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Abbot Freestyle Blood Glucose Test Strips are used with the Freestyle Precision Neo blood glucose meters to measure blood sugar levels as part of a person’s diabetes treatment regimen. Each of the 50 test strips included in this package will be used only once for a single blood glucose measurement and then discarded. Readings are accurate and no coding is required to be able to quickly and easily view whether your blood sugar levels are too high or if you’ve got them down to where they should be. Buy Freestyle blood glucose test strips from Canada and Canpharm and get the best blood glucose test strips price.
Inset one strip into Abbot Freestyle Precision Neo blood glucose meter in advance of taking your blood sugar level reading.
Remove after test and confirm results as shown on the test strip
Discard test strip appropriately in trash receptacle
Do not attempt to reuse test strips as previous test reading will be displayed
Keep strips away from water as exposure may skew reading results
Abbot freestyle blood glucose test strips may not be compatible with other blood glucose meters and users will want to determine this before you buy Freestyle blood glucose strips
No drug interaction risks exist between blood glucose test strips and other products or Rx / OTC (Over The Counter) medications
Side effects are not possible from using a blood glucose meters
Remember, these are not exhaustive lists, and it's important to consult with a healthcare professional for personalized advice and guidance. If you prefer, you may contact the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) directly. Visit www.fda.gov/MedWatch or call 1-800-FDA-1088
What meters are compatible with Abbott Freestyle Strips?
Abbott Freestyle Strips are compatible with the following meters:
How do I use Abbott Freestyle Strips?
To use Abbott Freestyle Strips, follow these steps:
How often should I check my blood glucose level?
How often you need to check your blood glucose level depends on your type of diabetes and other factors. Talk to your doctor about how often you should check your blood glucose level.
What should I do if my blood glucose level is too high or too low?
If your blood glucose level is too high or too low, follow your doctor's instructions. You may need to take insulin, eat or drink something, or exercise.
How long do Abbott Freestyle Strips last?
Abbott Freestyle Strips expire 6 months after the first use.
How do I store Abbott Freestyle Strips?
Abbott Freestyle Strips should be stored at room temperature (64°F to 86°F). Avoid storing them in direct sunlight or in humid conditions.
What should I do if I have a problem with my Abbott Freestyle Strips?
If you have a problem with your Abbott Freestyle Strips, contact Abbott Customer Service.
How do I purchase Abbott Freestyle Strips?
Abbott Freestyle Strips can be purchased from most pharmacies or online.
Are Abbott Freestyle Strips covered by insurance?
Most insurance plans cover Abbott Freestyle Strips. Contact your insurance company to check your coverage.
What are the benefits of using Abbott Freestyle Strips?
Abbott Freestyle Strips are accurate, easy to use, and affordable. They are also compatible with a variety of Abbott meters.