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Which sites on my body can I use to test my blood glucose levels?
You can test your blood glucose levels on your upper arm, forearm, hand, fingers, thigh or calf. We recommend that you test on your fingers if you are testing for hypoglycaemia (low blood glucose) or if you suffer from hypoglycaemia unawareness.
How much blood is required for each test?
The FreeStyle Lite meter only requires 0.3 µL of blood.
What test strips should I use?
The FreeStyle Lite meter is compatible with FreeStyle Lite blood glucose test strips with ZipWik Tabs.
What is the glucose result range of the FreeStyle Lite meter?
The glucose range of the FreeStyle Lite meter is 1.1-27.8 mmol/L.
How many glucose tests can my FreeStyle Lite store in its memory?
400 blood glucose and control solution tests with date and time.
How long is the battery life?
FreeStyle Lite can do up to 500 tests on one battery.
Which software do I need to install on my computer?
FreeStyle Auto-Assist 2.0. The latest version of our simple software helps you and your physician better understand what's happening with your blood glucose levels over time.
FreeStyle Lite blood glucose monitoring system is available at most pharmacies where diabetes products are sold.
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