Best Practices for Storing and Handling One Touch Verio Test Strips

Best practices for storing and handling one touch verio test strips
A control solution test strip is being used with a glucometer for BGL measurement
A control solution test strip is being used with a glucometer for BGL measurement

Storage of the One Touch Verio Test Strips

Properly stored blood glucose test strips produce highly accurate results
Properly stored blood glucose test strips produce highly accurate results

Handling of the One Touch Verio Test Strips

Warning

Frequently Asked Questions

1.      Can I Place My One Touch Verio Test Strips in the Refrigerator?

2.      When Should I Not Use My One Touch Verio Test Strip?

3.      What If My One Touch Verio Test Strip is Discolored?

4.      Does Humidity Affect Glucose Test Strips?

A small amount of blood sample is required with the use of One Touch Verio test strips
A small amount of blood sample is required with the use of One Touch Verio test strips

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 Verio Blood Glucose Monitors

● OTVFM One Touch Verio Flex Meter Kit 

● One Touch Verio Reflect Value Pack

● One Touch Verio Reflect Blood Glucose Starter Kit

● One Touch Ultra Plus Flex Meter

Proper handling of glucose test strips leads to their enhanced performance
Proper handling of glucose test strips leads to their enhanced performance

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