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FAQ Listing

The meters will retain the date and time settings for up 40 seconds when the batteries are removed.
Test results may be seen in 7, 14, 30 and 90-day averages.
720 readings can be viewed and stored in the meter.
Yes, the target ranges in the meter can be changed using the device settings on the mySugr app.
Being too low is life threatening for people with diabetes. Therefore, red has been chosen to be the colour indicating “danger.”
Yes. In addition to accuracy with capillary blood, the  Accu-Chek  Instant may be used with venous, arterial and neonate blood.
The  Accu-Chek  Instant meters has a fast test time of less than four seconds.
No, the USB port for any of the  Accu-Chek  meters is not water or dust resistant.
With the  Accu-Chek  Instant meter, it is not necessary to delete stored results. Once 720 blood glucose results are in the memory; adding a new result causes the oldest one to be deleted. Additional editing solutions for results are available with the mySugr app.
In range: 3.9-8.9 mmol/L, below range: 0.6-3.8 mmol/L, above range: 9.0–33.3 mmol/L.
The Accu-Chek Instant system fulfills the ISO 15197:2013 / EN ISO 15197:2015 standards and delivers even tighter 10/10 accuracy for reliable results you can trust1. 1 Breitenbeck et al. Accuracy assessment of a blood glucose monitoring system for self-testing with three test strip lots following ISO 15197:2013/ISO 15197:2015. J Diabetes Sci Technol. 2017 11(4) 854-855
No. As seen with almost all products designed for self-monitoring, the  Accu-Chek  Instant meter cannot be used for diagnosis of diabetes.
The  Accu-Chek  Instant meters can be used for Alternative Site Testing (AST) on the palm, forearm and upper arm. Please refer to the user manual and speak to your healthcare professional for more information.
Performing a control test lets the user know when the meter and test strips are working properly. More information on control tests is available in the user manual.