolution (or higher).
If you wish to print out the reports, you also require
a printer which is connected to the PC.
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2.2
Connecting the Accu-Chek Smart Pix device
Plug the USB connector of the Accu-Chek Smart Pix device
into a free USB socket on your computer. When you do this,
it does not matter whether the computer is switched on or
off. The Accu-Chek Smart Pix device is supplied with
electricity via this connection, therefore it does not require
any batteries or power pack.
When you have plugged in the Accu-Chek Smart Pix device
and, if necessary, switched on the computer, the centre of
the status indicator and the dots on the left and right are lit.
At the same time, the Accu-Chek Smart Pix system is
recognised by the computer as a removable disk (similar to
a USB memory stick). Then the dots at the top and bottom of
the status indicator start flashing slowly. The Accu-Chek
Smart Pix system is now ready to read data from a device.
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Note about security settings in the Internet browser
The Accu-Chek Smart Pix system can use various Internet
browsers to display and print out the meter data. Any
customised settings or settings made when the browser was
installed can have an influence on using the Accu-Chek
Smart Pix system.
The Accu-Chek Smart Pix system uses pages with so-called
“active content” (JavaScript). This active content can be
suppressed by making appropriate security settings in the
browser, causing warnings to be issued or functionality to be
restricted. If this happens, check the relevant browser
settings in order to ensure smooth operation. In many cases,
you can create different security settings for using the
Internet and the Accu-Chek Smart Pix system (e.g. at user
log-in to the PC or by defining user profiles in the browser).
If you choose the browser security settings appropriately
(e.g. “Allow active content to run in files on My Computer” or
similar), you can work with the Accu-Chek Smart Pix system
without any restrictions.
Note about illustrations in this user’s manual
Please bear in mind that all the illustrations of screen content
(screenshots) used in this user’s manual only serve as
examples in terms of visual appearance and content. Actual
appearance depends on the operating system being used,
the Internet browser being used and any personal system
settings. The content displayed depends not only on your
settings of the Accu-Chek Smart Pix system but also on the
meter data or insulin pump data read.
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2.3
Final preparations
The status indicator of the Accu-Chek Smart Pix device
starts flashing as soon as the device is connected to a
computer which is switched on. There are several different
status indicator signals which indicate various operating
states (see page 1-5). After plugging in the Accu-Chek
Smart Pix device or after switching on the computer the
following occurrences indicate that the device is operating
properly:
•
The dots at the top and bottom of the status indicator
flash slowly (about once a second). This indicates that
the device is ready for operation and that it is actively
searching for meters and insulin pumps.
•
Windows (XP) automatically opens a window showing
the contents of the removable disk (SmartPix) as a
folder.
•
If this does not happen (e.g. in the case of Windows
2000), open the window My Computer with a double
click. You will now see SmartPix as a removable disk.
•
Double-click on SmartPix (removable disk) in order to
display the contents. You will now see a folder named
REPORT, the START.HTM file and, if applicable, other
files and folders.
If you can follow the above procedure on your computer, the
Accu-Chek Smart Pix system is ready to read data from a
meter or an insulin pump. However, you should first perform
the configuration described below in order to customise the
reports properly.
If you have not been able to complete this brief check
successfully (e.g. if the removable disk is not shown), see
Chapter 5 for information about possible sources of error.
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2.4
Configuring the Accu-Chek Smart Pix system
The Accu-Chek Smart Pix system enables you to customise
the appearance and default parameters (e.g. language,
default setting English) of the reports to suit your
requirements. To perform this configuration (before using the
system for the first time) open the “user interface” of the
Accu-Chek Smart Pix system, which is stored in the
START.HTM file on the removable disk.
•
Open the START.HTM file with a double click. The
default Internet browser on your computer is launched
and, at the same time, the Accu-Chek Smart Pix user
interface is loaded.
•
Click (once, as is usual in browsers) on the Settings
button. The Accu-Chek Smart Pix device now quits
search mode (the centre of the status indicator is lit
continuously).
You will now see the page showing a Summary of the current
settings (on the right) and the navigation bar with the links to
the various setup areas (on the left). The following setup
options are available
•
Language
•
Display Options for setting up display formats and year
•
Personal Setup for name and time blocks
•
Report Setup
The following pages provide detailed descriptions of the
various setup areas. First of all you should set the language
you prefer so that the user interface for all other settings is
displayed in that language.
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Note about saving the settings: The response to saving
the following setting may vary according to the operating
system and browser you are using:
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•
Changed settings (e.g. Personal Setup) may not
immediately be displayed. In this case, reload the page
(using the appropriate browser button).
•
Additional browser windows may open during the
setup process. Simply close them when you have
completed all your settings.
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Selecting a language
On the navigation bar, click on the Language link. The display
pane now shows a drop-down list with all available
languages, the default setting being English. Select the
language which you want to be used both on the browser
screen and for printouts.
•
Click on the arrow pointing down to open the
selection list.
•
Click on the desired language to select it.
•
If you have changed the selection, click the Save
button to send the new selection to the Accu-Chek
Smart Pix system.
•
In the next dialog box, confirm the change to the new
language.
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If you leave this page (e.g. by clicking on another link
or closing the browser) without saving your selection,
any change you have made will have no effect.
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Display options
On the navigation bar, click on the Display options link. The
display pane now shows the options for the various formats.
Select the following settings here:
•
Date and time format.
•
Weekend days, usually non-working days. These are
highlighted in some analyses.
•
Current year (only for the analysis of data from meters
which do not allow you to set the year).
The selection procedure is identical for all options:
•
Click on the arrow pointing down to open the
selection list.
•
Click the desired setting to select it.
•
When you have completed all your settings on this
page, click the Save button to send the new selection
made to the Accu-Chek Smart Pix system.
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If you leave this page (e.g. by clicking on another link
or closing the browser) without saving your selection,
any change you have made will have no effect.
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Personal Setup
On the navigation bar, click on the Personal Setup link. The
display pane now shows the available options.
•
Input fields for personalising the printouts (here you
can enter, for example, the name of a doctor's practice
or pharmacy). This is where you can enter whatever
text you want. The length of each text is limited.
Therefore use abbreviations or another line for your
entries.
•
Setting the time ranges. By setting time ranges, you
divide a 24-hour day into eight periods which are
determined by important regular events (e.g. main
meals). For each period, you can specify the start time
while the end time is automatically given with the start
time set for the next period.
The time ranges set here are used in reports to structure
them visually and chronologically in case there is no relevant
information from the meter or insulin pump. The time ranges
can be set in 30-minute increments.
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Click on the arrow pointing up (next to the display on
the right of a start time) in order to set it to a later
time.
•
Click on the arrow pointing down (next to the display
on the right of a start time) in order to set it to an
earlier time.
•
When you have completed all your settings on this
page, click on the Save button.
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These settings, unlike any other settings, must be
saved immediately in a text file on the removable disk
(Accu-Chek Smart Pix), as described below. If you
leave this page (e.g. by clicking on another link or
closing the browser) without saving your selection,
any change you have made will have no effect.
As soon as you click on the Save button in the Personal Setup
window, another window opens in the browser showing text
which contains your settings for this area. Now proceed as
follows:
•
•
Click the Save link beneath the text or
select the Save as… command from the File menu
In the next dialog box, select the storage location, the name
and other file attributes:
•
•
•
Select removable disk (Accu-Chek Smart Pix) as
storage location.
The following settings are defaults and must not be
changed (if displayed):
– Name “Settings”
– File type “Text file (*.txt)”
– Code “Unicode (UTF-8)”
If all entries are correct, click on the Save button and
close the text window via the close box
(top right
of the window).
The text file created in this manner is read by the Accu-Chek
Smart Pix system, and all entries are adopted as settings for
the Accu-Chek Smart Pix system (until they are changed
again). The file is then deleted.
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Report Setup
On the navigation bar, click on the Report Setup link. The
display pane now shows the options for reports to be created
in the future. Select the following settings here:
•
Time Range for the reports to be created, for blood
glucose meters (1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 or 12 weeks) and
insulin pumps (1, 2 or 4 weeks) separately.
•
Target Range for blood glucose results, defined by an
upper and lower limit and by the hypo(glycemic) limit.
These values may have also been configured
externally in smaller intervals. In this case, the values
are displayed in grey. If you want to change these
kinds of values, you can only choose from the normal
(and limited) selection of predefined values.
•
Report Style of the analyses. This selection influences
the level of detail for the chart.
•
Sort order of displayed Lists (sorted in ascending or
descending order).
•
Use of one or more meters to perform a combined
analysis of data.
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•
Click on the arrow pointing down to open the
selection list, for blood glucose meters and insulin
pumps separately.
•
Click the desired time range to select it.
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Target range
•
Click on the arrow pointing down to open the
selection list, for lower limit and upper limit separately.
•
Click the desired figure to select it.
•
Click the arrow pointing down to open the selection
list and define the hypo limit.
•
Click the desired figure to select it.
Preferred report style
Some graphic reports can be displayed in two different
styles. The main difference between these styles is their level
display precise
of detail. Reports in the Detailed style
trends including individual values. The report style
Trends
allows for an easy interpretation of trends and
developments (without showing individual values). You can
set up the Trend Graph, Day Graph and Week Graph report
styles separately.
For detailed information on differences between these report
styles, see section “Report Styles” on page 4-5.
Sorting lists
For both blood glucose and insulin pump information there
are reports which are displayed as lists. Use this setting to
determine whether the list starts with the most recent
or the oldest value
.
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Combined analysis of meters
If you use more than one meter (e.g. one during the day/one
during the night), it is a good idea to display the data of all
meters together in the reports. You can analyse up to three
meters at a time. Choose whether you want to analyse only
one
or several
meters.
i
•
When you have completed all your settings on this
page, click the Save button to send the new selection
made to the Accu-Chek Smart Pix system.
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To be able to analyse the combined data properly, all
meters used should have the same date and time
settings. Only then can data from the analyses be
used to make valid decisions concerning your
treatment.
If you leave this page (e.g. by clicking on another link
or closing the browser) without saving your selection,
any change you have made will have no effect.
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Completing configuration
When you have made all the settings according to your
requirements and wish to read data from a meter or insulin
pump immediately, please prepare the device accordingly
(see Chapter 3). Then click on the Read Device button (starts
search mode).
Please observe the following points concerning search
mode:
•
If you start search mode by clicking on the Read
Device button, the search mode is automatically
stopped after a certain time, unless a device is found.
In this case, an appropriate error message appears.
•
If you unplug the Accu-Chek Smart Pix device, then
plug it back in (or, in the meantime, switch off the
computer and switch it back on), the device launches
search mode automatically. In this case, however,
search mode is not stopped after a certain time but
continues until a device is found.
If you prefer to familiarise yourself with the preparation
process for devices or other issues first, after having made all
the settings, unplug the Accu-Chek Smart Pix device from the
USB port and plug it back in. This puts the device in
continuous search mode, and you do not have to perform the
following steps within a limited timeframe.
When you unplug the USB cable, the browser window may
close. If it does, simply plug in the Accu-Chek Smart Pix
device again and open the START.HTM file again with a
double click.
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3
Preparing the devices
The Accu-Chek Smart Pix system can read and analyse data
from the following devices:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Accu-Chek Active
Accu-Chek Aviva/Aviva Nano
Accu-Chek Aviva Combo/Aviva Expert
Accu-Chek Compact/Integra
Accu-Chek Compact Plus
Accu-Chek Go
Accu-Chek Mobile
Accu-Chek Performa/Performa Nano
Accu-Chek Performa Combo/Performa Expert
Accu-Chek Voicemate Plus
as well as from the
•
Accu-Chek Pocket Compass software for handhelds
Using an Accu-Chek IR Key (accessory), the following
meters can also be used to transfer data:
•
•
•
Accu-Chek Advantage
Accu-Chek Comfort
Accu-Chek Sensor
The following insulin pumps are able to transfer data to the
Accu-Chek Smart Pix system:
•
•
•
•
Accu-Chek D-TRONplus
Disetronic D-TRON (plus)
Accu-Chek Spirit
Accu-Chek Spirit Combo
Note: Not all devices are available in all countries.
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In some cases, these devices require different preparations
in order to be able to transfer data to the Accu-Chek Smart
Pix system. On the following pages, you will find the
procedure for each device to analyse stored data
successfully. You or the user can also find this information in
the manuals for the meters, insulin pumps and Accu-Chek
Pocket Compass software.
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Always prepare only one device at a time for data
transfer. Otherwise, data transfer might be interfered
with by simultaneous communication attempts. Also
avoid possible interference by infrared ports of other
devices such as laptops or mobile phones.
i
Avoid direct extraneous light (e.g. sunlight) because it
may interfere with data transfer.
i
If you want to analyse combined data from more than
one device (e.g. meter and insulin pump or several
meters), do not click on the Erase Report button
between the data transfers. Start data transfer from
further devices by clicking the Read Device button
after each transfer is completed.
i
If you want to analyse insulin pump data together
with meter data, the devices must be synchronized,
i.e. all devices involved should have the same date
and time settings. Deviations of ± 5 minutes
maximum are tolerated; if the deviation is greater, no
combined reports are created.
Accu-Chek Smart Pix user's manual
Chapter 3, Preparing the devices
All the descriptions below are based on the following
assumptions:
Accu-Chek Smart Pix user's manual
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The Accu-Chek Smart Pix device is already plugged
into the computer.
•
The computer is switched on and the operating
system is running.
•
The Accu-Chek Smart Pix device is ready for data
transfer when the top/bottom dots flash slowly (about
once a second).
•
If you have already opened the START.HTM file in the
browser, you will see the picture shown on the left
(search mode).
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3.1
Accu-Chek Active
The Accu-Chek Active meter has a built-in infrared port for
data transfer. In order to read data from these devices,
proceed as follows:
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Place the device no more than 10 cm away from the
infrared window on the Accu-Chek Smart Pix device.
Both infrared windows must be facing one another.
•
Switch the meter on by keeping the M button pressed
for more than 3 seconds.
•
The display shows “PC”, and data transfer starts
automatically.
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3.2
Accu-Chek Aviva/Aviva Nano
The Accu-Chek Aviva/Aviva Nano meter has a built-in
infrared port for data transfer. In order to read data from
these devices, proceed as follows:
Accu-Chek Smart Pix user's manual
•
Place the device no more than 10 cm away from the
infrared window on the Accu-Chek Smart Pix device.
Both infrared windows must be facing one another.
•
Switch the meter on by keeping the
and
buttons pressed simultaneously until two alternately
flashing arrows appear on the display. Data transfer
starts automatically.
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3.3
Accu-Chek Aviva Combo/Aviva Expert
The Accu-Chek Aviva Combo/Aviva Expert meter has a builtin infrared port for data transfer. In order to read data from
these devices, proceed as follows:
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My Data
Settings
10:00
•
Place the device no more than 10 cm away from the
infrared window on the Accu-Chek Smart Pix device.
Both infrared windows must be facing one another.
•
In the main menu, select My Data and press
•
Select Data Transfer and press
.
.
The data is now transferred. When data transfer has been
completed, the Complete display is shown for three seconds.
Then, the meter turns off.
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View Data
Add Data
Reports
Data Transfer
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Data Transfer
Menu
If you use the Accu-Chek Aviva Combo meter
together with an Accu-Chek Spirit Combo insulin
pump, you should always read the data from both
devices at the same time in order to get information
that is as complete as possible (especially concerning
bolus quantities and basal rates).
Transferring Data
Data Transfer
Complete
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3.4
Accu-Chek Compact/Integra
The Accu-Chek Compact/Integra meter has a built-in
infrared port for data transfer. In order to read data from
these devices, proceed as follows:
Accu-Chek Smart Pix user's manual
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Place the device no more than 10 cm away from the
infrared window on the Accu-Chek Smart Pix device.
Both infrared windows must be facing one another.
•
Switch the meter on by pressing the SET and MEMO
buttons simultaneously. The device is now switched
on and in data transfer mode, without advancing
a new test strip.
•
The display shows two arrows, and data transfer starts
automatically.
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3.5
Accu-Chek Compact Plus
The Accu-Chek Compact Plus meter has a built-in infrared
port for data transfer. In order to read data from these
devices, proceed as follows:
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•
Place the device no more than 10 cm away from the
infrared window on the Accu-Chek Smart Pix device.
Both infrared windows must be facing one another.
•
Switch the meter on by pressing the S and M buttons
simultaneously. The device is now switched on and in
data transfer mode, without advancing a new test
strip.
•
The display shows two arrows, and data transfer starts
automatically.
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3.6
Accu-Chek Go
The Accu-Chek Go meter has a built-in infrared port for data
transfer. In order to read data from these devices, proceed as
follows:
•
Place the device no more than 10 cm away from the
infrared window on the Accu-Chek Smart Pix device.
Both infrared windows must be facing one another.
•
Switch the meter on by keeping the M button pressed
for more than 3 seconds.
•
The display shows “PC”, and data transfer starts
automatically.
If you have the Accu-Chek Go meter version shown in the
illustration to the left, proceed as follows:
Accu-Chek Smart Pix user's manual
•
Place the device no more than 10 cm away from the
infrared window on the Accu-Chek Smart Pix device.
Both infrared windows must be facing one another.
•
Switch the meter on by pressing the
buttons simultaneously.
•
The display shows “PC”, and data transfer starts
automatically.
and
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3.7
Accu-Chek Mobile
The Accu-Chek Mobile meter has a built-in infrared port for
data transfer. In order to read data from these devices,
proceed as follows:
•
Place the device no more than 10 cm away from the
infrared window on the Accu-Chek Smart Pix device.
Both infrared windows must be facing one another.
•
Keep the
turns on
•
Wait for the display check to be completed and the
Transfer data menu to be displayed.
•
In the Transfer data menu, select For analysis and press
.
and
buttons pressed until the meter
The connection is now established, and the data is
transferred. When data transfer has been completed, the
Transfer finished display is shown for two seconds. Then, the
meter turns off.
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3.8
Accu-Chek Sensor/Advantage
5
The Accu-Chek Sensor/Advantage meters use the contacts
for the code chip as an interface for data transfer. In order to
read data from these devices, proceed as follows:
•
Leave the device switched off during the entire
process.
•
Remove the code chip from the meter.
•
Remove the Accu-Chek IR Key 5 from the slot on the
back of the Accu-Chek Smart Pix device (if that is
where you store it).
•
Insert the Accu-Chek IR Key into the meter in place of
the code chip.
•
Place the device no more than 10 cm away from the
infrared window on the Accu-Chek Smart Pix device.
Both infrared windows must be facing one another.
•
Data transfer starts automatically.
When data transfer has been completed and the report is
displayed on the screen:
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•
Remove the Accu-Chek IR Key from the meter and
return it to the place where you normally store it (e.g.
the slot on the back of the Accu-Chek Smart Pix
device).
•
Re-insert the code chip into the meter.
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3.9
Accu-Chek Comfort
5
The Accu-Chek Comfort meters use the contacts for the
code chip as an interface for data transfer. In order to read
data from these devices, proceed as follows:
•
Leave the device switched off during the entire
process.
•
Remove the code chip from the meter.
•
Remove the Accu-Chek IR Key 5 from the slot on the
back of the Accu-Chek Smart Pix device (if that is
where you store it).
•
Insert the Accu-Chek IR Key into the meter in place of
the code chip.
•
Place the device no more than 10 cm away from the
infrared window on the Accu-Chek Smart Pix device.
Both infrared windows must be facing one another.
•
Data transfer starts automatically.
When data transfer has been completed and the report is
displayed on the screen:
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•
Remove the Accu-Chek IR Key from the meter and
return it to the place where you normally store it (e.g.
the slot on the back of the Accu-Chek Smart Pix
device).
•
Re-insert the code chip into the meter.
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3.10 Accu-Chek Performa/Performa Nano
The Accu-Chek Performa/Performa Nano meter has a builtin infrared port for data transfer. In order to read data from
these devices, proceed as follows:
Accu-Chek Smart Pix user's manual
•
Place the device no more than 10 cm away from the
infrared window on the Accu-Chek Smart Pix device.
Both infrared windows must be facing one another.
•
Switch the meter on by keeping the
and
buttons pressed simultaneously until two alternately
flashing arrows appear on the display. Data transfer
starts automatically.
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3.11 Accu-Chek Performa Combo/Performa Expert
The Accu-Chek Performa Combo/Performa Expert meter has
a built-in infrared port for data transfer. In order to read data
from these devices, proceed as follows:
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My Data
Settings
10:00
•
Place the device no more than 10 cm away from the
infrared window on the Accu-Chek Smart Pix device.
Both infrared windows must be facing one another.
•
In the main menu, select My Data and press
•
Select Data Transfer and press
.
.
The data is now transferred. When data transfer has been
completed, the Complete display is shown for three seconds.
Then, the meter turns off.
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View Data
Add Data
Reports
Data Transfer
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Data Transfer
Menu
If you use the Accu-Chek Performa Combo meter
together with an Accu-Chek Spirit Combo insulin
pump, you should always read data from both devices
at the same time in order to get information that is as
complete as possible (especially concerning bolus
quantities and basal rates).
Transferring Data
Data Transfer
Complete
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3.12 Accu-Chek Pocket Compass software
Accu-Chek
The Accu-Chek Pocket Compass software uses the infrared
port of a handheld computer for data transfer. In order to
read data from the handheld computer, proceed as follows:
10:05 am 3/20/05
Data Transfer
Diary
•
Place the handheld computer no more than 10 cm
away from the infrared window on the Accu-Chek
Smart Pix device. Both infrared windows must be
facing one another.
•
Turn the handheld on and start the Accu-Chek Pocket
Compass software.
Sync. Devices
•
On the main menu screen, touch Data Transfer.
Information
•
Then touch Export Data.
•
Data transfer starts automatically.
Reports
Health Management
Options
Data Transfer
Import Data
3/20/05
Export Data
Menu
Export Data
Transferring data...
Cancel
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3.13 Accu-Chek Voicemate Plus
The Accu-Chek Voicemate Plus voice unit has a built-in
infrared port for data transfer. In order to read data from
these devices, proceed as follows:
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•
Place the device no more than 10 cm away from the
infrared window on the Accu-Chek Smart Pix device.
Both infrared windows must be facing one another.
On the Accu-Chek Voicemate Plus voice unit, the
infrared port is located on the right side of the device
near the numeric keypad.
•
Switch on the voice unit, press the 0 key once and the
3 key twice (Data transfer menu, Transfer data to PC
via IR).
•
Data transfer starts automatically.
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3.14 Insulin pump Accu-Chek D-TRONplus (and Disetronic D-TRONplus)
The Accu-Chek D-TRONplus (Disetronic D-TRONplus)
insulin pump has a built-in infrared port for data transfer. In
order to read data from these devices, proceed as follows:
•
Place the device no more than 10 cm away from the
infrared window on the Accu-Chek Smart Pix device.
Both infrared windows must be facing one another.
•
Make sure that your Accu-Chek (Disetronic)
DTRONplus insulin pump is in STOP mode and that
the key lock (KeyLock) is deactivated or unlocked.
•
Press the
button 4 times to select the “Data
Transfer” function.
•
Confirm the selection with the
button. The built-in
infrared port is now activated, and data transfer starts
automatically.
When data transfer has been completed and the report is
displayed on the screen:
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Press the
button to quit data transfer mode.
•
Resume operation of the insulin pump (RUN mode)
so as not to interrupt the supply of insulin according
to your basal rate for longer than necessary.
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3.15 Accu-Chek Spirit insulin pump
The Accu-Chek Spirit insulin pump has a built-in infrared
port for data transfer. In order to read data from these
devices, proceed as follows:
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DATA
COMMUNICATION
DATA TRANSFER
•
Place the device no more than 10 cm away from the
infrared window on the Accu-Chek Smart Pix device.
Both infrared windows must be facing one another.
•
Make sure that your Accu-Chek Spirit insulin pump is
in STOP mode.
•
Press the
button repeatedly until the DATA
COMMUNICATION function is displayed.
•
Confirm the selection with the
button. The builtin infrared port is now activated, and data transfer
starts automatically.
When data transfer has been completed and the report is
displayed on the screen:
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•
Press the
button to quit data transfer mode.
•
Resume operation of the insulin pump (RUN mode)
so as not to interrupt the supply of insulin according
to your basal rate for longer than necessary.
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3.16 Accu-Chek Spirit Combo insulin pump
The Accu-Chek Spirit Combo insulin pump has a built-in
infrared port for data transfer. In order to read data from
these devices, proceed as follows:
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DATA
TRANSFER
•
Place the device no more than 10 cm away from the
infrared window on the Accu-Chek Smart Pix device.
Both infrared windows must be facing one another.
•
Make sure that your Accu-Chek Spirit Combo insulin
pump is in STOP mode.
•
Press the
button repeatedly until the DATA
TRANSFER screen is displayed.
•
Confirm the selection with the
•
Press the
button again to start data transfer. The
built-in infrared port is now activated, and data
transfer starts automatically.
DATATRANSFER
When data transfer has been completed and the report is
displayed on the screen:
START
DATATRANSFER
STOP
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button.
•
Press the
button to quit data transfer mode.
•
Resume operation of the insulin pump (RUN mode)
so as not to interrupt the supply of insulin according
to your basal rate for longer than necessary.
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3.17 Note on time settings for the Accu-Chek insulin pumps
If you have to correct the time set in your Accu-Chek insulin
pump, please observe the following:
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Do not change the time on your Accu-Chek insulin
pump if you have programmed time-based changes
of insulin delivery (e.g. temporary basal rate, extended
bolus or multiwave bolus) and this change is still in
effect (i.e. the programmed period of time has not yet
elapsed).
In this case, the Accu-Chek Smart Pix system may not be
able to analyse the stored insulin pump data. Therefore, only
change the time set in your insulin pump if it is in STOP
mode.
If you want to reset the time programmed in your Accu-Chek
insulin pump (e.g. at the end of the summer time or due to
time zone changes when travelling to Western directions)
and to analyse the existing data using the Accu-Chek
Smart Pix system:
i
Before changing the time, read the existing data from
your Accu-Chek insulin pump. The next time data is
read, the Accu-Chek Smart Pix system only analyses
the insulin pump data which was stored after the
time was reset.
If you use your insulin pump together with a blood glucose
meter and want to analyse the data of both devices using the
Accu-Chek Smart Pix system, always change the time for all
devices at once. This ensures that the information
represented in the reports is assigned correctly. Combined
reports are only created for devices having the same date
and time settings.
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4
Accu-Chek Report
If you have initiated the transfer of data from a meter, an
insulin pump or the Accu-Chek Pocket Compass software, as
described in the previous chapter, the following now occurs:
•
The top/bottom dots on the status indicator flash
quickly during the data transfer. Make sure not to
move the devices during this process, so as not to
interfere with the data transfer.
•
When the data has been transferred, the Accu-Chek
Smart Pix system prepares the reports. The two left/
right dots on the status indicator flash (more slowly)
during this process.
•
When the reports have been completed, the centre of
the status indicator is lit continuously. This means the
reports are now available on the computer and the
device search has been switched off (standby mode).
The data stored in the meter or insulin pump is not deleted
after data transfer.
The Accu-Chek Smart Pix system creates reports
(Accu-Chek Report) with various graphic and statistical
analyses. All the elements of a report are always available on
the screen. Your decision on which report elements to print
out can be made on a case-by-case basis.
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4.1
Printing reports
All the reports displayed on the screen can also be printed
out.
Do not use the integrated print function of the browser to
print one or more reports after data transfer, instead use the
special print functions offered by the Accu-Chek Smart Pix
system.
•
In any view of the report, click on the Create Report
button on the menu bar.
•
Select the reports you want to prepare for printing.
•
Now click on the Create Report button at the bottom
of the screen.
•
In the preview that is now displayed, click on the Print
button.
•
In the next dialog box, you can select the printer and
configure it if necessary. Click on the Print button
when you want to start printing the report on the
printer you have selected.
•
Close the window showing the print preview.
If you only wish to print the currently displayed analysis, use
the Print Page button below the relevant report.
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4.2
Blood glucose: general information about the reports
Types of report
The Accu-Chek Smart Pix system creates single-page or
multi-page reports for defined periods (e.g. the last 2 or
4 weeks). The period of time and the style of the report have
been set during configuration. A (blood glucose) report can
generally contain any of the following elements:
[1]
Trend Graph
[2]
Day Graph
[3]
Week Graph
[4]
Metabolic Control
[5]
Distribution
[6]
Logbook
[7]
Overview
[8]
Record List
The illustration on the left shows examples of the printed
version of the report.
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Evaluated data
During creation of the individual analyses, the data read is
checked by the Accu-Chek Smart Pix system. The following
data is not included in the statistical analysis:
•
Test results outside the period selected
•
Test results saved without date and time
•
Tests with control solution
•
Invalid/deleted tests
•
Tests outside the measuring range
(marked Hi/Lo)
You will find some of this information summarized in the
overview (e.g. number of Hi/Lo results) or in the logbook and
the record list (e.g. results without a date or time, tests with
control solution).
Existing target range definitions are only adopted from the
Accu-Chek Pocket Compass software. Apart from that, the
settings made during configuration of the Accu-Chek
Smart Pix system apply.
Please note the following when using the Accu-Chek
Smart Pix system with several meters:
To ensure that the report belonging to a
particular meter is displayed, compare the serial
number on the meter with the serial number
displayed in the report.
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Report Styles
For some analyses a style is defined, either Detailed
, during configuration of the Accu-Chek
or Trends
Smart Pix system. These two styles offer different types of
presentation for identical information. You can choose from
these styles for each of the following analyses individually:
•
Trend Graph
•
Day Graph
•
Week Graph
Detailed
These analyses are represented in linear
form. Each test result is plotted along the time axis according
to the time when the test was performed. Test results
performed within a 10 hour period are connected by a line.
This creates (angular) “curves” which, together with the
actual test result entry, make it possible to obtain a detailed
analysis of individual results and trends.
Insulin and carbohydrate amounts (displayed in the upper
and lower edge of the report, if transferred by the device)
can only be displayed in this report style.
Trends
These analyses are time block-related, i.e.
all the test results within a certain period are assigned to a
single time block. The figures displayed are the mean value,
the variance, the minimum and the maximum of those test
results. A selective analysis of individual results is not
possible, but it is easier to make statements about general
trends within certain periods of time (time blocks/days/
weekdays).
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Graphic elements of the reports
On all reports, you will find legends explaining the meaning
of individual elements. Here are detailed explanations of the
various elements.
Colours When flagging blood glucose values, the same
colours have the same meaning in all blood glucose
analyses, irrespective of the particular graphic element being
used. On the reports, you will find the following colour codes:
•
Dark blue means “above target range”. This colour is
used:
– within the Distribution bar charts
– in the Logbook and the Record List
•
Yellow means “within target range”. This colour is
used:
– as background colour for the Trend Graph, Day
Graph and Week Graph reports
– within the Distribution bar charts
•
Red means “below target range” or “Hypo”. This
colour is used:
– within the Distribution bar charts
– in the Logbook and the Record List
Individual test results below the hypo limit and results
marked “Hypo Symptoms” are also displayed in red.
•
Green indicates those days that are usually nonworking days.
Insulin values are also shown in different colours, however,
the meanings mentioned above (for blood glucose results)
do not apply for insulin values. The colours are only used as
a means to distinguish different insulin types.
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Symbols (Detailed)
Test results are plotted on
the analysis using various symbols that give additional
information:
Mean value for the respective time interval.
Blood glucose result without any additional information.
Results below the hypo limit are shown in red.
Blood glucose result before
or after
below the hypo limit are shown in red.
meal. Results
Result outside the measuring range (indicated on the meter
as HI or LO)
Blood glucose result above 400 mg/dL or 25 mmol/L.
Blood glucose result (any symbol inside the red circle)
accompanied by hypo(glycemic) symptoms.
Blood glucose result (any symbol inside the black circle) with
a user-defined event (marked with an asterisk * on the blood
glucose meter).
Insulin amount for insulin 1 , 2 or 3 respectively. Insulin
amounts are plotted on the chart from the top downwards.
Carbohydrate amounts; represented at the lower edge in
some analyses. The carbohydrate amount is indicated by the
height of the single block (or the bar, which consists of
several blocks). The bars shown in this illustration (from left
to right) represent the following amounts:
– Block 1: 2.5 g
– Block 2: 5.0 g
– Block 3: 7.5 g
– Bar 4 (3 blocks of 10 g each): 30 g
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Symbols (Trends)
Here the analysis does not
cover individual test results but mean values in relation to
certain time intervals. Here you will find the following
symbols:
Mean value for the respective time interval.
Standard deviation within a time interval.
Maximum value or minimum value within a time interval.
Maximum value/minimum value outside the measuring
range (Hi/Lo).
Symbols (record lists and logbook) The following
additional symbols are used in the analysis lists:
User-defined event, e.g. Alternative Site Testing (AST)
Hypo
Carbohydrate amount
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Test results which have been imported from the Accu-Chek
Pocket Compass software may include additional information
(events) which is not represented by symbols. Such events
are indicated by a number or letter in the comments column
of the record list style. The meanings of these codes are
shown in the following table:
Code
Event
3
Snack
20
Fasting
23
Before exercise
24
After exercise
29
Stress
31
Illness
35
Oral medication
36
User-defined
M
Manually entered test result
The symbols previously described are used for all other
events.
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4.3
Blood glucose: content of the report
Trend Graph
Detailed: This analysis shows the trend for several test
results over the time range selected. The results which can
be shown in this analysis are the following:
•
Blood glucose results
•
Insulin amounts
•
Carbohydrate amounts
You will find the days and months along the horizontal (x)
axis and the blood glucose results along the vertical (y) axis.
For your guidance, the blood glucose results (represented by
various symbols) are connected through a line, provided the
various tests are no more than 10 hours apart. You will find
the meanings of the various symbols in brief in the legend
and in detail on page 4-8.
For further guidance, you can see the set target range in the
background of the chart (in the form of a yellow bar) and the
hypo threshold (in the form of a red line). Days that are
usually non-working days (weekends) are marked with an
additional green bar on the horizontal axis.
In addition to the thin connecting line between the various
blood glucose results, you will also see a (thicker) blue curve;
the day-to-day development of the mean blood glucose level.
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This is also where you will find a display of insulin doses (if
transferred by the meter). Each insulin dose is plotted on the
chart from the top downwards and you can read the relevant
levels off the upper area of the right-hand y-axis.
At the lower edge of the analysis, carbohydrate amounts are
shown (if stored in the meter). To facilitate evaluation of the
amounts, the bars are divided into small separate blocks.
Each block represents a carbohydrate amount of 10 g;
smaller blocks stand for a corresponding fraction of that
amount (2.5 g, 5 g or 7.5 g). In the lower area of the righthand y-axis, you will find the scale for the carbohydrate
amounts.
Trends: Here you will find the mean level for each
individual day from the selected time range, in the form of
a single block (black box containing a horizontal line) for the
respective date. The standard deviation, minimum levels and
maximum levels, etc. are plotted according to the symbols on
page 4-8.
When you position the mouse cursor over a value bar, a
tooltip (help text) will appear at this place after a short period
of time which displays the related figures. These figures are:
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n: Number of analysed test results.
•
MBG: Mean value of all analysed results.
•
SD: Standard deviation or variance of the analysed
results.
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Day Graph
This analysis is used to make it easier to recognise patterns
repeated daily. For this purpose, all the data is placed on
a 24-hour grid. As a result all the tests performed at
(approximately) the same time of day are shown at the same
position on the time axis. If these time blocks are defined in
the meter, the information will be evaluated when the time
axis is set out. If they are not, the time block settings in the
Accu-Chek Smart Pix configuration will be used. The analysis
can be displayed in two different styles of presentation.
The one which appears on your report is defined during
configuration.
Detailed: All the blood glucose levels are plotted at the
relevant time of day according to the time when the test was
performed. Levels that have been determined within a period
of 10 hours are connected by a black line in chronological
order. A (thicker) blue curve represents the development of
the mean level (in intervals of one hour if a test result falls in
each interval). Time block boundaries are represented by
vertical grey lines.
This is also where you will find a display of insulin doses (if
stored in the meter). Each insulin dose is plotted on the chart
from the top downwards and you can read the relevant levels
off the upper area of the right-hand y-axis.
At the lower edge of the analysis, carbohydrate amounts are
shown (if stored in the meter). In the lower area of the righthand y-axis, you will find the scale for the carbohydrate
amounts.
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Trends: All the blood glucose levels are assigned to one of
eight time blocks according to the time when the test was
performed. In this way eight areas are created within which
you are shown the average (black box containing a horizontal line), the standard deviation (blue bar), the minimum level
and the maximum level. The start and end of the time blocks
are plotted on the x-axis.
When you position the mouse cursor over a value bar, a
tooltip (help text) will appear at this place after a short period
of time which displays the related figures. These figures are:
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n: Number of analysed test results.
•
MBG: Mean value of all analysed results.
•
SD: Standard deviation or variance of the analysed
results.
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Week Graph
This analysis is also used to make it easier to recognise
repeated patterns, but in this case it depends on the day of
the week. For example, it is possible to recognise changes in
the metabolic situation brought about by your occupation. As
in the case of the Day Graph, there are two different styles
available for this analysis.
Detailed: All the blood glucose levels are plotted on the
chart according to the time when the test was performed and
the respective day of the week. Here too, levels which are no
more than 10 hours apart are connected by lines in chronological order to make things clearer. The connecting lines are
also drawn beyond week limits (if applicable). A (thicker)
blue curve represents the development of the mean level on
the different days of the week.
This is also where you will find a display of insulin doses (if
stored in the meter). Each insulin dose is plotted on the chart
from the top downwards and you can read the relevant levels
off the upper area of the right-hand y-axis.
At the lower edge of the analysis, carbohydrate amounts are
shown (if transferred by the meter). In the lower area of the
right-hand y-axis, you will find the scale for the carbohydrate
amounts.
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Trends: All the blood glucose levels are assigned to one
of the seven days of the week according to the date.
Accordingly, you will see seven blocks indicating the average
(black box containing a horizontal line), the standard
deviation (blue bar), the minimum level and the maximum
level of the relevant day of the week.
When you position the mouse cursor over a value bar, a
tooltip (help text) will appear at this place after a short period
of time which displays the related figures. These figures are:
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n: Number of analysed test results.
•
MBG: Mean value from all analysed results.
•
SD: Standard deviation or variance of the analysed
results.
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Metabolic Control
For each day of the period analysed the mean blood glucose
level (MBG) and the standard deviation (SD/variance of the
levels) are calculated. These two results together provide the
coordinates at which one entry (per day) is made on the chart.
The mean blood glucose level is plotted along the y-axis
while the standard deviation is plotted along the x-axis.
This type of presentation produces a “point cloud”. To allow
faster assessment of the metabolic situation based on this
general picture, the chart is split up into four “quadrants”.
Each of these quadrants represents a certain constitution of
the metabolic situation and is described by the attributes
“stable/unstable” (depending on the standard deviation) and
“low/high” (depending on the mean blood glucose levels).
Each quadrant thus has two attributes.
Example:
Mean blood glucose levels below 150 mg/dL (or 8.3 mmol/L)
with a standard deviation of less than 50 mg/dL (or
2.8 mmol/L) are plotted in the left lower quadrant
(“stable-low”). If both levels are above those limits, the entry
is made in the right upper quadrant (“unstable-high”).
Two ellipses are plotted, centred around the mean level of all
represented levels (marked by a blue cross). They illustrate
the variance of the daily mean levels and the daily blood
glucose variations over the selected period as a simple
(1 SD) and two-fold (2 SD) standard deviation of the levels
displayed.
Good metabolic control can be recognised by as many dots
as possible in the “stable-low” quadrant (bottom left); there
should, however, have been no cases of hypoglycemia, or as
few as possible in the relevant period.
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In addition to the graphical display, you will also find
statistical information on the values which were included in
the analysis. These are:
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Evaluated results: Number of evaluated blood
glucose results in the period selected.
•
BG test frequency: Average number of blood
glucose tests per day for each day of the selected
period. In addition, the statistical information also
contains the value (in brackets) for those days only
on which a test was performed at least once.
•
Mean BG (MBG): Mean value from all analysed
results.
•
Standard deviation (SD): Standard deviation or
variance of the analysed results.
•
SD/MBG: This value indicates the variation of the
blood glucose levels with reference to the mean value.
If the mean value is in the desired range, a ratio of less
than 50 % (or better: 30 %) indicates a desirable low
variation and thus a good metabolic control.
•
MBG (before/after meal): Mean value from all
results which have been obtained before or after
meals and have been flagged in the meter accordingly.
Values are displayed only when appropriate
information is stored in the meter.
•
High/low BG index: These figures represent the
frequency and the resulting risk of blood glucose
levels being too low or too high (see literary
references on page 4-43). Figures should be as low as
possible.
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Distribution
For each time block, you will find a bar chart here which
represents the percentages of levels above, within and below
the target range. The eight consecutive time blocks are
arranged next to each other. The right part of the bar chart
(blue background) shows a summary of the corresponding
information for the whole day.
Below the bar chart, you can see the number of
hypoglycemic situations (Hypos) that occurred for each time
block along with the number (n) of test results obtained and
evaluated for the respective time block.
If the time blocks are defined in the meter, this information
is used. If they are not, the time block settings in the
Accu-Chek Smart Pix configuration are used.
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Logbook
The logbook creates an overview of blood glucose results in
table form. The table of values (sorted by date and time
blocks) is created according to the date and time information
of the blood glucose results. You can specify whether the
table is sorted in ascending or descending order under
settings (see page 2-12). The date range displayed is shown
in the title of the table.
At the bottom you will find statistical analyses of all the test
results plotted. The number of tests, the blood glucose
average and the standard deviation are determined for each
time block. In addition the minimum and maximum results,
the high/low BG index and the number of test results above
(Hi) and below (Lo) the measuring range are displayed.
If the meter transfers the blood glucose result information
before meal
or after meal , an advanced statistical
analysis will appear. The eight time blocks defined are
divided into four groups, each containing one meal and the
period preceding and following the meal. Mean values and
standard deviations are calculated separately (before/after
meal) for each of these groups. The average change of the
blood glucose test result for paired values is also calculated.
Such a paired value is the result of a test being performed
before the meal
and a second test being performed after
the meal and following the first test within a period of one
to two hours.
If the evaluated period contains blood glucose levels which
are marked with the event User-defined, a separate statistic
is calculated and displayed for these.
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If there are levels without any indication of date or time, they
are also displayed on a separate list (sorted according to
their order in the device memory). The level measured last is
in the top left position. In such a case, the statistical analyses
can only be displayed for all the levels because it is not
possible to assign them to time blocks.
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Overview
The report element “Overview” contains general and
statistical information about the levels processed for the time
range selected. Here you will find the following information
(in the order shown here):
Report title
•
Report period: Period (according to configuration)
with the most recent date.
•
Meter(s) (symbol): Displays the meter used and its
serial number. If you are using several meters (see
page 2-13), the symbol
is displayed with all read
serial numbers.
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Report period: Period (according to configuration)
with the most recent date.
•
Evaluated results Number of evaluated blood
glucose results in the period selected.
•
Maximum/Mean BG/Minimum: Highest and
lowest blood glucose level which was measured in the
period selected, and the average of all the levels
measured.
•
SD: Standard deviation or variance of the analysed
results.
•
BG Test Frequency: Average number of blood
glucose tests per day for each day of the period
selected. In addition, the statistical information also
contains the value (in brackets) for those days only
on which a test was performed at least once.
•
Target Range: The target range used for evaluation.
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Hypo limit: Blood glucose levels below this threshold
are marked as hypoglycemia.
•
High/low BG index: These figures represent the
frequency and the resulting risk of blood glucose
levels being too low or too high (see literary
references on page 4-43). Figures should be as low
as possible.
•
Hi/Lo: Number of test results above (Hi) and below
(Lo) the measuring range.
•
Controls: Number of tests with control solution.
Device:
•
Serial number: Serial number of the meter.
•
Date/Time: Time setting of the meter when the report
is created.
If you are using several meters, this information is repeated
for each meter.
•
Stored Results: Total number of test results in the
device(s), with timeframe details (from ... to).
Additional information
This information is only displayed if required:
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Values without Date/Time: Number of test results
which were stored without date or time information.
•
Values with warnings: Number of test results which
were stored with temperature warning, expiry note,
etc.
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Record List
The record list shows the test results sorted by date and time
of the test. You can specify whether this list is sorted in
ascending or descending order under settings, (see
page 2-12). All the blood glucose results are shown in
chronological order together with additional information
(events, insulin, etc.) The example opposite has been
shortened.
At the bottom you will find statistical analyses of all the test
results plotted. The number of tests, the blood glucose
average and the standard deviation are determined. In
addition the minimum and maximum results, the high/low
BG index and the number of test results above (Hi) and
below (Lo) the measuring range are displayed.
If the meter transfers the blood glucose result information
before meal
or after meal , an advanced statistical
analysis will appear. Mean values and standard deviations
are calculated separately for test results before and after
meals. The average change of the blood glucose test result
for paired values is also calculated. Such a paired value is the
result of a test being performed before the meal
and a
second test being performed after
the meal and following
the first test within a period of one to two hours.
If the evaluated period contains blood glucose levels which
are marked with the event User-defined, a separate statistic
is calculated and displayed for these.
In addition, levels without date and time information as well
as levels which were determined using control solution are
each listed in separate statistics.
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4.4
Insulin pump: general information about the reports
Types of report
The Accu-Chek Smart Pix system creates single-page or
multi-page reports for defined periods (e.g. the last 1 or
2 weeks). The period has been defined in configuration.
An (insulin pump) report can contain any of the following
elements:
[1]
Trend Graph
[2]
Day Graph
[3]
Week Graph
[4]
Basal Rates
[5]
Basal Bolus
[6]
Long Term Overview
[7]
Lists (Bolus, Basal, Events)
The illustration on the left shows examples of the printed
version of the report.
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Graphic elements of the reports
On all reports, you will find legends explaining the meaning
of individual elements. Here are detailed explanations of the
various elements.
Symbols On the insulin pump reports, you will find the
following symbols:
Basal rates (represented in the Trend Graph)
Mean total basal amount per day (Basal Bolus)
Basal profile
Changes to the basal rate (Basal Bolus)
Changes to the basal rate (with designation, Trend Graph)
Temporary increase in basal rate
Temporary decrease in basal rate
Active basal rate (Long Term Overview)
Switch to a named basal profile (e.g. “A”)
Switch from a named basal profile (e.g. “A”) to another
named basal profile (e.g. “B”)
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Total of basal insulin + bolus insulin per day
Standard bolus, represented in charts from the top
downwards
Scroll bolus, represented in charts from the top
downwards
Extended bolus, represented in charts from the top
downwards ; the width of the bar shows the duration of
the delivery
Multiwave bolus, represented in charts from the top
downwards ; the width of the bar shows the duration of
the extended portion
Bolus Advice; always appears in combination with one of the
four bolus type symbols described above. These boluses
have been calculated with a bolus calculator (from a
respective meter). Bolus advice is only displayed if the bolus
has been delivered and is thus stored in the pump.
Prime infusion set
Return of piston rod (cartridge change)
Insulin pump run
Insulin pump stop
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Insulin pump: content of the report
Trend Graph
This analysis shows the trend in insulin dosage over the time
range selected. You will find the days and months along the
horizontal (x) axis and the respective amounts of insulin
delivered along the vertical (y) axis.
The basal rate chart is at the bottom, and the individual
boluses are shown at the top. Therefore, you will find the
basal rate scale along the left-hand y-axis (from the bottom
upwards) and the scale for the boluses along the right-hand
y-axis (from the top downwards).
In addition to the actual insulin dose, various events are also
shown. These are:
•
Pump events (in this case: black symbols on the chart)
•
Switch of basal profile (in this case: blue “flag”
symbolises a switch to basal profile 1)
•
Changes in basal rate (in this case: basal profile 3)
You will find the meanings of the various symbols in brief in
the legend and in detail on page 4-25.
As in the blood glucose analysis, the days that are usually
non-working days (weekends) are marked with an additional
green bar on the horizontal axis.
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Day Graph
This analysis is used (as with blood glucose) to make it easier
to recognise and display patterns repeated daily. For this
purpose, all data is placed on a 24-hour grid. This allows you
to easily recognise frequent manual basal rate changes at
certain times, for example, thus it would be easier to
generally adjust the basal rate.
The mean basal rate is displayed as a blue filled-in area,
while the maximum and minimum basal rate at the
respective time of day is shown as a thin blue line.
On this chart, you will find not only basal rates and boluses
but also information about the start and stop of the insulin
pump and about temporary decreases and increases in the
basal rate.
Week Graph
This analysis is also used (as with the Day Graph) to make it
easier to recognise repeated patterns (e.g. repeated basal
rate changes), but in this case it depends on the day of the
week.
On this chart, you will find not only basal rates and boluses
but also information about basal rate changes and the
selection of basal profiles.
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Basal Rates
This analysis displays the basal rates set in the insulin pump
at the time of data transfer in order to facilitate comparison.
The currently active basal profile can be identified by the
thicker dark blue line. The total daily amounts of the
respective profiles are indicated below the chart, and the
active basal profile is highlighted.
You can change this view to obtain a table view of the basal
rates.
•
Click directly on the graphic view of the basal rates to
switch to the table view.
•
Click directly on the table view of the basal rate to
switch back to the graphic view.
The table view contains the specified amount of insulin per
hour as a numeric value in a 24-hour grid. If the insulin pump
allows several basal profiles to be defined, these are
displayed below each other. The active basal profile is
highlighted.
If you want to print the table view, click on the Print Page
button. Unlike the graphic view, the table view cannot be
selected and printed via the Create Report function (see
page 4-2).
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Basal Bolus
The Basal Bolus analysis in table form shows the (absolute
and relative) frequency with which, for example, a certain
basal profile or a certain bolus type was used.
Basal
Here you can see, for example, how often the basal rate of a
certain basal profile was temporarily increased or decreased
and for how long that changed state was valid (as a percentage). Frequent changes and/or long use times with manually
changed basal rates might make it advisable to perform
a general adjustment.
The number of times the basal rate has been reprogrammed
is displayed in the last column. For the sake of completeness,
the Basal table also includes the times when the insulin
pump was in STOP.
Bolus
This table shows both the (relative) frequency of use with
regard to certain types of bolus and their average number
per day. The proportion of boluses which have been
delivered using bolus advice is represented in a different
colour (orange).
Means per day
Here you will find the basal and bolus means and their
percentage of the total amount.
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Long Term Overview
The Long Term Overview report element contains general and
statistical information about the figures imported. The time
range of this analysis may be different from that of other
analyses because longer periods (up to 12 weeks) are
analysed. Here you will find the following information (in the
order shown here):
Report title
•
Report period: Period (according to configuration)
with the most recent date.
•
Insulin pump (symbol): Displays the insulin pump
used and its serial number.
Device:
•
Serial number: Serial number of the insulin pump.
•
Date/Time: Date and time on the insulin pump at the
time of data transfer.
•
Remaining Use Time: Remaining time of use for this
insulin pump.
•
BR Profile Selections: The frequency (per week)
with which the insulin pump was switched over to
a different basal profile.
•
Time and Date Settings: The time and date
information was re-entered this number of times (e.g.
on account of summer time, transcontinental flights,
etc.)
The table shows the percentage of certain basal profiles
(and times when the insulin pump was in STOP). The
currently active basal profile is marked with a tick
.
Additional information
This information contains error messages and warnings (and
their number) which were stored in the insulin pump.
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Lists
The three groups of information, Bolus, Basal and Events are
also output in the form of lists. You can specify whether this
list is sorted in ascending or descending order under
settings, (see page 2-12). On these lists, you will find detailed
documentation of each individual event stored in the insulin
pump, including date and time. Boluses which have been
delivered using bolus advice are flagged with the
corresponding symbol .
To see all the lists, please use the scroll bar on the right-hand
side. The examples opposite have been shortened.
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4.6
Blood glucose and insulin pump: combined report
If you analyse data from a blood glucose meter together with
data from an insulin pump, combined analyses of the
simultaneously obtained information can provide useful
indications for therapy. In addition to the individual blood
glucose and insulin pump analyses a combined report is
therefore available.
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If you want to analyse the data of several devices
together, the devices must be synchronized, i.e. all
devices involved should have the same date and time
settings. Deviations of ± 5 minutes maximum are
tolerated; if the deviation is greater, no combined
reports are created.
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Types of report
The Accu-Chek Smart Pix system creates single-page or
multi-page reports for defined periods (e.g. the last 2 or
4 weeks). The period of the combined report is the shortest
relevant period set for the blood glucose or insulin pump
reports. The blood glucose levels are always displayed in the
Detailed style, irrespective of the selected setting for the
individual blood glucose report. A combined report can
contain any of the following elements:
[1]
Trend Graph
[2]
Day Graph
[3]
Week Graph
[4]
Overview
[5]
Record List
The illustration on the left shows examples of the printed
version of the report.
Graphic elements of the reports
On all reports, you will find legends explaining the meaning
of individual elements. For detailed explanations of the
various elements, see the preceding descriptions of the
blood glucose and insulin pump reports on page 4-8 and
page 4-25.
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Trend Graph
This analysis shows you the trend in test results and insulin
pump data over the time range selected. You will find the
days and months along the horizontal (x) axis and the
respective blood glucose levels determined along the vertical
(y) axis. This is also where you will find a display of insulin
doses (bolus insulin and basal rate). Delivered bolus insulin
amounts are plotted in the chart from the top downwards;
the basal rate (blue curve) is displayed in the lower section of
the chart. The related values can be seen on the right-hand
y-axis (blue, from the bottom upwards = basal rate; and red,
from the top downwards = bolus insulin dose).
This representation does not display the mean blood glucose
level and the pump events. If required, you can find this
information in the individual reports as described on
page 4-10 and page 4-27.
Day Graph
As with the individual reports, this view makes it easier to
identify patterns that repeat on a daily basis. Here, too, all
data is placed in a 24-hour-grid, making it easier to see the
connection between insulin doses (bolus and basal) and
measured blood glucose levels in relation to the time of day.
All the information is plotted at the relevant time of day
according to the time when the test was performed.
The elements used in the display correspond to those in the
Trend Graph report.
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Week Graph
This analysis is also used to make it easier to recognise
repeated patterns, but in this case depends on the day of the
week. All the information is plotted on the chart according to
the time the test was performed and the respective day of
the week.
The elements used in the display correspond to those in the
Trend Graph report.
Overview
The report element “Overview” contains general and
statistical information about the levels processed for the time
range selected. Here you will find the following information
(in the order shown here):
Report title
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•
Report period: Period (according to configuration)
with the most recent date.
•
Meter/Insulin pump (symbols): Displays the meter
and the insulin pump used. If you are using several
meters (see page 2-13), the symbol
is displayed
next to the insulin pump.
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Device:
•
Serial number: Serial number of the meter or insulin
pump.
•
Date/Time: Time setting of the meter and the insulin
pump when the report is created.
Possible deviations of the meter time from the insulin pump
time are displayed after the meter time. The information
“(-00:04)”, for example, means that the meter time is slow by
4 minutes compared to the insulin pump time.
If you are using several meters, this information is repeated
for each meter.
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Stored Results: Total number of test results in the
device(s), with timeframe details (from ... to).
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Report (meters)
•
Evaluated results Number of evaluated blood
glucose results in the period selected.
•
Maximum/Mean BG/Minimum: Highest and
lowest blood glucose level which was measured in the
period selected, and the average of all the levels
measured.
•
SD: Standard deviation or variance of the analysed
results.
•
BG Test Frequency: Average number of blood
glucose tests per day for each day of the period
selected. In addition, the statistical information also
contains the value (in brackets) for those days only
on which a test was performed at least once.
•
Target Range: The target range used for evaluation.
•
Hypo limit: Blood glucose levels below this threshold
are marked as hypoglycemia.
•
High/low BG index: These figures represent the
frequency and the resulting risk of blood glucose
levels being too low or too high. Figures should be as
low as possible.
Additional information
This information is only displayed if required.
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Boluses: Number of respective deliveries, according
to bolus type.
•
Maximum/Mean BG/Minimum: Highest and
lowest single insulin dose delivered in the selected
period and the average of all insulin amounts
delivered.
•
Number of boluses/Day: Average frequency of
insulin doses per day (combined without considering
the bolus type).
•
Changes to basal rates: Number of manual
increases and decreases of the basal rate as well as
the number of changes to and switches of the basal
profile.
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Record List
The combined record list shows the test results and insulin
pump information, sorted by date and time. You can specify
whether this list is sorted in ascending or descending order
under settings, (see page 2-12). All the blood glucose results
are shown in chronological order together with any recorded
carbohydrate and insulin pump information. The example
opposite has been shortened.
Blood glucose and insulin pump information that is
chronologically close is highlighted with a yellow
background. This makes it easier to identify insulin doses
that were delivered in direct relation to blood glucose tests.
Boluses which have been delivered using bolus advice are
flagged with the corresponding symbol .
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4.7
Analysing data in external applications
You can also open and evaluate data read from meters and
insulin pumps in other applications. Whenever data is
transferred, XML files are also created in addition to the
graphical and tabular analyses (for blood glucose meters
and insulin pumps separately, including related XSL style
sheets for formatting purposes). These files can be read by
other suitable applications.
The following example shows how to import an XML file into
Microsoft Excel (as from version 2002).
•
Start Microsoft Excel and choose the command File >
Open.
•
In the file selection dialogue, navigate to the SmartPix
drive and from there go to the REPORT / XML folder
to display the contents saved there. If no file is
displayed there, you must first select the file type
“XML” in the file selection dialogue, if not already
done.
If you have read in data from a meter as well as an insulin
pump, you will find two XML files. The first letter of the file
name indicates what data is contained:
– Gxxxxxxx.XML: glucose results from meter
– Ixxxxxxx.XML: data from insulin pump
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Select the desired file and click Open.
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•
In the following dialogue box, select to import the
XML data using the related style sheet. This additional
file prepares and formats the data records in a legible
way.
Be careful to select the correct style sheet for the chosen
XML file:
•
ACSPIXMT.XSL
is the style sheet for meter data (MT = meter).
•
ACSPIXIP.XSL
is the style sheet for insulin pump data (IP = insulin
pump).
The meter data read from the XML file is now represented in
table form. Besides the tabular listing, you will also find
statistical analyses at the end of the table.
You can now save this file for archiving or other purposes on
your hard drive. You cannot save this file on the SmartPix
removable disk.
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4.8
Literary references for reports
Low/High BG Index
Kovatchev BP, Cox DJ, Gonder-Frederick LA, Clarke WL
(1997)
Symmetrization of the blood glucose measurement scale and
its applications. Diabetes Care, 20, pp 1655-1658
Kovatchev BP, Cox DJ, Gonder-Frederick LA, Young-Hyman
D, Schlundt D and Clarke WL (1998)
Assessment of Risk for Severe Hypoglycemia Among Adults
with IDDM: Validation of the Low Blood Glucose Index.
Diabetes Care, 21, pp 1870-1875
Kovatchev BP, Straume M, Cox DJ, Farhi LS (2001)
Risk Analysis of Blood Glucose Data: A Quantitative
Approach to Optimizing the Control of Insulin Dependent
Diabetes. J of Theoretical Medicine, 3: pp 1-10.
Kovatchev BP, Cox DJ, Gonder-Frederick LA and WL Clarke
(2002)
Methods for quantifying self-monitoring blood glucose
profiles exemplified by an examination of blood glucose
patterns in patients with Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes.
Diabetes Technology and Therapeutics, 4 (3): pp 295-303.
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Chapter 5, Error signals and troubleshooting
5
Error signals and troubleshooting
Sometimes situations can occur in which a report is not
created or printed, or other problems arise. If you do not find
the required solution here, please contact your local Roche
representative.
5.1
Errors without error signals
The Accu-Chek Smart Pix system fails to appear on the PC as
a drive:
•
Check whether your PC and your operating system
meet the system requirements for the Accu-Chek
Smart Pix system (see page 2-1).
•
Check to make sure the USB connector is firmly
plugged into the correct socket on the PC.
•
If the Accu-Chek Smart Pix system is still not
recognised as a drive, plug the device into a different
USB socket on your PC (you may be able to use a USB
hub or choose between USB sockets on the front and
rear of your PC).
If the Accu-Chek Smart Pix system fails to emit any status
indicator signals whatsoever and if all the above tests have
been performed unsuccessfully, you could possibly test the
device on a different PC. If there is still no sign of operation,
the device is probably faulty. This also applies if there are
error signals (centre of the status indicator flashing) which
are not associated with data transfer. Please contact your
local Roche representative.
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5.2
Error signals on the device
8
The Accu-Chek Smart Pix system reports potential errors
(e.g. during data transfer) by causing the centre of the status
indicator 8 to flash.
If such an error occurs, the following options are available to
solve the problem:
•
In the browser user interface, click on the Read Device
button. By flashing slowly again, the centre of the
status indicator should now indicate that it is actively
searching for devices and that it is ready for data
transfer.
•
If the error signal continues, you can unplug the
Accu-Chek Smart Pix system and plug it back in again.
Any Microsoft Windows error message about
removing the disk is of no further consequence.
Then repeat data transfer.
If this error signal occurs again, check the following points:
•
Has the meter been properly prepared for data
transfer? For relevant information, see Chapter 3.
•
Is the optical contact (infrared port) unimpaired? Is
the distance correct (too far away)?
•
Is there any interference from extraneous light
(sunlight, another infrared port, fluorescent tubes or
energy-saving lamps)?
In the event of error messages associated with data transfer,
it is not the Accu-Chek Smart Pix system which is faulty –
there is interference with data transfer between the devices.
In individual cases, this may be due to the meter or insulin
pump.
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Chapter 6, Maintenance
6
Maintenance
6.1
Cleaning the Accu-Chek Smart Pix system
Unplug the Accu-Chek Smart Pix device before cleaning it.
Use cloths slightly moistened with cleaning fluid and make
sure no liquid gets inside the device.
Clinical staff: Please observe the regulations applicable at
your institution concerning protection against infection.
6.2
Disposal
The product itself may come into contact with blood during
testing. Used products therefore carry a risk of infection.
Please dispose of used products according to the regulations
applicable in your country. For information about correct
disposal, please contact your local council or authority. The
product falls outside the scope of the European Directive
2002/96/EC (Directive on waste electrical and electronic
equipment).
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Chapter 7, Appendix
7
Appendix
7.1
Abbreviations
BG
MBG
SD
AST
BR
TBR
IR
Hi
Lo
Hypo
U
U/h
7.2
Blood glucose
Mean blood glucose level
Standard deviation
Alternative site testing
Basal rate
Temporary basal rate
Infrared
Result above the measuring range (indicated on the meter as HI)
Result below the measuring range (indicated on the meter as LO)
Hypoglycemia
Insulin dose in International Units
Insulin dose delivered per hour (basal rate)
Technical data
Meter type
Catalogue number
Serial number
Dimensions
Weight
Status indicator
Power supply
Protection class
Ports
Ambient conditions
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Accu-Chek Smart Pix
0 4684206001
See type plate on the back of the device
104 x 74 x 38 mm
90 g
6 blue LEDs, in groups of 2 each
Via USB port, 5 V/100 mA
Equipment in protection class III
1 infrared port
1 USB port
Operation temperature range: 5°C – 40°C
Storage temperature range: -25°C – 70°C
Absolute humidity: 5 g/m3 – 25 g/m3
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7.3
Information about advice and the repair service
Advice: If you have any questions on handling the device
or if you suspect that the device is faulty, please contact your
local Roche representative.
Repair service: Please bear in mind that any repairs,
configurations or other changes to the Accu-Chek Smart Pix
device may only be performed by persons who have been
authorised to do so by Roche Diagnostics. If you suspect that
the device is faulty, please contact your local Roche
representative.
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Chapter 7, Appendix
7.4
Roche Diagnostics addresses
Country
Company
Address
Australia
Roche Diagnostics Australia Pty Ltd.
Roche Diagnostics Australia Pty Ltd.
ABN 29 003 001 205
31 Victoria Ave
Castle Hill, NSW, 2154, Australia
Accu-Chek Enquiry line: 1800 251816
Austria
Roche Diagnostics GmbH
Roche Diagnostics GmbH
Engelhorngasse 3, 1211 Wien, Österreich
Accu-Chek Kunden Service Center: (01) 277 87-355
Belgium
Roche Diagnostics Belgium SA/NV
Roche Diagnostics Belgium SA/NV
Schaarbeeklei 198, 1800 Vilvoorde, België
Tel: 0800-93626 (Accu-Chek Service)
Bosnia and
Herzegovina
Roche Diagnostics
Promotional Office Adriatic Region
Roche Diagnostics, P.O. Adriatic Region
C/O Farmavita d.o.o.
Despićeva 1
71 000 Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Tel.: + 387 33 712 690, Fax: + 387 33 712 692
Brazil
Roche Diagnóstica Brasil Ltda.
Roche Diagnóstica Brasil Ltda.
Av. Engenheiro Billings, 1729
05321-010 São Paulo, SP, Brasil
Accu-Chek Responde: 0800 77 20 126
Bulgaria
Marvena
МАРВЕНА ООД
1799 София
ж.к. „Младост 2”
ул: „Св.Киприан” 44
Тел. 9 44 18 55
Canada
Roche Diagnostics
Roche Diagnostics,
201 Boul. Armand-Frappier,
Laval, Québec, H7V 4A2, Canada
Accu-Chek Customer Care: 1-800-363-7949
China
Roche Diagnostics (Shanghai) Limited
上海市淮海中路 1045 号淮海国际广场 10 楼, 200031
罗康全免费客户服务热线:800-810-0733
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Country
Company
Address
Croatia
Roche Diagnostics
Promotional Office Adriatic Region
Roche Diagnostics, Promotional Office Adriatic
Banjavčićeva 22/II,
10000 Zagreb, Hrvatska
Besplatna telefonska linija: 0800 60 00 60
Czech Republic
Roche s.r.o., Diagnostics Division
Roche s.r.o. Diagnostic divison
Prodejní jednotka Diabetes Care
Dukelských hrdinů 12
170 00 Praha 7, Česká Republika
Informace o glukometrech na bezplatné lince 800 111 800
Denmark
Roche Diagnostics A/S
Roche Diagnostics A/S
Industriholmen 59, 2650 Hvidovre, Danmark
Tlf. 36 39 99 54
Finland
Roche Diagnostics Oy
Roche Diagnostics Oy
PL 160
02181 Espoo, Suomi
Puh. 010 554 511
Asiakaspalvelupuhelin: 0800 92066 (maksuton)
France
Roche Diagnostics
Roche Diagnostics,
2, Avenue du Vercors, B.P. 59
38242 Meylan Cedex, France
Numéro vert : 0 800 27 26 93
Germany
Roche Diagnostics GmbH
Roche Diagnostics Deutschland GmbH
Sandhofer Strasse 116
68305 Mannheim, Deutschland
Accu-Chek Kunden Service Center
Telefon: 0180/2 00 08 13
Greece
Roche (Hellas) S.A.
Diagnostics Division
Roche Diagnostics (Hellas) A.E.Diabetes Care
Αλ. Παναγούλη 91, 142 34 Νέα Ιωνία Αττικής, Ελλάδα
Τηλ. 210 2703700
Γραμμή Εξυπηρέτησης Διαβήτη 800 11 71000
Hong Kong,
New Territories
Roche Diagnostics (Hong Kong) Ltd.
Roche Diagnostics (Hong Kong) Ltd.
1316-1325 Metroplaza, Tower 1
223 Hing Fong Road
Kwai Chung, Hong Kong
Enquiry hotline : 852 2485 7512
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Country
Company
Address
Hungary
Roche Magyarország Kft.
Roche Magyarország Kft.,
2040 Budaörs, Edison u. 1, Magyarország
Ingyenesen hívható szám: 06-80-200-694
Israel
Dyn Diagnostics Ltd.
Dyn Diagnostics Ltd.
7 Ha’Eshel St.
Caesarea Industrial Park
Tel. 972-4-6277090
Italy
Roche Diagnostics S.p.A
Roche Diagnostics S.p.A
Viale G. B. Stucchi 110, 20052 Monza (MI), Italia
Numero Verde: 800-822189
Japan
Roche Diagnostics K.K.
Roche Diagnostics K.K.
DC Product Department
5F Nippon Roche Building
6-1, Shiba 2-chome, Minato-ku,
Tokyo 105-0041, Japan
Tel. +81-3-5443-7044
Fax. +81-3-5445-1297
Netherlands
Roche Diagnostics Nederland BV
Roche Diagnostics Nederland BV
Transistorstraat 41, 1322 CK Almere, Nederland
Tel. 0800-0220585 (Accu-Chek Diabetes Service)
New Zealand
Roche Diagnostics N.Z. Ltd
Roche Diagnostics N.Z. Ltd
15 Rakino Way, Box 62-089
Mt. Wellington, Auckland, New Zealand
Accu-Chek Enquiry Line: 0800 80 22 99
Norway
Roche Diagnostics Norge AS
Roche Diagnostics Norge AS
Brynsengfaret 6B
Pb 6610 Etterstad
0607 Oslo, Norge
Telefon kundestøtte + 47- 815 00 510
Poland
Roche Diagnostics Polska Sp. z o.o.
Roche Diagnostics Polska Sp. z o.o.
ul. Wybrzeże Gdyńskie 6 B
01-531 Warszawa, Polska
Bezpłatna infolinia 0-800 401 061
Portugal
Roche Sistemas de Diagnósticos, Lda.
Roche Sistemas de Diagnósticos, Lda.
Estrada Nacional 249-1
2720-413 Amadora, Portugal
Linha de Assistência a Clientes 800 200 265
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Country
Company
Address
Romania
Roche Romania SRL
B-dul Dimitie Pompeiu, nr.9-9A
Cladirea 2 A, parter
Sector 2, Bucuresti
cod 020335
Helpline 0800 080 228 (apel gratuit)
Russia
Roche Moscow Ltd.
Россия ЗАО «Рош-Москва»
отделение «Диабет», 107031 Москва, Бизнес-Центр «Неглинная
Плаза», Трубная площадь, 2, Россия
Информационный центр: 8-800-200-88-99 (звонок бесплатный для
всех регионов России), (495) 258 27 89
Singapore
Roche Diagnostics Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd.
Roche Diagnostics Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd
298, Tiong Bahru Road
# 16-01/06 Central Plaza
Singapore 168730, Singapore
Slovakia
Roche Diagnostics Division
Roche Slovensko, s.r.o.
Diagnostics Division
Lazaretská 8
811 08 Bratislava 1
Infolinka ACCU-CHEK 0800 120 200
Slovenia
Roche farmacevtska družba d.o.o.
Dobavitelj:
Roche farmacevtska družba d.o.o.
Vodovodna cesta 109
1000 Ljubljana, Slovenija
Center za pomoč uporabnikom in servis:
Roche farmacevtska družba d.o.o.
Divizija za diagnostiko
Vodovodna cesta 109
1000 Ljubljana, Slovenija
Brezplačen telefon: 080 12 32
South Africa
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Roche Products (Pty) Ltd. South Africa
Diagnostics Division
Roche Products (Pty) Ltd. South Africa
Diagnostics Division
9, Will Scarlet Road / Ferndale
P.O. Box 1927
Randburg 2125 , South Africa
Accu-Chek Care Line 080-DIABETES: dial 080-34-22-38-37
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Country
Company
Address
Spain
Roche Diagnostics S.L.
Roche Diagnostics S.L.
Av. de la Generalitat, 171-173
08174 Sant Cugat del Vallès (Barcelona), España
Línea de atención al cliente: 900 210 341
Sweden
Roche Diagnostics Scandinavia AB
Roche Diagnostics Scandinavia AB
Box 147
161 26 Bromma, Sverige
Accu-Chek Kundsupport 020-41 00 42
Switzerland
Roche Diagnostics (Schweiz) AG
Roche Diagnostics (Schweiz) AG
Industriestr. 7
6343 Rotkreuz
Hotline Diabetes Service 0800 803 303
Taiwan
Roche Diagnostics Ltd.
羅氏醫學儀器股份有限公司
台北市 104 民權東路三段 35 號 11 樓
免付費專線 :0800-060-333
www.accu-chek.com.tw
Turkey
Roche Diagnostik Sistemleri Ticaret A.Ş.
Roche Diagnostik Sistemleri Ticaret A.Ş.
Gazeteciler Sitesi - Matbuat Sokak No. 3
34394 Esentepe - Istanbul, Türkiye
Ücretsiz Destek Hattı : 0-800-211 36 36
United Kingdom
Roche Diagnostics Ltd
Roche Diagnostics Limited
Charles Avenue, Burgess Hill
West Sussex, RH15 9RY, United Kingdom
Accu-Chek Customer Careline 1)
UK Freephone number: 0800 701 000
ROI Freephone number: 1 800 709 600
1) calls may be recorded for training purposes
USA
Roche Diagnostics
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Roche Diagnostics
9115 Hague Road, Indianapolis, IN 46256, USA
Accu-Chek Customer Care Service Center: 1-800-858-8072
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Roche Diagnostics GmbH
Sandhofer Strasse 116
68305 Mannheim, Germany
www.accu-chek.com
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