Microlet2 lancing

Drug List

Microlet2 lancing

Drug Name

Microlet2 lancing (Lancing device)

Manufactured By

Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals

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Treats Disease/Condition


MICROLET® 2 LANCING DEVICE MICROLET®2 Lancing Device has an ergonomic and compact design for simple, smooth testing.

How To Use

Prepare the testing site Remove the endcap Hola a Microlet lancet and rotate protective cap a quarter turn but do not remove it. Firmly push the lancet straight into the lancet holder. Attach the gray adjustable endcap to the lanceing device. Select any of the five punture depth settings by rotating the dial. Place the device firmly against the puncture site and press the blue release button. To help form the blood drop wait a few seconds, then stroke your hand and finger toward the punture site. Do not squeeze around the puncture site. Test immediately after the blood drop has formed. Wipe the puncture site with a clean dry tissue and maintain pressure until the bleeding stops.

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