OneTouch UltraSmart® Owner`s Booklet

OneTouch UltraSmart® Owner`s Booklet
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LifeScan Customer Service toll-free numbers:
English 1 800 227-8862
Español 1 800 381-7226
Visit the LifeScan Web site at
www.LifeScan.com
©2006 LifeScan,Inc. Milpitas,CA 95035
Rev date: 04/2006 AW 060-788-02A
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Meter and Electronic Logbook In One
Owner’s
Booklet
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Dear OneTouch® UltraSmart® System Owner:
You have chosen one of the best blood glucose monitoring
systems available. This booklet has important information you
must know about the OneTouch® UltraSmart® Blood Glucose
Monitoring System. Read it carefully.
Blood glucose monitoring plays an important role in diabetes
control. A long-term study showed that keeping blood glucose
levels close to normal can reduce the risk of diabetes
complications by up to 60%.* The results you get with the
OneTouch® UltraSmart® System can help you and your healthcare
professional monitor and adjust your treatment plan to gain
better control of your diabetes.
Your OneTouch® UltraSmart® System requires a small drop of
blood, at least 1μL (microliter), and five seconds to provide you
with an accurate plasma-calibrated test result.
The OneTouch® UltraSmart® Meter also has a memory that allows
it to function as an “electronic logbook.” Now you can store vital
everyday information such as insulin and oral medication doses,
food intake, amount of exercise, illnesses, and other pertinent
data. You can use your OneTouch® UltraSmart® System simply to
test or to serve as a complete storehouse of information
regarding your diabetes treatment plan.
A warranty registration card is included with your system. If you
complete it and mail it to us, we will send you a gift. If you prefer
to fill out a warranty card online, please visit www.LifeScan.com.
*American Diabetes Association position statement on the Diabetes Control and Complications Trial (1993).
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INTENDED USE: The OneTouch® UltraSmart® Blood Glucose
Monitoring System is intended to be used for the quantitative
measurement of glucose in fresh capillary whole blood. The
OneTouch® UltraSmart® System is intended for use outside the
body (for in vitro diagnostic use) by people with diabetes at home
and healthcare professionals in a clinical setting as an aid to
monitor the effectiveness of diabetes control. The OneTouch®
UltraSmart® System should not be used for the diagnosis of
diabetes or testing of newborns.
The OneTouch® UltraSmart® Blood Glucose Monitoring System
provides the user with electronic logbook functions, which serve
to store such data as insulin and oral medication doses, food
intake, amount of exercise, health information such as illnesses,
and other pertinent data. The meter includes a data port that
enables the user to download logbook data to a personal computer.
CAUTION: Before using any product to test your blood glucose,
read all instructions and practice the test. Do all quality control
checks as directed and consult with a diabetes healthcare
professional. These recommendations apply to all blood glucose
monitoring systems and are supported by the American Association
of Diabetes Educators, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and
the Advanced Medical Technology Association.
WARNING: Keep the meter and testing supplies away from
young children. Small items such as the battery door, battery,
test strips, lancets, protective disks on the lancets, stereo jack
cover and the control solution vial cap are choking hazards.
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Important Information
• Dehydration: Severe dehydration and excessive water loss may
cause false low results. If you believe you are suffering from
dehydration, consult a healthcare professional immediately.
• Low glucose results: If your test result is lower than 70 mg/dL
or is shown as “LOW GLUCOSE”, it may mean hypoglycemia
(low blood glucose). This may require immediate treatment
according to your healthcare professional’s recommendations.
Although this result could be due to a test error, it is safer to
treat first and then repeat the test.
• High glucose results: If your test result is greater than
180 mg/dL or is shown as “HIGH GLUCOSE”, it may mean
hyperglycemia (high blood glucose). If you do not have
symptoms, first repeat the test. Your healthcare professional
can work with you to decide what actions, if any, you should
take if you continue to get results higher than 180 mg/dL or if
you have symptoms.
• Repeated unexpected results: If you continue to get
unexpected results, check your system with control solution.
See Checking the System with Control Solution on page 12.
If you are experiencing symptoms that are not consistent with
your blood glucose results and you have followed all instructions
in this booklet, call your healthcare professional. Never ignore
symptoms or make significant changes to your diabetes control
program without speaking to your healthcare professional.
• Hematocrit: A hematocrit (percentage of your blood that is red
blood cells) that is either very high (above 55%) or very low
(below 30%) can cause false results.
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Table of Contents
THE OneTouch® UltraSmart® SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
OneTouch® UltraSmart® Meter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Navigation Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
SmartButtons® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Display Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Display Contrast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
OneTouch® Ultra® Test Strips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
BEFORE TESTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Checking the Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Setting the Meter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Coding the Meter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Checking the System with Control Solution . . . . . 12
TESTING YOUR BLOOD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Preparing the OneTouch® UltraSoft®
Adjustable Blood Sampler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Lancing and Sampling from Your Fingertip . . . . . 23
Lancing and Sampling from an Alternate Site . . . 27
Step-by-Step Test Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
Discarding Used Test Strips and Lancets . . . . . . . 37
Special Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
COMPARING METER AND LABORATORY RESULTS . . 40
CARING FOR YOUR SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Cleaning the OneTouch® UltraSoft®
Adjustable Blood Sampler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
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Batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
DISPLAY MESSAGES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
WARNINGS AND ERROR MESSAGES . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
PROBLEMS AND POSSIBLE CAUSES . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56
METER SET-UP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Entering Basic Set-up Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Selecting Display Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Setting Date and Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
CUSTOM METER SET-UP SEQUENCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Set-up Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Diabetes Pill Set-up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68
Insulin Set-up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70
Insulin Pump Set-up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72
Advanced Feature Set-up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72
YOUR ELECTRONIC LOGBOOK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Comments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Rules for Adding Comments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
How to Add a Comment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Logbook Entries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
Using the SmartButtons® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
Rules for Logbook Entries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
Entering the Date and Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Exercise Logbook Entries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .86
Health Logbook Entries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87
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Table of Contents (continued)
Ketones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .89
HbA1c . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .91
Microalbumin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .91
Cholesterol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .92
Blood Pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .92
Eye Exam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .93
Foot Exam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .93
Weight/Height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .94
Doctor Visit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .94
Medication Logbook Entries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .95
Food Logbook Entries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .101
Adding, Changing, or Deleting
Logbook Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
OneTouch® UltraSmart ® FastFacts® FEATURE . . . . . .108
FastFacts® Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Logbook Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110
Glucose by Meals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110
Glucose Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111
Interactive Graph of All Results . . . . . . . . .111
Graph by Time of Day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .112
Average of All Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .113
Average by Time of Day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .114
Average by Exercise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .114
Glucose Range Info . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .115
Insulin Intake . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .116
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Hypoglycemia Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .120
Food Averages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .121
Health Checks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .121
Data Downloading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125
PRODUCT SAFETY INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126
EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS ON THE METER . . . . . . 127
GUARANTEE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127
INDEX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128
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THE OneTouch® UltraSmart® SYSTEM
The OneTouch® UltraSmart® System uses the latest blood glucose
monitoring technology. It measures the glucose content of a blood
sample by means of an electrical current produced in the test strip
and is measured by the meter. Test results are “plasma-calibrated.”
This makes it easier for you and your diabetes-care team to compare
your meter results with laboratory tests. If you have been using
another type of meter—one that provides whole-blood results—you
may notice that your test results with the OneTouch® UltraSmart®
System are about 12% higher.
The OneTouch® UltraSmart® Blood Glucose Monitoring System
consists of three main products: the OneTouch® UltraSmart® Meter,
OneTouch® Ultra® Test Strips, and OneTouch® Ultra® Control Solution.
These products have been designed, tested, and proven to work
together as a system to produce accurate blood glucose test results.
Use no other test strips or control solution other than the OneTouch®
Ultra® brand with your meter.
Your system kit includes:
• OneTouch® UltraSmart® Meter
• OneTouch® Ultra® Control
Solution
• OneTouch® UltraSoft®
Adjustable Blood Sampler
• OneTouch® UltraClear® Cap
• OneTouch® UltraSoft®
Sterile Lancets
• Owner’s Booklet
• Carrying Case
• Quick Reference Guide
• Quick Start Guide
• Warranty Registration Card
• Two AAA Alkaline Batteries
(Installed)
OneTouch® Ultra® Test Strips sold separately
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OneTouch® UltraSmart® Meter
OneTouch® Ultra® Test Strip
Test Port
The meter turns on when
you insert the OneTouch®
Ultra® Test Strip here.
Data Port
Used to download logbook
memory to a computer.
Display with Backlight
Test results, messages,
symbols, and other data
appear here.
SmartButtons®
(See pages 4–5 for
description and use.)
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Navigation Buttons
Note: Press and release buttons. Do Not hold
buttons down for an extended period of time.
Back Button (Off Button)
Go back to previous display on certain
screens. Press and hold for two seconds to
turn off the meter.
Arrow Button
Scroll through menus, code numbers, and
logbook.
OK Button (Backlight Button)
Accept entries and move to next display.
Press and hold for two seconds to turn
on backlight.
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SmartButtons®
The SmartButtons® are your keys to getting the most
out of your OneTouch® UltraSmart® Meter. They allow
you to enter information about your diabetes
management plan into the large logbook memory.
There are SmartButtons® for exercise, health,
medication, and food. The FastFacts® SmartButton® is
used to view the records in the logbook memory. You
may press any SmartButton® to turn on the meter and
move directly to the category.
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Food SmartButton®
Exercise SmartButton®
Enter exercise amount and Enter meal and snack
information.
level.
Health SmartButton®
Enter information on
health.
Medication
SmartButton®
Enter insulin and
diabetes pill information.
FastFacts® SmartButton®
Review test results and
logbook memory.
Note: For complete information on using the Exercise, Health,
Medication, and Food SmartButtons®, please see pages 82–107.
See pages 108–122 for more information on the FastFacts® Feature
and the FastFacts® SmartButton®.
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Display Symbols
These symbols guide you while using your meter:
Symbol
Meaning
▲
Scroll (move) up only.
▼
▲▼
▲
▼
Scroll down only.
Scroll up or down.
Scroll up or down.
–––
No entry.
Shows where you are on the
display. Press the OK button
to accept highlighted area.
HIGHLIGHT
OK
Display Contrast
You can change the contrast of the meter display. To
make it darker, press and hold both the Back button
and the “up” Arrow button . To make it lighter,
press and hold both the Back button and the
“down” Arrow button .
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OneTouch® Ultra® Test Strips
The OneTouch® UltraSmart® System measures the
amount of glucose in whole blood. Blood is applied to
the Top Edge of the OneTouch® Ultra® Test Strip and is
automatically drawn into the reaction cell where the
reaction takes place.
Top Edge
Apply a drop of blood to the
narrow channel here in the top
edge of the test strip.
Confirmation Window
Check here to confirm if enough
blood has been applied.
Contact Bars
Insert this end of the test strip,
contact bars facing up, into the
meter. Push it all the way in until
it will go no further.
WARNING: Do Not swallow test strips. The test strip vial may
contain drying agents that are harmful if swallowed and may
cause skin or eye irritation.
See pages 19–39, Testing Your Blood, for
complete instructions.
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Important Test Strip Information
• Store test strip vials in a cool, dry place below 86˚F (30˚C).
Keep away from direct sunlight and heat. Do Not refrigerate.
• Store test strips in their original vial only. To avoid damage or
contamination, Do Not transfer test strips to any other place.
• After removing a test strip from the vial, replace the vial cap
immediately and close it tightly.
• Use each test strip immediately after removing it from the vial.
• Do Not use test strips from any vial that is damaged or left
open to air.
• Write the discard date (3 months after first opening the vial)
on the vial label when you first open it. Discard remaining
OneTouch® Ultra® Test Strips after the discard date.
• Do Not use test strips beyond the expiration (printed on the
package) or discard date, whichever comes first, because they
may cause inaccurate results.
• Avoid getting dirt, food or liquids on the test strip. With clean,
dry hands you may touch the test strip anywhere on its surface.
• Do Not bend, cut, or alter OneTouch® Ultra® Test Strips in any way.
• OneTouch® Ultra® Test Strips are for single use only. Never
reuse a test strip that has had either blood or control solution
applied to it.
• Apply only OneTouch® Ultra® Control Solution or a blood
sample to the test strip.
• Refer to additional information in the OneTouch® Ultra® Test
Strip package.
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BEFORE TESTING
Checking the Meter Display
Each time you turn the meter on, the
display background will quickly change
from dark to light and form the words
“OneTouch UltraSmart”. This tells you
that the system is performing several
self-checks to confirm that the meter is
working properly. If, at any time during
the life of the meter, these graphics
appear to be different, call LifeScan
Customer Service at 1 800 227-8862.
UltraSmart
Setting the Meter
The OneTouch® UltraSmart® Meter is set at the
factory to display results in the English language
using milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL) as the unit of
measure. The time and date are also factory-set in
Pacific Standard Time. If you are using the meter for
the first time and simply wish to test, insert a test
strip into the test port and begin by coding the meter.
If you wish to change the date, time, or language, see
Meter Set-up, pages 58–61. To customize your meter,
see Custom Meter Set-up Sequence, pages 62–76.
Note: It is important that the time of day is
correct and that your medication set-up and
mealtimes are set according to your personal
daily schedule. Otherwise, some FastFacts®
information will not be correct.
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Coding the Meter
Code numbers are used to calibrate the OneTouch®
UltraSmart® Meter with the OneTouch® Ultra® Test
Strips for accurate results. You must code the meter
before using it for the first time and then every time
you change to another vial of test strips.
CAUTION: Matching the code on the meter and the code on the
test strip vial is essential to obtain accurate results. Each time
you test, check to make sure the code numbers match.
STEP 1 Enter the Code Mode.
Insert a OneTouch® Ultra® Test Strip to
turn on the meter. Push it all the way in
until it will go no further. “OneTouch
UltraSmart” will appear on the display
briefly. The first time you turn the meter
on, three dashes [---] will appear, showing
that there is no code stored in the
memory. Follow Step 4 to code the meter.
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STEP 2 See the Code Number.
The code number will appear on the
display. (After every 25 tests the meter
will display the code number and will
prompt “Check Code Press OK”. Press the
OK button
if the code number is still
correct.)
OK
(Example)
STEP 3 Match the Code Numbers.
Compare the code number on the meter
display with the code number on the test
strip vial. If the two code numbers match,
you may begin testing. If they do not
match, follow Step 4.
(Example)
Note: The code number appears on the display
briefly. If you were unable to change the code in
time or entered a code number in error, press
the Back button
to return to Step 3.
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STEP 4 Code the Meter.
Move up or down using the Arrow button
to the code number that matches the
code number on the test strip vial.
The new code number will flash on the
display for about three seconds, after
which the meter will prompt you to
“Apply Blood”.
(Example)
Checking the System with Control Solution
Why you should do a control
solution test:
• OneTouch® Ultra® Control Solution
is used to check that the meter
and the test strips are working
together as a system and that you
are performing the test correctly.
• It is very important that you do
this simple check routinely to
make sure you get an accurate
result.
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Before you begin:
• Use only OneTouch® Ultra® Control Solution.
• Check the expiration date on the control solution vial. Record
the discard date (date opened plus three months) on the vial
label. Do Not use after expiration or discard date, whichever
comes first.
• Control solution, meter, and test strips should be at room
temperature (between 68° and 77°F/between 20° and 25°C)
before testing with control solution (see Specifications section
on page 125 for blood testing temperature ranges).
• Shake the vial, discard the first drop of control solution, and
wipe off the dispenser tip to ensure a good sample and an
accurate result.
• Store the control solution tightly closed at temperatures below
86°F (30°C). Do Not refrigerate.
WARNING:
• Do Not swallow control solution; it is not for human
consumption.
• Do Not apply control solution to the skin or eyes as it may
cause irritation.
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When you should do a control solution test:
• To practice the test process instead of using blood.
• When you open a new vial of test strips.
• Once a week.
• Whenever you suspect that the meter or test strips
are not working properly.
• If you have had repeated unexpected blood
glucose results (as described on page v).
• After dropping the meter.
Note: Refer to additional information in the
OneTouch® Ultra® Control Solution package.
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STEP 1 Insert a Test Strip into the Meter.
To turn on the meter, insert a test strip,
contact bars end first and facing up, into
the test port. Push it all the way in until it
will go no further.
“OneTouch UltraSmart” will appear briefly
on the display.
(Example)
Then “Code 9 (Example), Check Code” is
displayed. Be sure the meter and test strip
codes match. If they do not, code the
meter correctly (see pages 10–12).
STEP 2 Select “Control Solution”.
Apply Blood
“Apply Blood” will appear on the display first.
Use the Arrow button to select “Control
Solution”. The meter will automatically
identify the test as a control solution test in
the logbook.
There are three choices in test mode. Use
the Arrow button to select one. Do Not
apply a sample until your choice appears on
the display.
• “Apply Blood” for fingertip blood sample.
• “Alternate Site” for forearm and palm
blood samples.
• “Control Solution” for checking the system.
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Note: You must select “Control Solution” to distinguish control
solution tests from blood glucose tests. Marked control solution
tests will not be included in your averages. Do Not use Control
Solution mode for testing blood.
STEP 3 Apply Control Solution to the Test Strip.
To ensure an accurate control solution test,
shake the vial, discard the first drop and wipe
the dispenser tip before you begin.
NARROW CHANNEL
➧
TOP EDGE
Apply
Drop Here
Touch and hold a drop of
control solution where the
narrow channel meets the
TOP EDGE of the strip.
Note: If you do not apply the control solution within three
minutes, the meter will turn itself off. Remove the test strip and
insert it back into the test port to restart the test procedure.
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CONFIRMATION WINDOW
WARNING:
If mg/dL does not
appear with the
Control Solution
result, call
LifeScan Customer
Service at
1 800 227-8862.
➧
The control solution will
be drawn into the narrow
channel. When the
confirmation window is
full, the meter will count
down from 5 to 1.
STEP 4
(Example)
The control solution
test result will appear
on the display.
Compare Control Solution Result
to the Control Range Printed on
the TEST STRIP VIAL.
CAUTION: The control
solution range printed on
the test strip vial is for
OneTouch® Ultra® Control
Solution only. It is not a
recommended range for
your blood glucose level.
CONTROL
RANGE
(Example)
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If the results are not within the control range printed
on the test strip vial, the meter and strips may not
be working properly. Repeat the control solution
test. When using Control Solution mode, very high
or very low readings will be displayed as a number
rather than a “HIGH” or “LOW” warning screen.
Control solution out-of-range results may be
due to:
• Incorrect unit of
measure.
• Error in performing
the test.
• Failure to shake the
control solution vial
well.
• Improper meter coding.
• Test strip deterioration.
• Meter malfunction.
• Failure to discard the
first drop of control
solution and wipe the
dispenser tip clean.
• Expired or contaminated
control solution.
• The meter, test strips,
or control solution are
too warm or too cold.
• Testing blood in Control
Solution mode.
CAUTION: If you continue to get control solution test results
that fall outside of the range printed on the test strip vial, the
system may not be working properly. Do Not use the meter. Call
LifeScan Customer Service at 1 800 227-8862.
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TESTING YOUR BLOOD
Read this section and the test strip package insert
carefully before testing. Make sure you have all items
needed to test.
• OneTouch® UltraSmart® Meter
• OneTouch® Ultra® Test Strips
• OneTouch® UltraSoft® Adjustable
Blood Sampler
• OneTouch® UltraClear® Cap
(for forearm and palm sampling)
• OneTouch® UltraSoft® Sterile Lancets
CAUTION: It is important to learn the correct blood application
technique (see pages 33–35). If you do not apply blood to the test
strip correctly you may get an inaccurately low or high test result
or an error message. LifeScan recommends that you develop
good technique by practicing with control solution prior to using
the OneTouch® UltraSmart® Meter for the first time.
CAUTION: If you cannot test due to a problem with your testing
supplies, contact your healthcare professional or LifeScan
Customer Service at 1 800 227-8862. Failure to test could delay
treatment decisions and lead to a serious medical condition.
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Preparing the OneTouch® UltraSoft® Adjustable
Blood Sampler (Sampler)
OneTouch® UltraSoft® Adjustable Blood Sampler
Depth Adjustment Knob
Ejection/Cocking Control
Lancet with
Protective Disk
OneTouch®
UltraClear ® Cap
(for Alternate Site
Sampling)
Release Button
Puncture Settings
Depth
Indicator
Lancet Point
Protective
Disk
OneTouch®
UltraSoft® Cap
CAUTION: To reduce the chance of infection:
• Never share a lancet or the Sampler with anyone.
• Always use a new, sterile lancet. Lancets are for single use only.
• Keep the OneTouch® UltraSmart® Meter and Sampler clean.
• Make sure to wash the puncture site with soap and water
before testing.
Note: If you Do Not have a OneTouch® UltraSoft® Adjustable
Blood Sampler, please refer to the instructions that came with
your lancing device.
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Choosing the right sampling site at the right time:
The OneTouch® UltraSmart® Meter allows you to
sample blood from your fingertip, forearm or palm.
At times, results obtained at the forearm or palm
may be different from a fingertip measurement.
Talk to your healthcare professional before you
begin using your forearm or palm for sampling.
If you are testing:
Use blood sample
from your:
Routinely before meals
Prior to or more than two hours
after:
• a meal
• a rapid-acting insulin injection
or insulin pump bolus
• exercise
Fingertip,
forearm, or
palm
When your blood glucose is
changing rapidly, such as:
• within two hours after a meal
• within two hours after a
rapid-acting insulin injection
or insulin pump bolus, or
• during or within two hours
after exercise
Fingertip
When you are concerned about
the possibility of hypoglycemia
(low blood sugar)
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CAUTION: Do Not test on your forearm or palm when:
• You think your blood glucose is rapidly falling, such as
within two hours of exercise or a rapid-acting insulin
injection or insulin pump bolus. Testing with a fingertip
sample may identify hypoglycemia or an insulin reaction
sooner than testing with a forearm or palm sample.
• It has been less than two hours after a meal, a rapid-acting
insulin injection or insulin pump bolus, physical exercise,
or you think your glucose level is changing rapidly.
• You are concerned about the possibility of hypoglycemia
or an insulin reaction, such as when driving a car. This is
especially important if you suffer from hypoglycemia
unawareness (lack of symptoms to indicate an insulin
reaction).
Remember: Consult with your healthcare
professional before using your forearm or palm
for testing.
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Choose a different puncture site each time you test.
Repeated punctures in the same spot may cause
soreness and calluses.
If bruising occurs at an alternate site or you have
difficulty getting a sample, consider sampling from
a fingertip instead. You may want to review the
choice of sites with your healthcare professional.
Preparing Your Sample Site
Before you test your blood glucose, wash
your hands and forearm (if applicable)
thoroughly with warm, soapy water. Rinse
and dry thoroughly.
Lancing and Sampling from Your Fingertip
STEP 1 Remove the OneTouch®
UltraSoft® Cap by Twisting it Off.
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STEP 2 Insert a Sterile Lancet Into the
Sampler.
Insert the lancet into the holder and push
in firmly. Twist the protective disk until it
separates from the lancet and save the
disk for later use. Do Not twist the lancet.
STEP 3 Replace the OneTouch®
UltraSoft® Cap by Twisting it
Back On Until it is Snug.
STEP 4 Adjust the Depth Setting.
If necessary, twist the depth adjustment
knob toward the smaller dots on the
Sampler for a shallow puncture or toward
the larger dots for a deeper puncture.
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STEP 5 Cock the Sampler.
Slide the ejection/cocking control back
until it clicks. If it does not click, it may
have been cocked when you inserted the
lancet.
STEP 6 Puncture Your Finger.
Hold the Sampler firmly against the side
of your finger. Press the release button.
Remove the Sampler from your finger.
Note: Do Not use the OneTouch® UltraClear® Cap on your finger.
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STEP 7 Get a Round Drop of Blood.
Gently squeeze and/or massage your
fingertip until a round drop of blood at
least 1μL ( actual size) forms on your
fingertip. Do Not squeeze excessively on
the puncture site.
If the blood smears or runs, Do Not
use that sample. Dry the area and gently
squeeze another drop of blood or
puncture a new site.
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Lancing and Sampling From an
Alternate Site
Sampling from your forearm or palm allows
you to use your fingertips less often. You
may find that obtaining a blood sample
from an alternate site is less painful than
using a fingertip. Getting a blood sample
from your forearm or palm is different than
getting a sample from your fingertips.
Forearm sampling
Choose a fleshy area of the forearm away
from bone, visible veins and hair.
Sometimes there is less blood flow to the
forearm than to the fingertips. To help you
get a large enough drop of blood, you may
gently massage or apply warmth to the site
to increase blood flow.
Forearm
Palm sampling
Choose a fleshy area on the palm below
your thumb or pinky finger. Select a spot
with no visible veins and away from deep
lines which may cause your blood sample
to smear.
Palm
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OneTouch® UltraClear® Cap
is used for forearm and palm
sampling only. Replace the
blue OneTouch® UltraSoft®
Cap with the OneTouch®
UltraClear® Cap.
Blue cap for fingertip sampling only
STEP 1 Remove the OneTouch®
UltraSoft® Cap by Twisting it Off.
STEP 2 Insert a Sterile Lancet Into
the Sampler.
Insert the lancet into the holder and push
in firmly. Twist the protective disk until it
separates from the lancet and save the
disk for later use. Do Not twist the lancet.
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STEP 3 Twist On the OneTouch®
UltraClear® Cap Until it is Snug.
STEP 4 Adjust the Depth Setting.
You may have to adjust the Sampler to a
deeper setting to get a large enough drop
of blood from your forearm or palm. Twist
the depth adjustment knob toward the
larger dots to increase the depth.
STEP 5 Cock the Sampler.
Slide the ejection/cocking control back
until it clicks. If it does not click, it may
have been cocked when you inserted the
lancet.
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STEP 6 Puncture Your Forearm
or Palm.
Press and hold the Sampler against
your forearm or palm for a few seconds,
then press the release button.
Keep holding the Sampler and
OneTouch® UltraClear® Cap against your
skin until a round drop of blood forms
under the cap. Maintain pressure until
the drop of blood is at least 1μL
( actual size).
STEP 7 Remove the Sampler.
Carefully lift the sampler away from
your skin. Do Not smear the blood
sample.
Note:
• You may need to wait a little longer to get a large enough
drop of blood from the forearm or palm. Do Not squeeze the
site excessively.
• If the sample drop of blood runs or spreads due to contact
with hair or with a line in your palm, Do Not use that sample.
Try puncturing again in a smoother area.
• Remember: You may have to adjust the Sampler to a deeper
setting to get a large enough drop of blood ( actual size).
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Step-by-Step Test Procedure
STEP 1 Insert Test Strip.
Insert a test strip, contact bars end
first and facing up, into the test port.
Push it all the way in until it will go
no further. The meter will turn on
automatically. “OneTouch UltraSmart”
will appear briefly on the display. Then
the code number will appear. Be sure
the meter and test strip codes match.
If they do not, code the meter correctly
(see pages 10-12 for Coding the Meter).
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STEP 2 Select Test Mode.
Note: There are three choices in test mode. For blood testing,
use the Arrow button to select:
• “Apply Blood” for fingertip blood sample
• “Alternate Site” for forearm and palm blood samples
Do Not use Control Solution mode when testing blood.
• “Control Solution” is for checking the system
Apply Blood
“Apply Blood” will appear on the
display first. If you are testing with a
fingertip blood sample, proceed to
Step 3.
Alternate Site
If you are testing with a blood sample
from the forearm or palm, use the
Arrow button to scroll to “Alternate
Site”.
Before you test with blood, make sure “Apply Blood” or “Alternate
Site” is displayed on the screen. Correct test mode selection is
important to ensure all blood and control solution tests are
properly included or excluded from averages. Failure to select the
correct test mode may cause blood averages to be incorrect.
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STEP 3 Prepare to Apply Sample.
The drop of blood should be next to the top
edge of the test strip. Blood should not be
applied to the flat surface of the test strip.
When applying a drop of blood from your
forearm or palm, keep your forearm or palm
steady and bring the top edge of the test strip
to the drop of blood with your other hand.
Fingertip
Forearm
Palm
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STEP 4 Apply Sample.
Obtain a round drop of blood using the
Sampler. The blood sample must be at
least 1μL in volume ( actual size) to fill
the confirmation window.
Touch and hold the drop of blood to
the narrow channel in the top edge of
the test strip.
• Do Not apply sample to the front or back of the test strip.
• Do Not push your finger against the test strip.
• Do Not apply a smeared sample.
Hold the blood drop to the top edge of
the test strip until the confirmation
window is full before the meter begins
to count down.
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If the confirmation window does not fill
completely before the meter begins to
count down, Do Not add more blood to the
test strip; discard the test strip and retest.
If you have trouble filling the test strip,
call LifeScan Customer Service at
1 800-227-8862 for assistance.
Good
Sample
Sample
Too Small
If the confirmation window is not full, you
may get an error message or an inaccurate
test result.
Note: If you do not apply a blood sample within three minutes,
the meter will turn off automatically. Remove the test strip and
then insert it back into the meter to turn the meter back on.
STEP 5 Accurate Results in Just 5 Seconds.
Your blood glucose test result will appear
after the meter counts down from 5 to 1.
The test results are automatically stored in
the electronic logbook (memory). You may
now:
• Use the Arrow button to compare results
(see “Additional Feature” which follows).
• Add comments to your result.
• Remove the test strip to turn off the meter.
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mg/dL
Plasma-Calibrated Result
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WARNING: If mg/dL does not appear with the test result, call
LifeScan Customer Service at 1 800-227-8862.
CAUTION: If you test at the low end of the operating range
(43°F/6°C) and your glucose is high (over 180 mg/dL), the reading
on your meter may be lower than your actual glucose. In this
situation, repeat the test in a warmer environment with a new test
strip as soon as possible.
Note: If “Comment? Press OK” appears at the bottom of the
display, your test result is outside the range of 90–130 mg/dL or
a personal glucose range you set (see pages 62–76, Custom
Meter Set-up Sequence). To add a comment to the test result,
see pages 77–81, Your Electronic Logbook.
Your Result:
104
Previous
Sep 13-02
9:55 pm
Bef Brkft
Avg.
14 days
114
95
Additional Feature
After you complete a blood glucose test, you
can compare the result with your last test
and your average for this time of day by
pressing the “down” Arrow button .
(Example)
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Discarding Used Test Strips and Lancets
CAUTION: It is important to discard the used lancet carefully after
each use to avoid unintended lancet stick injuries. Used test strips
and lancets may be considered biohazardous waste in your area.
Be sure to follow your local regulations for proper disposal.
STEP 1 Remove the OneTouch®
UltraSoft® Cap from the Sampler.
Twist the OneTouch® UltraSoft® Cap
counterclockwise. (Optional: Replace the
protective disk on the used lancet by
placing it on a hard surface and pushing
the lancet tip into the disk.)
STEP 2 Eject the Lancet.
Point the Sampler down and away. Push
the release button to ensure that the
Sampler is not cocked. Push forward on
the ejection/cocking control and eject the
lancet directly into a container for sharp
objects. Used test strips can go into the
same container. Return the ejection/cocking
control to the middle position. Replace the
OneTouch® UltraSoft® Cap.
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Special Messages
WARNING
LOW
GLUCOSE
Below 20 mg/dL
WARNING
HIGH
GLUCOSE
Above 600 mg/dL
The OneTouch® UltraSmart® Meter displays
results between 20 mg/dL and 600 mg/dL.
If your test result is lower than 20 mg/dL,
“LOW GLUCOSE” will appear on the meter
display. This may mean severe
hypoglycemia (low blood glucose) that
requires immediate treatment according
to your healthcare professional’s
recommendations. Although this message
could be due to a test error, it is safer to
treat first and then repeat the test.
If your blood glucose test result is above
600 mg/dL, “HIGH GLUCOSE” will appear
on the meter display. This may mean
severe hyperglycemia (high blood
glucose). You should recheck your blood
glucose level. If “HIGH GLUCOSE” again
appears on the display, call your
healthcare professional immediately.
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When your blood glucose test result is
outside the range of 90–130 mg/dL or the
personal glucose range you set in
Custom Meter Set-up Sequence, the
meter will prompt you to add a comment.
160
mg/dL
Comment? Press OK
(Example)
When your blood glucose test result
is in the range of 240 mg/dL to 600
mg/dL, “Check Ketones” will appear on
the meter display. This message does
not mean that the system detected
ketones but that testing with a ketone
test strip may be advisable. Consult
your healthcare professional about
when and how to test for ketones.
“Comment? Press OK” will also appear.
Sep 14-02 9:45 am
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mg/dL
Check Ketones
Comment? Press OK
(Example)
Sep 14-02 9:30 am
When your blood glucose result is from
20 mg/dL through 59 mg/dL, “Do you
need a snack?” will appear on the display
with the test result, reminding you that a
meal or snack may be necessary.
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mg/dL
Do you need a snack?
Comment? Press OK
(Example)
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COMPARING METER AND
LABORATORY RESULTS
OneTouch® UltraSmart® Meter test results and laboratory test
results are both expressed in plasma-equivalent units. However,
your meter result may differ somewhat from your laboratory
result due to normal variation. Meter results can be affected by
factors and conditions that do not affect laboratory results in the
same way. Your OneTouch® UltraSmart® Meter glucose value
should agree with a laboratory measurement within ±20% most
of the time under normal conditions. A result within that range
is considered accurate when testing with the OneTouch®
UltraSmart® Meter. However, results can differ by more than
±20% in some situations. See the OneTouch® Ultra® Test Strip
package insert for typical accuracy and precision data and for
important information on “Limitations of Procedure.”
To make an accurate comparison between meter and laboratory
results, follow these guidelines:
Before you go to the lab:
• Perform a control solution test to make sure the meter is
working properly.
• It is best to fast for at least eight hours before doing
comparison tests.
• Take your meter with you to the lab.
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While at the lab:
• Make sure that the meter test and the lab test are
performed within 15 minutes of each other.
• Wash your hands before obtaining a blood sample.
• Use only fresh capillary blood.
You may still have a variation between the results because
blood glucose levels can change significantly over short periods,
especially if you have recently eaten, exercised, taken
medication, or experienced stress.1 In addition, if you have
eaten recently, the blood glucose level from a fingerstick can be
up to 70 mg/dL higher than blood drawn from a vein (venous
sample) used for a lab test.2 Therefore, it is best to fast for eight
hours before doing comparison tests. Factors such as the
amount of red blood cells in the blood (a high or low hematocrit)
or the loss of body fluid (severe dehydration) may also cause a
meter result to be different from a laboratory result.
References
1. Surwit, R.S., and Feinglos, M.N.: Diabetes Forecast (1988), April, 49–51.
2. Sacks, D.B.: “Carbohydrates.” Burtis, C.A., and Ashwood, E.R. (ed.),
Tietz Textbook of Clinical Chemistry. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders
Company (1994), 959.
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CARING FOR YOUR SYSTEM
Maintenance
Your OneTouch® UltraSmart® Meter does not require
special maintenance or cleaning. Take care to avoid
getting dirt, dust, blood, control solution, or liquids
inside the meter through the test port or data port.
LifeScan recommends that you store the meter in its
carrying case after each use.
A cloth dampened with water and mild detergent can
be used to wipe down the outside of the meter. Your
OneTouch® UltraSmart® Meter is a precision
instrument. Please handle it with care.
Do Not use alcohol or any other solvent to clean your
meter.
Cleaning the OneTouch® UltraSoft® Adjustable
Blood Sampler
Clean the Sampler and OneTouch® UltraSoft® and
OneTouch® UltraClear® Caps with soap and water.
To disinfect the Sampler, prepare a disinfectant
solution of one part household bleach to 10 parts
water. Dampen a cloth with this solution and wipe
the Sampler thoroughly. Soak only the cap or caps
for at least 30 minutes in the disinfectant solution.
Do Not soak the Sampler in liquid. Rinse the
Sampler and cap with water and dry thoroughly.
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Batteries
Your OneTouch® UltraSmart® Meter comes with two
AAA alkaline batteries already installed. The batteries
will provide you with enough power to perform up to
540 tests, depending on backlight use. When
replacing the batteries, use only two AAA alkaline
batteries.
The meter will alert you when the power is getting
low by displaying two different messages:
WARNING
1. When this message appears on the
display, the batteries are low and
should be replaced as soon as possible.
The backlight will no longer turn on.
Low Batteries!
+
You should replace
the batteries soon
See Owner’s Booklet
2. When this message appears on the
display, you cannot test, enter data
in your electronic logbook, or use the
FastFacts® feature until you change
the batteries.
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WARNING
Batteries!
+
You MUST replace
the batteries now
See Owner’s Booklet
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To replace the batteries, first turn off the meter. Turn
the meter over and locate the battery compartment.
1. Open the battery compartment by
pressing the tab to the left and lifting the
battery compartment cover to remove it.
2. Remove the old batteries by pulling the
black ribbon upward. Insert two AAA
alkaline batteries on top of the black
ribbon. Plus (+) and minus (–) signs will
guide you in placing the batteries.
3. Insert the tabs of the battery cover into
the slots on the left hand side of the
battery compartment. Push down on the
battery cover until you hear the tab click
into place.
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Note:
• Replacing the batteries does not affect the
electronic logbook. However, the date and
time settings may need to be updated.
• The first time you turn on the meter after
replacing the batteries, the meter will go into
the Set-up mode (see pages 58–61). At this
time, you may update the date and time
settings.
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DISPLAY MESSAGES
Following is a summary of screen messages and symbols.
MESSAGE
UltraSmart
Code
--Check Code
WHAT IT MEANS
ACTION
Initial display that
appears whenever
the meter is turned
on. It indicates that
the system has
performed several
self-checks to
confirm that the
meter is working
properly.
If, at any time during
the life of the meter,
these graphics
appear to be
different, call
LifeScan Customer
Service at
1 800 227-8862.
New meter not
coded or meter lost
power briefly and
entered Set-up
mode.
See Coding the
Meter, pages 10–12.
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Code
9
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WHAT IT MEANS
This is the code
number stored in the
meter.
Check Code
(Example)
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ACTION
Make sure that
this code number
matches the code
number on the vial
of the test strips
you are using.
CAUTION: Matching the code on the meter and the code on
the test strip vial is essential to obtain accurate results. Each
time you test, check to make sure the code numbers match.
Code
9
Check Code
Press OK
(Example)
The meter is
prompting you to
confirm that the code
number on the meter
display matches the
code number on the
vial of test strips you
are currently using.
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Check to be sure the
code number on the
display matches the
code number on the
test strip vial. If they
match, press the OK
button
to confirm
the code number. If
they do not match,
scroll to the correct
number using the
Arrow button .
OK
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Apply Blood
Alternate Site
Control Solution
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ACTION
The system is ready
to accept a blood
sample from the
fingertip.
You may now apply
the fingertip blood
sample.
The system is ready
to accept a blood
sample from the
forearm or palm.
You may now apply
the forearm or palm
blood sample.
The system is ready
to accept a control
solution sample.
You may now apply
the control solution.
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WHAT IT MEANS
ACTION
Five-second
countdown. After the
countdown, the
meter will display the
test result.
None required.
A test result in mg/dL.
None required.
104
mg/dL
(Example)
WARNING: If mg/dL does not appear with the test result, call
LifeScan Customer Service at 1 800 227-8868.
Sep 8-02 10:30 am
135
mg/dL
Comment? Press OK
A test result outside
of your target range
with a message
prompting you to add
a comment.
(Example)
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If you wish to add a
comment, press the
OK button
(see
page 78).
OK
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Check Ketones
Comment? Press OK
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ACTION
A blood glucose test
result in the range of
240 mg/dL to 600
mg/dL with a
suggestion to check
your ketone levels.
Follow the
instructions of your
healthcare
professional
regarding ketone
testing.
When your blood
glucose result is from
20 mg/dL through
59 mg/dL, “Do you
need a snack?” will
appear on the display
with the test result,
reminding you that a
meal or snack may
be necessary.
Follow the
instructions of your
healthcare
professional.
(Example)
Sep 14-02 9:30 am
35
mg/dL
Do you need a snack?
Comment? Press OK
(Example)
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WARNINGS AND ERROR MESSAGES
These messages help to identify certain problems but do not appear
in all cases when a problem has occurred. Improper use may cause an
inaccurate result without producing a warning or an error message. In
the event of a problem, refer to the information under ACTION.
Assistance is available from LifeScan Customer Service 24 hours a
day, seven days a week at 1 800 227-8862.
MESSAGE
WHAT IT MEANS
ACTION
WARNING
You may have a very
low blood glucose
level, lower than 20
mg/dL.
Treat this condition
immediately
according to your
healthcare
professional’s
recommendations.
Although this message
could be due to a
test error, it is safer
to treat first and then
repeat the test.
You may have a very
high blood glucose
level, exceeding
600 mg/dL.
You should
retest your blood
glucose level and if
“HIGH GLUCOSE”
appears again, call
your healthcare
professional
immediately.
LOW
GLUCOSE
Below 20 mg/dL
WARNING
HIGH
GLUCOSE
Above 600 mg/dL
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MESSAGE
WHAT IT MEANS
ACTION
WARNING
There may be a
problem with the
meter or the meter
may need to be reset.
To reset the meter,
you must turn the
meter off and enter
Set-up mode (see
pages 58–61). Reset
the language, time,
and date. You must
also reset the meter
code to match the
code on the test strip
vial. If you continue
to get an Error 1
message, Do Not
use the meter. Call
LifeScan Customer
Service at
1 800 227-8862 for
a replacement meter.
Error message that
could be caused by
either a used test
strip or a problem
with the meter.
Repeat the test with
a new test strip. Refer
to pages 7–8 for test
strip information. If
the error message
persists, call LifeScan
Customer Service at
1 800 227-8862.
Error 1
Call customer service
See Owner’s Booklet
WARNING
Error 2
Meter or strip problem
Please repeat test
See Owner’s Booklet
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WARNING
Error 3
Meter not ready
Please repeat test
See Owner’s Booklet
WARNING
Error 4
Strip problem
Please repeat test
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WHAT IT MEANS
ACTION
Error message that
indicates that the
blood or control
solution sample was
applied before
“Apply Blood”,
“Alternate Site”, or
“Control Solution”
appeared on the
display.
Repeat the test with
a new test strip.
Apply the blood or
control solution
sample only after
“Apply Blood”,
“Alternate Site”, or
“Control Solution”
appears on the
display. Refer to
pages 33–35 for
information on
sample application.
1)You may have high
glucose and have
tested in an
environment near
the low end of the
system’s operating
temperature range
(43–111°F/6–44°C).
1)If you tested in a
cool environment,
repeat the test
in a warmer
environment with
a new test strip.
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If you were testing
in a normal or
warm environment,
repeat the test
with a new test
strip (see pages
7–8 for test strip
information).
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WARNING
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WHAT IT MEANS
2)If you applied the
blood incorrectly,
review pages
33–35 on blood
application and
repeat the test with
a new test strip.
3)There may be a
problem with the test
strip. For example, it
may have been
damaged or moved
during testing.
3)If the error
message appears
again, call
LifeScan Customer
Service at
1 800 227-8862.
Please repeat test
See Owner’s Booklet
Error 5
Invalid test
Please repeat test
See Owner’s Booklet
ACTION
2)The sample was
improperly applied.
Strip problem
WARNING
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1)Repeat the test
1)Error message that
indicates the meter has with a new test
strip. Refer to
detected a problem
pages 33–35 for
with the test strip.
information on
Possible causes are
sample application.
test strip damage or
an incompletely filled
confirmation window.
2)There may be a
problem with the
meter.
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2)If the error message
appears again, call
LifeScan Customer
Service at
1 800 227-8862.
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MESSAGE
WHAT IT MEANS
ACTION
WARNING
The battery sign appears
on the display. The
power of the batteries is
getting low. The backlight
will be disabled when the
battery sign is displayed.
You can complete about
100 more tests from the
time this symbol first
appears.
Test results will
still be accurate,
but replace the
batteries as soon
as possible.
Battery power is too low
to run a test.
Replace the
batteries at once.
The meter has detected
that the temperature
is outside the system
operating range. Do Not
perform a test until the
meter and test strips
reach a temperature
within the operating
range (43–111°F/6–44°C).
Perform the test
after the meter
and test strips
have reached
a temperature
within the
operating range.
Low Batteries!
+
You should replace
the batteries soon
See Owner’s Booklet
WARNING
Batteries!
+
You MUST replace
the batteries now
See Owner’s Booklet
WARNING
Meter is outside of
operating
temperature range
Test not possible
See Owner’s Booklet
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PROBLEMS AND POSSIBLE CAUSES
If the meter does not turn on after inserting a test strip or the
display is not active:
POSSIBLE CAUSES
WHAT TO DO
No power.
Replace the batteries.
No batteries or batteries
incorrectly installed.
Check that the batteries are
correctly installed.
Test strip inserted incorrectly.
(For example, upside down,
backward, or incompletely.)
Insert the test strip correctly
with the contact bars end first
and facing up. Push it in until
it will go no further.
Defective meter or test strip.
Call LifeScan Customer
Service at 1 800 227-8862.
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If the test does not start after applying the sample:
POSSIBLE CAUSES
WHAT TO DO
Insufficient blood sample.
Repeat the test with a new test
strip and a larger sample,
making sure blood is placed to
the narrow channel in the top
edge of the test strip.
Defective test strip.
Repeat the test with a new test
strip.
Sample applied after automatic
shutoff (three minutes after
inserting a test strip).
Repeat the test with a new test
strip; apply sample only after
“Apply Blood”, “Alternate Site”,
or “Control Solution” appears
on the display.
Defective meter.
Call LifeScan Customer
Service at 1 800 227-8862.
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METER SET-UP
Note:
• It is important that the time of day is correct and that your
medication set-up and mealtimes are set according to
your personal daily schedule. Otherwise, some FastFacts®
information will not be correct.
• You do not need to change any of the meter settings in
order to begin testing. Simply insert a test strip to turn on
the meter and proceed with the test (see pages 19–39).
The OneTouch® UltraSmart® Meter was pre-set at the factory with
the date and Pacific Standard Time, and display language. The
glucose units are pre-set at the factory and cannot be changed.
You must enter Set-up mode to:
• Change the date, time, or display language. (Glucose units
cannot be changed.)
• Customize the meter features that allow you to track
diabetes pills, insulin doses, and insulin pump information.
• Customize advanced features such as averages, meal
schedule, target glucose range, and hypoglycemia level.
Entering Basic Set-up Mode
To enter Set-up mode, press and hold down BOTH the
Back button
and the OK button
at the same
time for at least two seconds.
OK
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This message will appear briefly. The
language menu will follow immediately.
The meter is now in Set-up mode. The
SmartButtons® cannot be used while you
are in Set-up mode. (You may still test at
any time simply by inserting a test strip.)
UltraSmart
Selecting Display Language
The meter is set at the factory to use English.
Set up in?
To use English, press the OK button
OK
English
Español
Francais
Deutsch
Italiano
Português
Nederlands
.
You may choose one of up to six other languages
in Set-up mode.
Spanish (Español)
French (Français)
German (Deutsch)
Italian (Italiano)
Portuguese (Português)
Dutch (Nederlands)
¿Configurar en?
To change the language, use the Arrow
button to scroll to the language.
With your language choice highlighted,
press the OK button
.
OK
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English
Español
Francais
Deutsch
Italiano
Português
Nederlands
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Setting Date and Time
After the language has been set, the meter will
display the factory-set time and date. If the date
and/or time are incorrect, follow these steps in
Set-up mode (see page 58, Entering Basic Set-up
Mode).
You can ONLY change “am” and “pm” when you pass 12:00.
If you use the 12-hour format, make sure “am” or “pm” is correct
when setting the hour.
Basic Set-up
Time
12:00 am
Date
Sep 15-02
Begin by setting the hour and “am” or “pm”
if using 12-hour format. Use the Arrow
button to scroll to the correct hour.
Check am/pm if applicable. If incorrect,
continue to press the Arrow button until
the hour and “am” or “pm” are correct.
Press the OK button
to continue.
OK
Basic Set-up
Time
12:00 am
Date
Sep 15-02
Use the Arrow button to scroll to
the correct minutes and press the OK
button .
OK
If “am” or “pm” is not correct, press the Back button
to go
back to the previous display and reset to the desired hour and
“am” or “pm” setting.
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Basic Set-up
Then select the correct year and press the
OK button . Repeat these steps to
select the month and day.
OK
Time
12:00 am
Date
Sep 15-02
Note: It is important to select the correct date
and time or your logbook may not show the
most recent result first.
The meter will ask you if you wish to
customize it. Select “Yes” (press the OK
button
) if you wish to customize other
meter settings (see Custom Meter Set-up
Sequence, pages 62–76).
OK
If you select “No” (use Arrow button
and press the OK button
), the meter
will turn off and continue to use the
factory settings.
Do you want to customize
your meter now?
Yes
No
Do you want to customize
your meter now?
OK
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Yes
No
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CUSTOM METER SET-UP SEQUENCE
The OneTouch® UltraSmart® Meter has a number of
optional features that you may use to track all your
diabetes information. The Set-up Menu allows you
to customize the meter with your personal diabetes
management plan including the type and amount of
medication you take, your target glucose range, your
usual meal times, and much more information.
Note: If you are starting the custom set-up
sequence with the meter off, you must press
the Back button
and the OK button at
the same time to turn on the meter. To access
the Set-up Menu, you must go through Basic
Set-up first (see pages 58–61).
OK
Set-up Menu
Do you want to customize
your meter now?
Yes
No
After completing Basic Set-up, choose
“Yes” to customize your meter.
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You should have your OneTouch®
UltraSmart® Owner’s Booklet available
to refer to while customizing the meter.
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Please use your Owner's
Booklet to help you set
up your
OneTouch
UltraSmart
Set-up Menu
“Set-up Menu” will appear on the display
with a list of options. “Settings” will be
highlighted.
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Settings
Diabetes Pill Set-up
Insulin Set-up
Insulin Pump
Advanced Features
Exit Set-up
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Following is a summary of meter settings:
Meter Settings
FACTORY SETTINGS
CUSTOM SETTINGS
am/pm
MM/DD/YY
Sunday
mg/dL
ON
24-hour
DD/MM/YY
Monday
mmol/L
OFF
Diabetes Pill Set-Up:
Pill A
Pill B
Pill A to E
or Customize with
OneTouch® Diabetes
Management
Software
Insulin Set-Up:
InsulinA
InsulinB
Rapid, Regular,
Lente, NPH, Ultralen
(Ultralente),
Premixed, Other,
InsulinA, InsulinB,
InsulinC, or
Customize with
OneTouch® Diabetes
Management
Software
OPTION
Settings:
Time Format
Date Format
Begin of Week
Cholesterol Units
Beep
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Meter Settings (continued)
FACTORY SETTINGS
CUSTOM SETTINGS
Insulin Pump:
No
Yes
Advanced Features:
Averages
14 days
7, 30, 60, 90 days
Pre-set (see pages
74–75)
Personal
90–130 mg/dL
Personal
—
Personal
70 mg/dL
Personal
OPTION
Schedule
Glucose Range
Before Meal
After Meal
Hypo Level
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Settings
“Settings” include:
• Time format
• Date format
• Beginning of the week
• Cholesterol unit of measure
• Beep on or off
To change any of these settings, press the OK
button
with “Settings” highlighted on the
Set-up Menu. Each setting has a pop-up menu
of available choices. You must review all five
settings and choose one for each. Press the OK
button
to save them. After setting the last
setting, the Beep, press the OK button
to save
your settings before turning off the meter or
allowing it to turn off automatically.
OK
OK
OK
Settings
Time Format
Date Format
Begin of week
Cholesterol Units
Beep
am/pm
24 hour
Sunday
mg/dL
ON
You may set your meter to use a 12-hour
am/pm time format or a 24-hour
military time format (24:00). Use the
Arrow button to view the choices.
Highlight your choice and press the OK
button .
OK
Settings
Time Format
am/pm
Date Format MM/DD/YY
Begin of week DD/MM/YY
Cholesterol Units
mg/dL
ON
Beep
You may choose between the MonthDay-Year date format (e.g., July 5, 2002)
or the Day-Month-Year format (e.g., 5
July 2002). Highlight your choice and
press the OK button .
OK
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Settings
For record-keeping purposes you may
begin your week on Sunday or Monday.
Use the Arrow button to highlight your
choice and press the OK button .
OK
The cholesterol unit of measure may be
either mg/dL (used in the U.S. and some
European countries) or mmol/L (used in
Canada and many other countries).
Highlight your choice and press the OK
button .
Time Format
am/pm
Date Format MM/DD/YY
Sunday
Begin of week
Cholesterol Units Monday
Beep
ON
Settings
Time Format
am/pm
Date Format MM/DD/YY
Begin of week
Sunday
Cholesterol Units
mg/dL
Beep
mmol/L
OK
The meter was set at the factory to give
audio signals (“beeps”) at key points in
the test procedure. To keep the beeps,
highlight “ON” and press the OK button
. For silent meter operation, highlight
“OFF” and press the OK button .
OK
OK
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Settings
Time Format
am/pm
Date Format
MM/DD/YY
Begin of week
Sunday
Cholesterol Units
mg/dL
Beep
ON
OFF
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Diabetes Pill Set-up
You may record up to five types of diabetes pills. This
feature helps you track when you have taken each of
your medications. The names of the medications may
be chosen from a menu (Pills A through E) or the
brand or generic names entered using a personal
computer and OneTouch® Diabetes Management
Software. If you do not customize your pill names,
the factory settings of Pill A and Pill B will appear on
your pill entry display.
Set-up Menu
Settings
Diabetes Pill Set-up
Insulin Set-up
Insulin Pump
Advanced Features
Exit Set-up
Diabetes Pill Set-up
Using the Arrow button , scroll to
“Diabetes Pill Set-up” and press the OK
button .
OK
Enter the number of pill types you are
taking (not the number of tablets you take
each time). Scroll to the correct number
and press the OK button . You can
enter up to five types of pills. If you do
not take pills or do not wish to use this
feature, enter “ 0”. If you enter “ 0 ”, the
diabetes pill choices will not appear on
the display when you press the
Medication SmartButton®.
OK
How many types of
pills do you take?
2
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A pop-up menu of pill choices will appear
on the display. Use Pills A–E to label up to
five pills. For example, if you take glipizide
pills you could label them as “Pill A”.
You can enter the actual pill names using
OneTouch® Diabetes Management
Software. Using the Arrow button ,
scroll down to your choice and press the
OK button
.
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Diabetes Pill Set-up
Select Pills
Pill 1:
Pill 2:
Pill
Pill
Pill
Pill
Pill
A
B
C
D
E
OK
“Pill 2” will be highlighted automatically.
To enter a second type of diabetes pill,
choose Pill B–E to describe the second pill
and press the OK button . Repeat these
steps to enter other pill types.
Diabetes Pill Set-up
Select Pills
Pill 1:
OK
Pill 2:
Pill
Pill
Pill
Pill
B
C
D
E
Diabetes Pill Set-up
If you have completed your diabetes pill
choices, select “Save” and press the OK
button . If necessary, press the Back
button
to re-enter pill types.
OK
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Pill 1:
Pill A
Pill 2:
Pill B
Save
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Insulin Set-up
You can record your daily insulin usage by type of
insulin and number of units for up to three different
insulin types. Insulin types may be chosen from a
menu of ten choices. Eleven other insulin types (up
to eight characters in length) may be entered using a
personal computer loaded with OneTouch® Diabetes
Management Software. If you do not customize your
insulin names, the factory settings of InsulinA and
InsulinB will appear on your medication entry display.
Set-up Menu
Settings
Diabetes Pill Set-up
Insulin Set-up
Insulin Pump
Advanced Features
Exit Set-up
Insulin Set-up
How many types of
insulin do you take?
2
Choose Insulin Set-up on the Set-up
Menu and press the OK button
.
OK
Scroll to the number of insulin types you
use and press the OK button
. You can
choose up to three types of insulin. If you
do not wish to use this feature, enter “0 ”.
If you select “0 ”, no insulin names will
appear on the display when you press
the Medication SmartButton®.
OK
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To enter your first insulin type, review the
menu choices:
Premixed
Rapid
Other
Regular
InsulinA
Lente
InsulinB
NPH
Ultralen (Ultralente) InsulinC
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Insulin Set-up
Select insulin(s)
Insulin 1:
Insulin 2:
Rapid
Regular
Lente
NPH
Ultralen
Insulin Set-up
Use the Arrow button to scroll through
the menu. Press the OK button
on your
selection. Repeat these steps until all of
your insulin types have been selected.
Select insulin(s)
OK
Insulin 1:
Insulin 2:
Regular
Lente
NPH
Ultralen
Premixed
Insulin Set-up
To save your insulin choices, use the
Arrow button to scroll to “Save” and
press the OK button .
OK
Insulin 1:
Rapid
Insulin 2:
Regular
Save
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Insulin Pump Set-up
If you are using an insulin pump, the OneTouch®
UltraSmart® Meter allows you to store current
information about your pump. The factory setting
will be set as if you do not use a pump.
Set-up Menu
Settings
Diabetes Pill Set-up
Insulin Set-up
Insulin Pump
Advanced Features
Exit Set-up
Select “Insulin Pump” on the Set-up Menu
and press the OK button .
OK
Select “Yes” to use this feature and press
the OK button . You can then use this
feature to enter your bolus doses and
total insulin amounts. If you do not use
an insulin pump or you do not wish to set
up this feature now, select “No” and press
the OK button . After choosing “Yes”
or “No”, the meter will return you to the
Set-up Menu.
OK
Insulin Pump
Do you use an insulin
pump?
Yes
No
OK
Advanced Feature Set-up
The final item on the Set-up Menu is called
“Advanced Features”. These features allow you to:
• Choose the number of days included in your
glucose test averages
• Input your usual meal schedule
• Include your target glucose range
• Customize your hypoglycemic level
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FACTORY SETTINGS
CUSTOM SETTINGS
14 days
Pre-set
(see pages 74–75)
7, 30, 60, 90 days
Personal
Glucose Range
Before Meal
After Meal
90–130 mg/dL
—
Personal
Personal
Hypo Level
70 mg/dL
Personal
ADVANCED FEATURES
Averages
Schedule
Select “Advanced Features” as follows:
Set-up Menu
Select “Advanced Features” and press
the OK button .
OK
The first advanced feature is averages.
Each time you test, the meter is set to
display a 14-day average of your glucose
tests along with your test result. You
can change the number of days that make
up this average to the last 7, 30, 60, or
90 days. Scroll to the number of days
you want to include in your test display
average and press the OK button .
You can still look at averages for all five
time periods by reviewing your electronic
logbook.
OK
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Settings
Diabetes Pill Set-up
Insulin Set-up
Insulin Pump
Advanced Features
Exit Set-up
Advanced Features
Averages
Schedule
Glucose Range
Before Meal
After Meal
Hypo Level
7 Day
14
30
60
90
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Averages
Schedule
Glucose Range
Before Meal
After Meal
Hypo Level
14 Day
Pre-set
Personal
90-130
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Pre-set Schedule
Bef Brkft
6:00 a- 9:00 a
9:00 a- 11:00 a
Aft Brkft
Bef Lunch
11:00 a- 2:00 p
2:00 p- 5:00 p
Aft Lunch
5:00 p- 8:00 p
Bef Dinner
8:00 p- 11:00 p
Aft Dinner
11:00 p- 6:00 a
Night
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Next, the meter will prompt you to select
time periods for your usual meal schedule.
When you set this feature all of your test
results will be tagged with the mealtime.
To view a pre-set meal schedule select
“Pre-set” and press the OK button
.
OK
The pre-set schedule will appear on the
display. Both Before and After Mealtimes
are pre-set. Whenever you test, these
mealtimes will be recorded in the
electronic logbook whether or not you are
eating on schedule. To use the pre-set
schedule, press the OK button
.
OK
To personalize your schedule, press the
Back button , choose “Personal”, and
press the OK button . To change all or
some of the personal meal schedule:
OK
Personal Schedule
Bef Brkft
6:00 a- 9:00 a
9:00 a- 11:00 a
Aft Brkft
Bef Lunch
11:00 a- 2:00 p
Aft Lunch
2:00 p- 5:00 p
5:00 p- 8:00 p
Bef Dinner
8:00 p- 11:00 p
Aft Dinner
11:00 p- 6:00 a
Night
• Scroll through each mealtime.
• Select the correct hours and minutes
(in 15-minute steps).
• Press the OK button
.
• If you make a mistake, press the Back
button
to return to the top of the
schedule and make corrections.
OK
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You will only be able to set beginning or
start times for each mealtime. End times
will change to match the start time of the
next time period. For example, if your
lunch is usually at 12:00 noon, “Bef
Lunch” could be 10:00am to 12:00pm.
Personal Schedule
5:00 a- 8:00 a
Bef Brkft
8:00 a- 10:00 a
Aft Brkft
10:00 a- 12:00 p
Bef Lunch
12:00 p- 5:00 p
Aft Lunch
5:00 p- 8:00 p
Bef Dinner
8:00 p- 11:00 p
Aft Dinner
11:00 p- 5:00 a
Night
After changing the times, press the
OK button
to save your personal
schedule.
Personal Schedule
5:00 a- 8:00 a
Bef Brkft
8:00 a- 10:00 a
Aft Brkft
10:00 a- 12:00 p
Bef Lunch
12:00 p- 5:00 p
Aft Lunch
5:00 p- 8:00 p
Bef Dinner
8:00 p- 11:00 p
Aft Dinner
11:00 p- 5:00 a
Night
OK
Note:
• It is important that the time of day is correct and
that your medication set-up and mealtimes are
set according to your personal daily schedule.
Otherwise, some FastFacts® information will not
be correct.
• You have the option to modify the mealtime for
any test if necessary.
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Averages
Schedule
Glucose Range
Before Meal
After Meal
Hypo Level
14 Day
Pre-set
90-130
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Next, the meter will prompt you to set a
before-meal blood glucose range. The
meter is pre-set to 90–130 mg/dL. To use
this range, press the OK button
twice.
You may change this range to one
recommended by your healthcare
professional. To change the lower and
upper ends of the range in 1-mg/dL steps,
scroll to the correct numbers and press
the OK button
.
OK
OK
Advanced Features
Averages
Schedule
Glucose Range
Before Meal
After Meal
Hypo Level
14 Day
Pre-set
90-130
--- - --70
Advanced Features
Averages
Schedule
Glucose Range
Before Meal
After Meal
Hypo Level
14 Day
Pre-set
90-130
--- - --70
If you have an after-meal glucose range
recommended by your healthcare
professional and wish to enter it, use the
Arrow button to scroll to your target
numbers and press the OK button .
OK
The factory-set hypoglycemia level is 70
mg/dL. If your healthcare professional has
advised you to use a different level,
scroll to the correct number and press
the OK button
.
OK
Set-up Menu
Settings
Diabetes Pill Set-up
Insulin Set-up
Insulin Pump
Advanced Features
Exit Set-up
To exit Set-up mode, choose “Exit Set-up”
and press the OK button
.
OK
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YOUR ELECTRONIC LOGBOOK
The OneTouch® UltraSmart® electronic logbook is the
meter memory. It stores over 3,000 records. The
SmartButtons® allow you to enter information about
your diabetes management plan, including exercise,
health, medication, and food.
Comments
Information that you store in your electronic logbook
along with a test result is called a “comment.”
Following is a list of comments that you may store.
DEFINITION COMMENTS ON GLUCOSE RESULTS
After
During
Exercise
Before
Health
Stress
Menses
Medication
None
Food
Before
After After Breakfast
Before Breakfast
After Lunch
Before Lunch Breakfast
Lunch
Breakfast
After Dinner
Before Dinner After Lunch
Night
After Dinner Night
Lunch
Feel Hypo
Vacation
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Rules for Adding Comments
Following are rules for adding comments in your logbook.
• If you wish to add a comment to a test result, press
the OK button
while viewing the test result.
• Use the Arrow button to scroll up and down through the
various menus and choices.
• Use the OK button
to make a selection.
• You must save your selections by using the Arrow button
to highlight “Save” and pressing the OK button
.
• Prior to seeing the logbook display, you may press the Back
button
and return to the previous display to review or edit
the information you have stored.
• To remove an entry, select - - - from the menu.
• Press and hold the Back button
to turn off the meter.
• After one minute of no activity, the meter will turn off
automatically. To go back into the logbook, press the
FastFacts® SmartButton®. With “Logbook” highlighted,
press the OK button
.
OK
OK
OK
OK
You can comment on a test as occurring before or after a meal,
how you are feeling at the time of the test, and if there was any
exercise involved. In all, you may add one food comment, one
exercise comment, and up to six health comments to a test result.
How to Add a Comment
Following are the steps you take to comment on a
test result.
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The meter will automatically prompt you to add a
comment when you have a test result outside of your
glucose target range. You can, however, add a
comment to a test result whether or not “Comment?
Press OK” appears. In this example, we will comment
on a test result with food, exercise, and health
information.
Sep 8-02 10:30 am
With any test result (or test result with
average) on the display, press the OK
button
. You will be able to add
comments for food, health, and exercise.
OK
135
mg/dL
Comment? Press OK
(Example)
Health is always highlighted first since
the food comment is automatically
added based on your pre-set or personal
schedule (see Advanced Feature Set-up,
pages 72–76).
Sep 8-02 10:30 am
Gluc. 135 Comment
Food
Health
Exer
Save
Aft Brkft
---------------
FOOD COMMENTS
In this example we’ll use food. If you wish
to change the food comment to a different
mealtime, use the Arrow button to
select “Food” and press the OK button .
Use the Arrow button to select your
food comment and press the OK button
again. Your choices are Bef Brkft, Aft
Brkft, Bef Lunch, Aft Lunch, Bef Dinner,
Aft Dinner, and Night.
OK
Sep 8-02 10:30 am
Gluc. 135 Comment
Food
Health
Exer
OK
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Save
-------Bef Brkft
Aft Brkft
Bef Lunch
Aft Lunch
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Food
Health
Exer
Save
Bef Lunch
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Once you select your mealtime, “Health”
is automatically highlighted. If you are
through commenting, scroll to “Save”
and press the OK button . If you do
not press the OK button , your
entries will not be saved.
OK
--------
OK
HEALTH COMMENTS
Sep 8-02 10:30 am
Gluc. 135 Comment
You can comment on the result with notes
about your overall health at the time of
the test. Press the OK button
with
“Health” highlighted. You may add up to
six comments from this menu:
Stress
Menses
Feel Hypo
Vacation
Illness
Other
OK
Food
Health
Exer
Save
-------Stress
Feel Hypo
Illness
Menses
Sep 8-02 10:30 am
Gluc. 135 Comment
Food
Health 1
Health 2
Exer
Save
-------Feel Hypo
Illness
Menses
Vacation
After adding your first health comment,
“Health 2” will automatically appear on
the display. To add additional health
comments, press the OK button
and
select the comment from the menu. Note
that your previous comment is no longer
available.
OK
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When you have completed making
comments, scroll to “Save” and press
the OK button . If you do not press
the OK button , your entries will not
be saved.
OK
OK
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Sep 8-02 10:30 am
Gluc. 135 Comment
Food
Health 1
Health 2
Exer
Save
Bef Lunch
Stress
---------------
EXERCISE COMMENTS
Sep 8-02 10:30 am
Gluc. 135 Comment
You can comment on a test result as
occurring before, during, or after
exercise.
After you add the exercise comment,
“Save” will automatically be highlighted.
If you press the OK button , all of the
comments you have entered will appear
with the test result in the logbook.
OK
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Food
Health 1
Health 2
Exer
Save
Bef Lunch
-------Before
During
After
Sep 8-02 10:30 am
Gluc. 135 Comment
Food
Health 1
Health 2
Exer
Save
Bef Lunch
Stress
-------After
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Logbook Entries
“Logbook entries” are activities concerning exercise,
health, medication, and food that are not associated
with a test. You do not have to perform a blood
glucose test in order to add valuable diabetes
information to your electronic logbook.
Using the SmartButtons®
The SmartButtons® allow you to enter information
about your diabetes management plan. There are
SmartButtons® for exercise, health, medication, and
food. To make a logbook entry, press the appropriate
SmartButton® to turn on the meter and enter the
menu for the type of entry.
Note: You may press any SmartButton® to turn
on the meter and move directly to the category.
Food
Exercise
FastFacts®
Health
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Following is a list of logbook entries you can make.
SmartButton®
LOGBOOK ENTRIES
Exercise
Duration (enter
length of time)
Mild
Moderate
Hard
Health
Health Notes:
Stress
Feel Hypo
Illness
Menses
Vacation
Other
Health Checks:
Ketones
HbA1c
Microalbumin
Cholesterol
Blood Pressure
Eye Exam
Foot Exam
Weight/Height
Dr. Visit
Medication
Pills (1–5 and how many of each)
Insulin (1–3 and units)
Insulin Pump
Food
Carbs
Calories
Fats
Proteins
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Rules for Logbook Entries
• If you wish to add a logbook entry, press a
SmartButton® to turn on the meter. The icon for
the category you are choosing will appear in the
upper-left-hand corner of the display and the title
of the category will appear at the top of the
display. If you press a SmartButton® in error,
either press another SmartButton® or choose
- - - from the selection menu.
• Before making a logbook entry, the time must be
selected. Use the Arrow button to choose
either the date and time displayed or “Other
Time”.
• Use the OK button
to confirm your
choices. The logbook display will appear. If no
logbook display appears, your entries have not
been saved.
• It is possible to enter the same logbook entry
information more than once for a given date and
time.
• To remove an entry, select - - - from the menu.
• Prior to seeing the logbook display, you may
press the Back button
and return to the
previous display to review or edit the information
you have stored.
• Press and hold the Back button
to turn off
the meter.
OK
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Entering the Date and Time
Exercise Entry
If the logbook entry is for the current
date and time, press the OK button .
OK
Add New Entry for
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Other Time
Exercise Entry
If the entry is for a previous date and
time, select “Other Time” and press the
OK button .
OK
Add New Entry for
Sep 15-02 3:30 pm
Other Time
Select Entry Date
A calendar will appear on the display.
Scroll to the correct month and day and
press the OK button .
OK
Sep-02
4
11
18
25
5
12
19
26
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
1
8
15
22
29
Sep 8-02
Record the time in hours and minutes
and press the OK button . Note that
“am” and “pm” change every 12 hours.
Then make your logbook entry.
OK
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What time?
10: 30 pm
2
9
16
23
30
3
10
17
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EXERCISE LOGBOOK ENTRIES
Exercise Entry
Add New Entry for
Sep 15-02 3:30 pm
Other Time
With the meter turned off, press the
Exercise SmartButton.® These choices will
appear on the display. Select the current
date and time to add an exercise logbook
entry at this time. Select “Other Time” if
the logbook entry is for some time in the
past and press the OK button .
OK
Sep 15-02 3:30 pm
Exercise Entry
Exercise
Duration
-------Mild
Moderate
Hard
Note: Check that the date and time
are correct for your entry. You may
rate the exercise you performed as
mild, moderate, or hard. Press the
OK button .
OK
Sep 15-02 3:30 pm
Exercise Entry
Exercise
Hard
Duration
00:10
Then record the duration of the exercise
to the nearest five minutes. Press the OK
button
to save the logbook entry.
OK
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The exercise logbook entry you recorded
will be saved this way in your
electronic logbook. You may also scroll
through the logbook to view previous
entries. Press the OK button
while
you are in the logbook to edit or delete
the highlighted entry (see pages
105–107).
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Logbook
Sep 15-02
Exercise
Hard
3:30 pm
00:10
OK
HEALTH LOGBOOK ENTRIES
After selecting the date and time, two menu choices
will appear. You may make health logbook entries
for the current time or another time (see page 85).
“Health Notes” allow you to enter information about
your day.
Sep 15-02 3:30 pm
Health Entry
Select “Health Notes” and press the
OK button .
Health Notes
OK
Health Checks
Choose from this menu:
Stress
Menses
Feel Hypo
Vacation
Illness
Other
Sep 15-02 3:30 pm
Health Notes
Press the OK button
to save and
view the logbook entry.
OK
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-------Stress
Feel Hypo
Illness
Menses
Vacation
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Logbook
Sep 15-02
Stress
3:30 pm
The logbook entry with your Health Note
will be saved this way in the electronic
logbook.
“Health Checks” are another type of health logbook
entry that you can record. Health Checks include
home and laboratory tests as well as doctors’
examinations. All of this information is vital to a good
diabetes management plan. Health Checks may be
stored in your electronic logbook at the time they
occur or at some later time.
Sep 15-02 3:30 pm
Health Entry
Health Notes
Health Checks
To record check-up information, select
“Health Checks” and press the OK
button .
OK
Choose from this menu:
Ketones
HbA1c
Microalbumin
Cholesterol
Blood Pressure
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Eye Exam
Foot Exam
Weight/Height
Dr. Visit
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Many Health Checks allow you to input numeric
values. In order to adjust the number, use the
Arrow button to scroll up and down. Press the OK
button
to save your selection and return to the
Health Checks menu. Following are sample entries
possible under “Health Checks”. When you have
completed your Health Check entries, scroll to “Exit
Health Checks” and press the OK button . Your
Health Check entry will be saved in the electronic
logbook.
OK
OK
Ketones
When you check ketones, you can enter
the results in your electronic logbook.
Results may be:
Negative
Moderate
Trace
Large
Small
Sep 15-02 3:30 pm
Health Checks
Ketones
-------Negative
Trace
Small
Moderate
Sep 15-02 3:30 pm
Health Checks
Scroll to your selection and press the
OK button .
OK
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Ketones
-------Negative
Trace
Small
Moderate
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Blood Pressure
Eye Exam
Foot Exam
Weight/Height
Dr. Visit
Exit Health Checks
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You will return to the Health Checks menu
with “Exit Health Checks” highlighted. If
you are finished with your entries, press
the OK button
with “Exit Health
Checks” highlighted. If you wish to enter
other Health Checks, use the Arrow button
to scroll to the additional menu choice
and press the OK button .
OK
OK
Logbook
Sep 15-02
Ketones
3:30 pm
Negative
Your entry will be saved this way in the
electronic logbook.
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HbA1c
Tests for hemoglobin A1c, also known
as HbA1c or A1c, can be recorded from
4% to 15% in 0.1% steps. When entering
data, the value will start at the value you
last saved. Scroll to your selection and
press the OK button .
Sep 15-02 3:30 pm
Health Checks
HbA1c
5.2%
OK
Microalbumin
You can enter your test results for
microalbumin as “Normal”, “Positive”, a
numeric value from 1 to 1000 or “>1000”.
When entering data, the value will start
at the value you last saved. Scroll to your
selection and press the OK button .
OK
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Health Checks
Microalbumin
---------
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Cholesterol
Sep 15-02 3:30 pm
Health Checks
Cholesterol
187
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Total:
LDL:
HDL:
Trig:
You may enter cholesterol test results in
1-mg/dL (0.1-mmol/L) steps for:
• Total (up to >1000) (>25.9 mmol/L)
• LDL (up to >500) (>13.0 mmol/L)
• HDL (up to >500) (>13.0 mmol/L)
• Triglycerides (Trig) (up to >3000)
(>33.9 mmol/L)
To advance to the next cholesterol entry,
press the OK button . To return to a
previous cholesterol entry on this display,
press the Back button .
OK
Note: When entering data, the value will start at
the value you last saved.
Blood Pressure
The logbook range for the first number (systolic) is
80–200 mmHg. The range for the second number
(diastolic) is 40–150 mmHg. Both are in 1-mmHg
steps. Blood pressure (B.P.) above or below these
ranges will appear on the display as “- - -” and will
not be recorded in the logbook.
Sep 15-02 3:30 pm
Health Checks
Blood Pressure
120/ 80
When entering data, the value will start
at the value you last saved.
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Eye Exam
Sep 15-02 3:30 pm
Health Checks
To record an eye examination, select
“Enter Eye Exam” and press the OK
button
.
-------Enter Eye Exam
OK
Foot Exam
Sep 15-02 3:30 pm
Health Checks
To record a foot examination, select
“Enter Foot Exam” and press the OK
button .
OK
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Weight/Height
Sep 15-02 3:30 pm
Health Checks
Weight
150.0
Height
67.0
Enter your weight in 0.5-pound steps
and your height in 0.5-inch steps. When
entering data, the value will start at the
value you last saved.
Doctor Visit
Sep 15-02 3:30 pm
Health Checks
-------Enter Dr. Visit
To record the date of your last visit to the
doctor, select “Enter Dr. Visit”.
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MEDICATION LOGBOOK ENTRIES
Press the Medication SmartButton® to
access the menu. You may track your
diabetes pills, insulin types and dosages,
and insulin pump information. Select the
current date and time or “Other Time”
(see page 85).
If you entered “0 ” pills, “0 ” insulin, and
“No” for pump in the Set-up mode, this
message will appear. To select your
medications return to Set-up mode (see
Custom Meter Set-up Sequence, pages
62–76).
Meds Entry
Add New Entry for
Sep 8-02 9:20 pm
Other Time
Please use Set-up mode
to select pills, insulin or
pump functions.
Medication Menu
The medication menu reflects your input
in the Set-up mode (see pages 68–72).
If you entered diabetes pills, insulin,
and/or insulin pump information, it will
appear on the display as in this example.
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Sep 8-02 9:20 pm
Meds Entry
Pill A
Pill B
InsulinA
InsulinB
Pump Bolus
Pump Daily Total
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Diabetes Pills
Sep 8-02 9:20 pm
Meds Entry
Pill A
Pill B
InsulinA
InsulinB
Pump Bolus
Pump Daily Total
Sep 8-02 9:20 pm
Meds Entry
Pill A
1 .0
Sep 8-02 9:20 pm
Meds Entry
Pill B
InsulinA
InsulinB
Pump Bolus
Pump Daily Total
Exit Meds Entry
To enter your diabetes pills, select the
pill you have taken and press the OK
button
.
OK
Enter the number of pills you have taken
(in 0.5 or one-half pill steps) and press the
OK button
. When entering data, the
value will start at the value you last saved.
OK
After your medication logbook entry,
select “Exit Meds Entry” and press the OK
button
or select another item from the
menu.
OK
Logbook
Sep 8-02
Pill A
9:20 pm
1 .0
The logbook entry will be saved this way in
your electronic logbook.
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Insulin Dosages
Enter an insulin dosage by highlighting an
insulin type and press the OK button .
OK
Then record the units of insulin. The
meter was set at the factory to record
units in 0.1 increments. When entering
data, the value will start at the value
you last saved.
If you wish to record a second insulin,
choose from the list, and then enter the
number of units. Repeat these steps as
needed. After completing your insulin
logbook entry, select “Exit Meds Entry”
and press the OK button
.
OK
Sep 8-02 9:20 pm
Meds Entry
Pill A
Pill B
InsulinA
InsulinB
Pump Bolus
Pump Daily Total
Sep 8-02 9:20 pm
Meds Entry
InsulinA
10.0
Sep 8-02 9:20 pm
Meds Entry
Pill A
Pill B
InsulinB
Pump Bolus
Pump Daily Total
Exit Meds Entry
Logbook
The insulin dosage will be saved this way
in your electronic logbook.
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Sep 8-02
InsulinA
Stress
9:20 pm
10.0
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Insulin Pump
You can enter insulin pump information as bolus
entries or as a daily total.
Sep 8-02 9:20 pm
Meds Entry
Pill A
Pill B
InsulinA
InsulinB
Pump Bolus
Pump Daily Total
Sep 8-02 9:20 pm
Meds Entry
If you are entering bolus information,
select “Pump Bolus” and press the OK
button .
OK
Then enter the units in 0.1 steps and
press the OK button . When entering
data, the value will start at the value you
last saved.
OK
Pump Bolus
0.1
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If you have completed your medication
logbook entry, select “Exit Meds Entry”.
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Sep 8-02 9:20 pm
Meds Entry
Pill A
Pill B
InsulinA
InsulinB
Pump Daily Total
Exit Meds Entry
Logbook
The dosage will be saved this way in your
electronic logbook.
Sep 8-02
Pump
Bolus
9:20 pm
0.1
Sep 8-02 9:20 pm
Meds Entry
To enter your pump total for the day,
scroll to “Pump Daily Total” and press the
OK button .
OK
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Pill B
InsulinA
InsulinB
Pump Bolus
Pump Daily Total
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Use the Arrow button to scroll to the
number of units you have taken over the
past 24 hours and press the OK button .
When entering data, the value will start at
the value you last saved.
OK
Sep 8-02 9:20 pm
Meds Entry
Pill A
Pill B
InsulinA
InsulinB
Pump Bolus
Exit Meds Entry
When you have completed your
medication logbook entries, select
“Exit Meds Entry”.
Logbook
Sep 8-02 9:20 pm
Pump
Daily Total
25.2
Your daily pump total will be saved this
way in your electronic logbook.
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FOOD LOGBOOK ENTRIES
Food and blood glucose levels are closely linked.
Logbook entries allow you to keep track of important
nutritional information for each meal or snack by
type of nutrient.
Food Entry
®
Press the Food SmartButton and
select either the current date and time
or “Other Time”.
Then enter the type of meal from the
meal menu. You may also record alcohol
usage.
Add New Entry for
Sep 8-02 5:26 pm
Other Time
Sep 8-02 5:26 pm
Food Entry
-------Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner
Snack
Alcohol
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Information
Carbs:
---
Fats:
---
Calories:
---
Proteins:
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You may enter carbohydrates (carbs), fats,
and proteins in the range of 0 to 250 in 1unit steps. Carbohydrates may be entered
as units or grams, whichever you prefer.
Calories may be entered in 5-unit steps
in the range of 0 to 2550. Use the Arrow
button to change the units for each
item. If you do not wish to enter units for
an item, select “- - -” and press the OK
button . Do Not enter “0” because it
will be included in your FastFacts®
averages (see page 108).
OK
Dinner
Information
Carbs:
Fats:
Calories:
Proteins:
60
15
375
Press the OK button
to advance to
the next nutrient. To return to a previous
nutrient, press the Back button .
OK
------
Note: When entering data, the value will start at
the value you last saved.
Logbook
Sep 8-02 5:26 pm
Dinner
Carbs:
60
Fats:
15
Calories:
375
Your food logbook entry will be saved this
way in the electronic logbook.
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Adding, Changing, or Deleting Logbook Information
Step 1.
Press the FastFacts® SmartButton®
to enter the FastFacts® menu.
Step 2.
Select “Logbook” from the
FastFacts® menu and press the OK
button
. The most recent entry in
your electronic logbook will appear
on the display.
OK
Step 3.
Use the Arrow button to scroll
through your logbook entries.
Logbook
Note the location of the highlight in
the logbook display. Note also on the
right-hand margin the arrows (
).
They indicate the direction you may
scroll through your logbook.
Step 4.
Sep 8-02 10:30 am
Glucose 125 mg/dL
ess
Aft Brkft
Press the OK button
to edit
(add to or change) or delete
logbook information.
OK
EDITING OR DELETING TEST COMMENTS
(Example)
To edit or delete a comment, be sure
the highlight is on the glucose test result
to which the comment is attached.
Press the OK button
(see page 105
for electronic logbook entry example).
OK
103
Logbook
Sep 8-02 10:30 am
Glucose 125 mg/dL
ess
Aft Brkft
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Sep 8-02 10:30 am
Gluc. 125 Comment
Food
Aft Brkft
Health
--------
Exer
--------
To change the mealtime, select “Food”
and press the OK button .
OK
Save
Sep 8-02 10:30 am
Gluc. 125 Comment
Food
Health
Exer
Save
-------Bef Brkft
Aft Brkft
Bef Lunch
Aft Lunch
Sep 8-02 10:30 am
Gluc. 125 Comment
Food
Bef Lunch
Health
--------
Exer
--------
Save
Scroll to the desired mealtime and press
the OK button
again.
OK
You may edit other comments at this time.
To delete a comment, scroll to “- - -” and
press the OK button . When you have
completed editing the comments, scroll to
“Save” and press the OK
button
.
OK
OK
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Logbook
Your edited comment will appear this way
in your electronic logbook.
Sep 8-02 10:30 am
Glucose 125 mg/dL
Str
Bef Lunch
EDITING OR DELETING ELECTRONIC LOGBOOK
ENTRY
(Example)
All electronic logbook entries are edited
or deleted in the same way. Use the
Arrow button to highlight the electronic
logbook entry you wish to change and
press the OK button .
Logbook
Sep 15-02 5:26 pm
Dinner
Carbs:
60
Fats:
15
OK
Sep 15-02 5:26 pm
Food Entry
Press the OK button
OK
to edit.
Edit
Delete
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Lunch
Dinner
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Make sure the icon, date and time, and
description are correct. (If you make an
error, press the Back button
to return
to the menu.) Press the OK button
on the selected mealtime. If you wish to
change the entry to another mealtime,
scroll to the mealtime and press the
OK button
.
OK
OK
Dinner
Information
Carbs:
60
Fats:
15
Calories:
---
Proteins:
---
To keep the entry as it is, press the
OK button
.
OK
Dinner
Information
Carbs:
45
Fats:
15
Calories:
---
Proteins:
---
To change the entry, use the Arrow button
and press the OK button
.
OK
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Logbook
The edited entry will appear this way in
your electronic logbook.
Sep 15-02 5:26 pm
Dinner
Carbs:
45
Fats:
15
Logbook
To delete an entry, highlight the entry and
press the OK button
.
OK
Sep 15-02
Exercise
Hard
3:30 pm
00:10
Sep 15-02 3:30 pm
Exercise Entry
Use the Arrow button to select
“Delete” and press the OK button
OK
.
Edit
Delete
Sep 15-02 3:30 pm
Exercise Entry
Your entry will be deleted from the
electronic logbook.
107
Entry
removed
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OneTouch® UltraSmart® FastFacts®
FEATURE
FastFacts® Menu
Enter FastFacts® by pressing the
FastFacts® SmartButton.® This will put
you in the meter memory. The
FastFacts® feature allows you to view
charts and graphs of your test results
and other logbook information you
have entered.
FastFacts® SmartButton®
Note: The meter will turn itself off after one
minute of inactivity. Press any SmartButton® to
turn the meter back on.
FastFacts
Logbook
Glucose by Meals
Glucose Analysis
Insulin Intake
Hypo Info
Food Averages
Health Checks
The FastFacts® menu lists several choices.
See the next page for a description of what
is available under each choice.
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FastFacts® Menu
Logbook
(Meter Memory)
■
Glucose test results with comments and logbook entries
by date and time
Glucose by Meals
■
Glucose test results by date before and after meals
Glucose Analysis
■
Graph of All Results. Interactive graph of all glucose
test results by date
■
Graph by Time of Day. Graph of glucose results by
time of day
■
Average of All Results. Average of all results taken
for the last 7, 14, 30, 60, and 90 days
■
Average by Time of Day. Averages by time of day for
the last 7, 14, 30, 60, and 90 days
■
Averages by Exercise. Glucose averages before,
during, and after exercise for the last 7, 14, 30, 60,
and 90 days
■
Glucose Range Info. Percent of glucose test results
within, above, and below target range, before and
after meals, for the last 7, 14, 30, 60, and 90 days
Insulin Intake
■
Average insulin doses by insulin type, before and
after meals, for the last 7, 14, 30, 60, and 90 days
Hypo Info
■
Incidents of hypoglycemia (blood glucose of 70 mg/dL
or less) before and after meals for the last 7, 14, 30,
60, and 90 days
Food Averages
■
Average daily intake of carbohydrates, fats, calories,
and proteins for the last 7, 14, 30, 60, and 90 days
Health Checks
■
Dates and results of medical tests
Help
■
LifeScan Web site address
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LOGBOOK MEMORY
To review the details of each glucose test, comments,
and logbook entries, select “Logbook”. The logbook
is the meter memory. You may review all entries in
your electronic logbook, by date and time, by
pressing the Arrow button . In addition to reviewing
records, you may also edit the records (see pages
103-107). Following are sample records. Comments
are attached to a test result; logbook entries are not.
Logbook
Logbook
Sep 8-02 10:30 am
Glucose 125 mg/dL
Bef Lunch
Before Exer
Sep 15-02
Exercise
Hard
Test Result with Comments
3:30 pm
00:10
Logbook Entry
GLUCOSE BY MEALS
To review test results before and after meals, select
“Glucose by Meals”. Highlight the desired mealtime
and press the OK button . A summary of all test
results by date before and after the chosen meal or at
night will appear. Use the Arrow button to view
more entries.
OK
Glucose by Meals
Bef Brkft Aft Brkft
Glucose by Meals
Sep
Sep
Sep
Sep
Sep
Sep
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner
Night
110
8
7
6
6
5
4
80
100
70
140
70
90
120
115
125
--125
140
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GLUCOSE ANALYSIS
When you select “Glucose Analysis” on the FastFacts®
menu, an additional menu of choices appears. Use the
Arrow button to move to the desired menu and
press the OK button .
OK
Glucose Analysis
Graph of All Results
Graph by Time of Day
Average of All Results
Average by Time of Day
Average by Exercise
Glucose Range Info
Interactive Graph of All Results
The interactive graph displays three days of test
results at a time with the most recent test result
flashing. A bold bar above the dates indicates a
weekend. The two dotted lines indicate the lowest and
highest values of your before- and after-meal glucose
ranges (see Advanced Feature Set-up, pages 72–76). If
you have not selected an after-meal range, only the
before-meal range will appear. Results above 300
mg/dL or below 50 mg/dL are indicated by an arrow at
the top or bottom edge of the graph.
Interactive
Glucose Graph
300
250
Graph shows all
results
200
Use arrows to scroll
OK for details
150
100
50
Sep 22 Sep 23 Sep 24
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You may scroll backward or forward in time using the
Arrow button to move from one point to another.
Individual test results will flash as you scroll. To view
the details of a test, press the OK button
while
that test result is flashing. Press the Back button
to return to the graph. You may move back and forth
between the graph and the logbook as often as you
wish.
OK
Note: If you press the OK button
while in the
logbook, you will begin to edit or delete test
comments and will not be able to use the Back
button
to return to the graph.
OK
300
250
Logbook
OK
200
150
100
50
Sep 21-02
7:20 pm
Glucose 135 mg/dL
Aft Dinner
Dinner
Carbs:
45
Sep 21 Sep 22 Sep 23
Graph by Time of Day
You may view test results on a graph by time period
when you select “Graph by Time of Day”.
Graph daily results
by time period
Before Breakfast
After Breakfast
Before Lunch
After Lunch
Before Dinner
After Dinner
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Results by time period are shown day by day, one
week at a time. Each time you reach the end of the
graph, it will move by one day. Weekends are noted by
a bold bar above the dates.
300
250
Graph daily results
by time period
200
150
Before Breakfast
Glucose Results
100
50
Sep 21
Sep 28
Average of All Results
Test result averages are available for the last 7, 14, 30,
60, and 90 days. The number of tests that make up
each average is shown on the left in parentheses.
Average of all
Results
Number of Days
(18)
7
(33)
14
(75)
30
(153)
60
(202)
90
Avg
120
147
187
200
201
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Average by Time of Day
Test averages by time of day are available for the last
7, 14, 30, 60, and 90 days. The number of tests that
make up each average is shown on the left in
parentheses.
Avg. by time of
Day - 14 Days
Average by
time of Day
7
14
30 Days
60
90
(14)
(14)
(14)
(14)
(14)
(7)
Bef Brkft
Aft Brkft
Bef Lunch
Aft Lunch
Bef Dinner
Aft Dinner
95
135
80
128
128
125
Average by Exercise
Test result averages before, during, and after exercise
are available for the last 7, 14, 30, 60, and 90 days.
The number of tests that make up each average is
shown on the left in parentheses.
Average by
Exercise
Avg. by Exercise
14 Days
7
14
30 Days
60
90
114
(14) Before exercise
125
( 3) During exercise
103
(14) After exercise
110
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Glucose Range Info
If you entered your before- and after-meal glucose
ranges in the Set-up mode, you may review the
percentage of your test results that are above, below,
and within your target ranges. The number of tests
that make up each percentage is shown on the left in
parentheses. Otherwise, before-meal ranges are
factory-set at 90–130 mg/dL. After-meal target ranges
must be set by the user (see pages 75–76).
Bef Meal Glucose
Range 90-130
Glucose Range Info
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner
Night
Total
Before Meal
After Meal
Bef Brkft Glucose
Range 90-130
7
14
30 Days
60
90
Bef Brkft Glucose
Range 90-130
(6)
Above
20%
(5)
In Range
70%
(3)
Below
10%
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INSULIN INTAKE
Choose “Insulin Intake” from the FastFacts® Menu.
Insulin Intake
The individual insulins, in this example
Regular and NPH, are based on insulins
selected in the Set-up mode (see pages
70–71). Use the Arrow button to move to
your selection and press the OK button .
Regular
NPH
Syringe Totals
OK
Pump
Insulin Intake
Regular
7
14
30 Days
60
90
Regular Insulin
14 Day (Avg.)
8.0
(14) Breakfast
6:00am - 11:00am
(14)
10.5
Lunch
11:00am - 5:00pm
Choose the number of days you would
like to review in your average by using the
Arrow button to scroll through choices.
Press the OK button
to proceed.
OK
In this example, the average intake of
Regular insulin over the past 14 days is
displayed. The number in parentheses
before the time segment is the number
of logbook entries for that time period.
Note: Each time period includes the before and
after period for that meal (see pages 74–75 to
change your schedule).
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Syringe Totals
Insulin Intake
To view the total of all individual insulins
taken by syringe or insulin pen that you
have previously stored in the logbook,
select “Syringe Totals” and press the OK
button
.
Regular
NPH
Syringe Totals
Pump
OK
Insulin Intake
Syringe Totals
You may view the daily average of your
insulin intake over the last 7, 14, 30, 60,
and 90 days (example 14 days).
In this example, the average number
of insulin units taken over the last
14 days appears. The number shown in
parentheses is the number of syringe
insulin entries over the time period. An
asterisk (*) after the number means there
has been at least one day in the time
period without an entry.
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Daily Average
Daily Totals
Insulin Intake
Syringe Totals
14 Day (Avg.)
Total Daily Insulin
24.6
(18)*
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Insulin Intake
Syringe Totals
To view your total syringe insulin intake
for each day, scroll to “Daily Totals” and
press the OK button
.
Daily Average
OK
Daily Totals
Insulin Intake
Daily Totals
Sep 15 - 02
Sep 14 - 02
----------Sep 12 - 02
Sep 11 - 02
Sep 10 - 02
85.0
92.0
-----76.5
56.0
84.0
If you did not record a syringe insulin
intake for a particular day, “- - -” will
appear in both columns.
Insulin Pump
Insulin Intake
Premixed
Rapid
Syringe Totals
Select “Pump” to view bolus intake, daily
averages, and daily totals. You can review
the last 7, 14, 30, 60, or 90 days.
Pump
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Insulin Intake
Pump
“Bolus” will display your average bolus
intake for each mealtime (Breakfast,
Lunch, Dinner, Night) based on your
schedule (see pages 73–76).
Bolus
Daily Average
Daily Totals
Pump Bolus
14 Day (Avg.)
This example shows the average bolus
intake in units by time. The number of
logbook entries appears in parentheses.
“Daily Average” displays the average of
the total daily pump insulin. This example
is for the last 14 days. The number of
entries is listed in parentheses. An
asterisk (*) means there are days with no
entries.
119
(14)
Breakfast
6.0
6:00am - 11:00am
(14)
Lunch
8.0
11:00am - 5:00pm
Insulin Intake
Pump
14 Day (Avg.)
Total Daily
Pump Insulin
(12)*
52.3
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Insulin Intake Pump Daily Totals
“Pump Daily Totals” gives the pump totals you have
entered for each day. If you did not enter a pump
total for a day, “- - -” will appear.
Insulin Intake
Pump Daily Totals
Sep 14-02
Sep 14-02
Sep 13-02
Sep 12-02
---------Sep 10-02
85.0
92.0
82.5
76.5
----84.0
HYPOGLYCEMIA INFORMATION
If you select “Hypo Info” from the FastFacts® menu,
the meter will display the actual number of
hypoglycemic events defined by the level set in
Advanced Features (see page 76). The number of
events before and after meals and during the night
for the last 7, 14, 30, 60, and 90 days is displayed.
Use the Arrow button to view the other time
periods.
Hypo Info
(70 mg/dL or less)
7
14
30 Days
60
90
120
Hypo Info
(70 mg/dL or less)
6
Total - 14 Days:
Bef Brkft
Aft Brkft
Bef Lunch
Aft Lunch
5
1
0
0
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FOOD AVERAGES
Select “Food Averages” to view average daily intake
of carbohydrates, fats, calories, and proteins over
the last 7, 14, 30, 60, and 90 days. The number of
tests that make up each average is shown on the left
in parentheses.
Food Averages
7
14
30 Days
60
90
Food Averages
Breakfast
14 Day (Avg.)
(14)
(14)
(10)
(12)
45
14
362
14
Carbs:
Fats:
Calories:
Proteins:
HEALTH CHECKS
To view results and dates of various check-ups, select
“Health Checks”. Scroll to the type of Health Check
using the Arrow button and press the OK button .
The entries for each will appear on the display.
OK
Ketones
B.P.
Weight
Height
Dr. Visit
HbA1c
Chol
Health Checks
trace Sep 3- 02
120/80 Sep 3- 02
150.0 Sep 3- 02
67.0 Sep 3- 02
done Sep 3- 02
5.2% Sep 3- 02
187 Sep 3- 02
Health Checks
HbA1c:
Sep 3- 02
Jul 14- 02
121
5.2%
5.9%
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SOURCES FOR HELP
Information
Contact
LifeScan
Customer Service
or
visit the Website at:
www.LifeScan.com
This choice prompts you to contact
LifeScan Customer Service or visit our
Web site when you need help with
testing. Call LifeScan Customer Service,
at 1 800 227-8862, 24 hours a day,
seven days a week.
Data Downloading
Transferring test results to your personal computer
for home viewing requires OneTouch® Diabetes
Management Software from LifeScan and a
OneTouch® Interface Cable. OneTouch® Diabetes
Management Software and a OneTouch® Interface
Cable are not included with your OneTouch®
UltraSmart® System. For order information and to
learn more about OneTouch® Diabetes Management
Software, visit www.OneTouchDiabetesSoftware.com.
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STEP 1 Install OneTouch® Diabetes
Management Software.
Install OneTouch® Diabetes Management
Software on your computer following the
instructions provided in the OneTouch®
Diabetes Management Software User Manual.
STEP 2 Connect the OneTouch®
Interface Cable.
Connect the OneTouch® Interface Cable
to a serial port on the back of your
computer. With the meter turned on,
connect the OneTouch® Interface Cable to
the data port located on the upper left side
of the meter. Be sure the cable plug is
inserted all the way.
Note: While in the communication mode, you will
be unable to perform a blood glucose test.
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STEP 3 Transfer Data.
Follow the instructions in the OneTouch®
Diabetes Management Software User
Manual to initiate the data transfer
command. “PC” will appear on the display
once the first command is received,
indicating that the meter is in the
communication mode. You are now ready
to transfer all test results—with date and
time—stored in the meter memory to your
computer. If the command is not received
within one minute, the meter will turn
itself off. You may also press and hold the
Back button
to turn off the meter.
For order information and to learn more about
OneTouch® Diabetes Management Software, visit
www.OneTouchDiabetesSoftware.com or call
LifeScan Data Management Line at 1 800 382-7226.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Result Range:
Calibration:
Sample:
Sample Size:
Test Time:
Assay Method:
Power Source:
Battery Life:
Glucose Units:
Memory:
Automatic Shutoff:
Size:
Weight:
Operating Ranges:
20 to 600 mg/dL
Plasma-equivalent
Fresh capillary whole blood
Minimum 1 microliter (μL)
5 seconds
Glucose oxidase biosensor
Two AAA alkaline batteries
About six months at three
tests per day (one test using
backlight)
mg/dL
Over 3,000 records
Three minutes after inserting a
test strip if sample has not
been applied; one minute after
all other user actions
Approx. 3.8 in. (L) x 2.3 in. (W)
x 0.9 in. (H)
2.8 ounces (with batteries)
Temperature 43–111°F/6–44°C
Relative humidity 10–90%
Hematocrit 30–55%
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PRODUCT SAFETY INFORMATION
The OneTouch® UltraSmart® System complies with the
following standard:
UL (Underwriters Laboratories Standard) UL 60601-1
• Internally powered equipment. Battery operated
with two 1.5 volt AAA alkaline batteries.
• This unit is not suitable for use in the presence of
flammable anesthetic mixture with air, oxygen or
nitrous oxide.
• Continuous mode of operation.
• IPX4 degree of protection against ingress of water.
This is a level of water resistance (protection
against splashing water).
• Type BF applied part degree of protection against
electrical shock. This is a level of electrical safety
protection for the user suitable for this medical
device.
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EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS
ON THE METER
See Accompanying Documentation. Read and
understand your Owner’s Booklet and test strip
package insert before using this system.
This indicates type BF applied part degree of
protection against electrical shock. This is a
level of electrical safety protection for the
patient or user suitable for this medical device.
C
US
This indicates electrical safety certification by
the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) in
accordance with UL 60601-1, CAN/CSA 22.2 No.
601.1-94 and CAN/CSA 22.2 No. 601.1.2-94.
GUARANTEE
The makers guarantee that the OneTouch®
UltraSmart® Meter shall be free of defects in material
and workmanship for a period of three years. This
guarantee is valid from the date of purchase. The
guarantee extends only to the original purchaser
and is not transferable.
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INDEX
Advanced Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72–76
Alternate Site Testing . . . . . . . . . . 15, 21–23, 27-30, 32
Arrow Button. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Averages, All Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109, 113
Averages, By Exercise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109, 114
Averages, By Time of Day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109, 114
Averages, Food . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109, 121
Averages, Insulin Daily . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117, 119
Back Button. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Backlight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Backlight Button. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Basic Set-up Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58–61
Batteries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, 43–45, 55, 125–126
Beep . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64, 66–67
Blood Glucose Testing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19–39
Blood Sampling, Fingertip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23–26
Blood Sampling, Forearm or Palm. . . . . . . . . . . . 27–30
Carrying Case. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Checking the System with Control Solution . . . . 12–18
Cholesterol Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64, 67
Code Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10–12, 15, 31, 46–47
Coding the Meter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10–12
Comments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36, 39, 77–81
Comments, Exercise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Comments, Food . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79–80
Comments, Health . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80–81
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Comment? Press OK. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Confirmation Window . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7, 34–35
Contact Bars . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7, 31
Control Solution, Before you begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Control Solution, Checking the System with. . . . . . . 12
Control Solution, OneTouch® Ultra®. . . . . . . . . . 1, 12-18
Control Solution, Out-of-range results. . . . . . . . . 17–18
Custom Meter Set-up Sequence . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62–76
Data Downloading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122–124
Data Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2, 123
Date and Time, Entering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Date and Time, Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60–61
Date Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64, 66
Dehydration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . v, 41
Diabetes Pill Set-up. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68–69
Diabetes Pills . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
Display Contrast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Display Language. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Display, Meter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2, 9
Display Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Editing Comments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103–105
Editing Logbook Entries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105–107
Electronic Logbook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iii, 77–107
Entries, Logbook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82–107
Error Messages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51–55
Exercise Comments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Exercise Logbook Entries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86–87
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Exercise SmartButton® . . . . . . . . . . 4–5, 77, 82–83, 86
FastFacts® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108–122
FastFacts® Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108–122
FastFacts® Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108–109
FastFacts® SmartButton® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4–5, 82, 108
Fingertip Testing Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23–26
Food Averages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109, 121
Food Comments. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79–80
Food Logbook Entries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101-102
Food SmartButton® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4–5, 77, 82-83
Forearm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21–22, 27, 30, 33
Forearm or Palm Sampling,
Important Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21–22
Format, Date. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64, 66
Format, Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64, 66
Glucose Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109, 111–115
Glucose by Meals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109–110
Glucose Graph, Interactive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111–113
Glucose Range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73, 76, 115
Graph, All Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109, 111–112
Graph, Time of Day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109, 112–113
Guarantee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127
Health Checks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87–94, 109, 121
Health Comments. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80–81
Health Logbook Entries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87–94
Health Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87–88
Health SmartButton® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4–5, 77, 82–83
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High Glucose. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . v, 38, 51
Hyperglycemia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . v, 38–39, 50–51
Hypoglycemia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . v, 21–22, 38–39, 50–51
Hypoglycemia Information (Hypo Info) . . . . . . 109, 120
Hypoglycemia Level. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73, 76
Insulin Dosages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Insulin Intake. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
Insulin Pump. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98–100, 118–120
Insulin Pump Set-up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Insulin Set-up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70–71
Intended Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iv
Interface Cable, OneTouch® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122–124
Laboratory Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40–41
Lancets. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, 19–20, 24, 28, 37
Lancet Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Logbook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iii, 4, 77–107, 109–110
Logbook, Electronic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iii, 77–107
Logbook Entries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82–107
Logbook Entries, Editing or Deleting. . . . 103, 105–107
Logbook Entries, Exercise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83, 86–87
Logbook Entries, Food . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83, 101–102
Logbook Entries, Health. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83, 87–94
Logbook Entries, Medication . . . . . . . . . . . . 83, 95–100
Low Glucose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . v, 38, 51
Maintenance, Meter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Maintenance, OneTouch® UltraSoft®
Adjustable Blood Sampler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
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Meal Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72–75
Medication Logbook Entries . . . . . . . . . . . . 83, 95–100
Medication Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Medication SmartButton® . . . . . . . . . . . 4–5, 77, 82–83
Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77–107
Message, Check Ketones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39, 50
Message, Snack. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39, 50
Messages, Display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46–50
Messages, Error . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51–55
Messages, Special. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38–39
Messages, Warning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51–55
Milligrams per Deciliter . . . . . . . . . . . 9, 17, 36, 49, 125
Off Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
OK Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
OneTouch® Diabetes Management
Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64, 68–70, 122–124
OneTouch® Interface Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122–124
OneTouch® Ultra® Control Solution. . . . . . . . . . 1, 12–18
OneTouch® UltraClear® Cap. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, 19, 28–30
OneTouch® Ultra® Test Strips. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, 7–8
OneTouch® UltraSmart® Meter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–3
OneTouch® UltraSmart® System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–8
OneTouch® UltraSoft® Adjustable
Blood Sampler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, 19–20, 23–30
Owner’s Booklet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Palm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21–22, 27, 30, 33
Problems and Possible Causes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56–57
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Product Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126
Quick Reference Guide. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Quick Start Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Reduce Chance of Infection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Repeated Unexpected Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . v
Schedule, Meal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72–75
Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66–67
Set-up, Basic Meter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58–61
Set-up, Custom Meter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62–76
Set-up Menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62–63
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125
Syringe Totals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117–118
System Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iii–8
Temperature Range . . . . . . . . . . . 8, 13, 36, 53, 55, 125
Test Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15, 32
Test Port. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2, 31
Test Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31–35
Time Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64, 66
Time Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Unexpected Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . v
Unit of Measure, mg/dL . . . . . . . . . . . 9, 17, 36, 49, 125
Vial, Control Solution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12–13, 16–18
Vial, Test Strip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8, 10–12, 17
Warning Messages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51–55
Warranty Registration Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iii, 1
Week, Beginning of. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64, 66–67
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