How to Use One Touch Verio Test Strips for Accurate Results

How to use One touch verio test strips for blood glucose testing
Measuring blood glucose levels using the glucometer and test strips
Measuring blood glucose levels using the glucometer and test strips

One Touch Verio Test Strips

Reagent Composition of the One Touch Verio Test Strips

How to Use One Touch Verio Test Strips?

How to use One touch verio test strips for blood glucose testing
One touch verio test strips for blood glucose testing

● Unloading the Carrying Case  

● Going through the User Guide

● Understanding the One Touch Verio Test Strips

● Loading the One Touch Verio Test Strip into Glucometer

Glucometer, test strips, and lancing device in a carrying case
Glucometer, test strips, and lancing device in a carrying case

● Taking the Blood Sample

● Getting the Results

● Disassembling the System

Taking the blood sample for BGL measurement using a lancing device
Taking the blood sample for BGL measurement using a lancing device

Interpretation of the Results

Blood Glucose Level (BGL) (mg/dL)InterpretationRecommendation
Less than 70Hypoglycemia i.e. Low sugar levelTake the test twice, seek advice from a healthcare professional
Between 70 to 180Normal BGLNo management required
More than 180Hyperglycemia i.e. High sugar levelTake the test twice, seek advice from a healthcare professional

Management of Hypoglycemic Result

Management of Hyperglycemia Result

Caution

One Touch Verio Test Strips: Products and Specifications

● OTVERE25One Touch Verio Retail 25ct

● OTVERE50 One Touch Verio Retail 50ct

● OTVERE100 One Touch Verio Retail 100ct

● One Touch Verio Strips 60 Count

● OTVER50DME One Touch Verio 50ct DME

One Touch Glucometers

● OTVFM One Touch Verio Flex Meter Kit 

● One Touch Verio Reflect Value Pack

● One Touch Verio Reflect Blood Glucose Starter Kit with Blood Pressure Mentor

● One Touch Ultra Plus Flex Meter

Taking blood sugar levels with the assistance of a healthcare professional
Taking blood sugar levels with the assistance of a healthcare professional

Conclusion

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