Accu-Chek FastClix Lancing Device

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With 11 adjustable depth settings, Accu-Chek's FastClix lancing device is a convenient and virtually pain-free way of quickly checking your blood glucose levels in just one click.
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What is an Accu-Chek FastClix Lancing Device?

Accu-Chek FastClix lancing devices are finger-prick tests used by people with diabetes to test their blood glucose levels.

What are Accu-Chek FastClix Lancing Devices used for?

For diabetics, accurate blood glucose monitoring is imperative - and that’s where Accu-Chek’s lancing devices come in.

Each device comes with an innovative drum containing six lancets. The lancets are preloaded and can be used without physical contact, maximising hygiene and safety of use.

In addition, each device contains eleven depth settings for different skin types - ensuring a smooth and gentle entry with precision-guided technology.

And when the drum’s running out, don’t worry - the built-in lancet counter will tell you exactly when you need to replace it.

How do blood sugar tests work?

For people with diabetes, blood sugar tests are one of the best ways to understand their condition and how it responds to different foods, medications and activities. By keeping a record of blood sugar levels, diabetics and their doctors can make plans to manage the condition.

Home tests typically work using portable blood glucose meters known as glucometers. During the test, a lancet will prick the skin and draw a small amount of blood, usually from a fingertip. The meters will then tell you your current blood sugar level.

It’s important to remember that diabetics’ blood sugar levels change often. For that reason, tests must be taken frequently and recorded.

What if my blood sugar levels are too high/low?

If your blood sugar levels are too high, a condition also known as hyperglycaemia, you may experience symptoms such as:

  • Frequent urination
  • Drowsiness
  • Nausea
  • Extreme hunger or thirst
  • Blurry vision

Low blood sugar, also known as hypoglycaemia, is characterised by these symptoms:

  • Shaking
  • Fast heartbeat
  • Sweating
  • Anxiety
  • Dizziness
  • Extreme hunger
  • Weakness and tiredness
  • Irritability

What is an Accu-Chek FastClix Lancing Device?

Accu-Chek FastClix lancing devices are finger-prick tests used by people with diabetes to test their blood glucose levels.

What are Accu-Chek FastClix Lancing Devices used for?

For diabetics, accurate blood glucose monitoring is imperative - and that’s where Accu-Chek’s lancing devices come in.

Each device comes with an innovative drum containing six lancets. The lancets are preloaded and can be used without physical contact, maximising hygiene and safety of use.

In addition, each device contains eleven depth settings for different skin types - ensuring a smooth and gentle entry with precision-guided technology.

And when the drum’s running out, don’t worry - the built-in lancet counter will tell you exactly when you need to replace it.

How do blood sugar tests work?

For people with diabetes, blood sugar tests are one of the best ways to understand their condition and how it responds to different foods, medications and activities. By keeping a record of blood sugar levels, diabetics and their doctors can make plans to manage the condition.

Home tests typically work using portable blood glucose meters known as glucometers. During the test, a lancet will prick the skin and draw a small amount of blood, usually from a fingertip. The meters will then tell you your current blood sugar level.

It’s important to remember that diabetics’ blood sugar levels change often. For that reason, tests must be taken frequently and recorded.

What if my blood sugar levels are too high/low?

If your blood sugar levels are too high, a condition also known as hyperglycaemia, you may experience symptoms such as:

  • Frequent urination
  • Drowsiness
  • Nausea
  • Extreme hunger or thirst
  • Blurry vision

Low blood sugar, also known as hypoglycaemia, is characterised by these symptoms:

  • Shaking
  • Fast heartbeat
  • Sweating
  • Anxiety
  • Dizziness
  • Extreme hunger
  • Weakness and tiredness
  • Irritability

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Carolina Goncalves

Authored by:

Carolina Goncalves
Superintendent
Pharmacist

GPhC Number: 2225869

Rehma Gill

Reviewed by:

Rehma Gill
Pharmacy
Manager

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Content last updated: 20 Apr 2023

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Reviewed on Feefo
"Ordered my diabetes goods and they arrived the next day"

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This product is quick and easy to use.

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The service is very good arrived the next day


Reviewed on Feefo
"Great"

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Good as expected - used before

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Always speedy service! Cannot Fault It


Reviewed on Trustpilot
"Excellent service from start to finish"

Product Review:

Excellent service and very efficient and informative with the product you are purchasing.

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Excellent service from start to finish


Reviewed on Feefo
"Not a happy customer"

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The items we ordered were not the greatest that's why we returned for a refund but have never had anything and will not be buying anything else from you

Service Review:

The item we bought was sent back to you some weeks ago now and we have not received a refund as requested.

It was an awful item we bought and hoped a refund would have made ammends


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