Accu-Chek Softclix Lancet – Pack of 25
MRP : ₹125.00
Out of stock
Date of Expiry : 31/12/2025
(Sold and fulfilled by: Authorized dealer Hasmukh Agency)
Controlled, quick, comfortable lancing
The Accu-Chek Softclix® lancing device and Accu-Chek Softclix lancet are designed to
Frequently bought together
1 Qty of Accu-Chek Softclix Lancet 25 pack
Country of Origin: Germany/Poland/Japan
11 Penetration Depth
Precise Lancing, Less Risk Of Skin Damage
- Easy to use, small, lightweight, and silicon-coated needle
- Sterilized with gamma radiation
- Special 3 sided optimally cut lancet
- Unique design for more comfort
- Perfect to use with Softclix lancing device
How to Use
The Accu-Chek Softclix lancing device is small and easy to operate, with one-hand priming and lancing.
- Pull off the cap. Insert a new lancet into the lancet holder and push it in until it clicks.
- Press the cap on again until it clicks.
- Rotate the cap until the desired penetration depth is set.
- Press the priming button down until it clicks.
- Press the lancing device firmly against the side of the fingertip.
- Press the yellow release button.
- After measuring your blood glucose, pull off the cap and slide the ejector forwards to remove the lancet.
5 tips for gentle blood sampling
- Ensure hands are clean and dry.
- Lance on the side of the fingertip rather than the pad.
- Keep the skin taut by pressing the lancing device firmly against the skin.
- Select a penetration depth as shallow as possible that still produces blood.
- Alternate fingers daily and take the necessary steps to ensure good blood circulation.
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Always use a new lancet when you obtain blood. In doing this, you reduce the risk of infection and obtaining blood remains virtually pain-free.
Lancets should be placed and disposed of in an approved sharps container, and in accordance with local regulations. For further information, please see your package insert.
Expired lancets should not be used. The use of an expired lancet may cause an infection at the puncture site as the lancet may have lost its sterility.
Your most comfortable setting will depend on a few things: Whether you're using a fingertip or an alternative site. Talk with your healthcare professional before deciding if alternative site testing is right for you. Your skin type. Softer, thinner skin requires a shallower setting than thicker skin. The required blood sample. The more blood you require, the higher the setting you'll need. Start with a low setting when using the lancing device for the first time. Dial to a higher setting until the blood volume is right. For alternative sites, try 3 for palm testing or 5.5 for forearm or upper arm testing. (These are suggested settings, yours may differ.)