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Buy One Touch UltraSoft Lancets

One Touch UltraSoft Lancets

(Lancets - non Rx)

No Prescription Required
No Prescription Required
Manufacturer:
Formulation:
Lifescan Canada
Lancets
Product
Dosage
Quantity
Price
One Touch UltraSoft Lancets
noDose
100 Lancets
$25.00
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What is One Touch UltraSoft Lancets/Lancets - non Rx used for?

These lancets are for use with all OneTouch®Penlet® and OneTouch®UltraSoft™ brand automatic blood samplers from LifeScan, and most other blood sampling devices.

If you have any questions about your medicine, please talk with your health care provider, pharmacist, or health care provider. This medicine is only to be used by the patient for whom it is prescribed. Do not give it to others. This information is advisory only. It does not contain all information about this medicine. If you have any questions about your medicine, ask your health care provider, pharmacist, or health care provider.

How should One Touch UltraSoft Lancets/Lancets - non Rx be stored?

Store in a cool, dry place. Protect from heat and light.

General drug information:

General Information

When should One Touch UltraSoft Lancets/Lancets - non Rx not be taken?

None

What precautions should I follow when taking One Touch UltraSoft Lancets/Lancets - non Rx?

None

What special warning(s) should I be aware of when taking One Touch UltraSoft Lancets/Lancets - non Rx?

For in vitro diagnostic use only. See Owner's Booklet for important information before testing on your arm.

What are the side effects of One Touch UltraSoft Lancets/Lancets - non Rx?

Most severe: None

Most common: None

Other: None

How should I take One Touch UltraSoft Lancets/Lancets - non Rx?

Monitoring your blood glucose levels provides valuable information to help you control your diabetes. How often should you check your blood glucose level? What should you write in your logbook? Let's take a look at both questions. How often should you check your blood glucose level? While this is a matter for you and your healthcare team to decide, most people with diabetes who use insulin generally check three or more times per day - once before each meal and then before bed. For those with Type 2 diabetes who use oral medication(s) or who control blood glucose levels with diet and exercise, check enough to reach your goals. The more information you have about your blood glucose the better job you'll do at managing your diabetes. Checking on a regular schedule and understanding what your levels should be will help you and your healthcare team adjust your treatment as needed. Check more often when: Feeling ill and/or having a fever, making changes to your meal plan, changing in any way your exercise/physical activity, changing insulin or medications. What should I write in my logbook? Writing your blood glucose results helps you learn your blood glucose level patterns - blood glucose levels you should expect to see at specific times of the day. A logbook becomes even more useful - to both you and your healthcare team - when you also write down: What you eat? how much you exercise? Insulin type, dosage and time of day? could glucose control medication(s), and dosage ?Emotion and stress that you experience, along with the time