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More than 90 % of study participants# said the target range indicator on the Accu-Chek Instant S meter is also helpful to interpret their bG values easily (94 %) and quickly (91 %)1

96 % of study participants# agreed that the target range indicator of the Accu-Chek Instant S meter is helpful for identifying and interpreting high and low blood glucose levels correctly.1

94 % of study participants# felt the target range indicator on the Accu-Chek Instant S meter would help them discuss BG values and ranges with their healthcare professional.1

94% of study participants# agree that they would benefit from a target range indicator like the one on the Accu-Chek Instant S meter and would like to use it.1

More than 90 % of study participants# said the target range indicator on the Accu-Chek Instant S meter is also helpful to interpret their bG values easily (94 %) and quickly (91 %).1

More than 95 % of study participants# said the graded scale on the target range indicator of the Accu-Chek Instant S meter was more helpful than a simple high/low reading. 1

Simple Preparation. Easy to use. Instant Clarity

Proven accuracy

Guaranteed by the makers of the Accu-Chek products, fulfilling the requirements of the ISO 15197: 2013^ and delivering even tighter accuracy for reliable results you can trust.

No set up

Simple preparation: No set up required – just insert a strip, apply a small blood sample, and read your blood glucose result on the large display. Remove the test strip after testing and the meter turns off automatically.

Connectivity

Seamless integration: All data can be uploaded to the Accu-Chek Connect Online portal.

Share your data with your caregivers or healthcare team to get advice remotely if you wish.

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* Blood glucose values (Lows≤69mg/dL, Normal 70-160 mg/dL, High≥161/dL) are pre-set on the Target Range Indicator and must be interpreted in conjunction with the appropriate medical condition at the time of taking reading, and in accordance with advice of your physician.

^ Criterion A of clause 6.3 for the lot tested (Freckmann et al., JDST, 6(5), 2012)

# Figures refer to the TRI tool group of the study (n = 47)

1 Parkin CG, et al. Use of an Integrated Tool for Interpretation of Blood Glucose Data Improves Correctness of Glycemic Risk Assessment in Individuals With Type 1 and
Type 2 Diabetes. J Diabetes Sci Technol. 2016 Sep 12