Before using the OneTouch Verio® IQ meter to test your blood glucose, carefully read the Owner’s Booklet and inserts that come with the components of the system.
How do I turn on the OneTouch Verio® IQ blood glucose meter?
Press and hold ‘OK’ until the start-up test screen appears. Once the start-up screen is displayed, release ‘OK’. You can also turn the meter on by inserting a OneTouch Verio® test strip into the test strip port.
How many results will the OneTouch Verio® IQ meter store and where can I find my result after it is displayed on-screen?
The meter stores your most recent 750 blood glucose and control solution test results and displays the blood glucose results in several ways.
If you have just completed a test, press and hold the return button to get to the Main Menu from the blood glucose result screen.
From the Main Menu, choose:
• My History to view:
• Pattern Log to view high or low pattern messages
Press ∧ or ∨ to highlight your selection and press ‘OK’.
What batteries does the OneTouch Verio® IQ meter use?
Your OneTouch Verio® IQ meter uses a rechargeable battery. When fully charged, the meter will perform blood glucose or control solution tests for about 1 to 2 weeks before recharging is needed.
What are the low and high patterns and what do they mean?
Every time you test your blood glucose, your OneTouch Verio® IQ meter searches for any new patterns that have developed over the past 5 days.
Patterns are identified based on the time of day the test was taken. For a group of results to be considered a pattern, the time of day for each result must be within 3 hours of each other.
A high pattern will only include results tagged “Before meal”. A high pattern message appears when your meter records 3 results that are over the High limit set in your meter.
A low pattern message appears when your meter records 2 results below the Low limit set in your meter. No tagging is needed to trigger a low pattern.
To receive high or low pattern messages with your blood glucose results, the High/Low Pattern and Tagging features must be turned on. Set at the factory with the tagging feature turned on. If you try to set the High Limit with the tagging feature turned off, you will be prompted to turn it on, before setting your high limit.
For more information please refer to the Owner’s Booklet.
*Be sure to talk to your healthcare professional about the low and high limits that are right for you.
To learn more about the OneTouch Reveal® web app, click here
How can I change the low and high range limits?
Highlight Alerts on the Tool Settings screen and press ‘OK’. Make sure the Alerts feature is turned On and press ‘OK’. Highlight High/Low Limit on the Tool Settings screen and press ‘OK’ . Press ∧ and ∨ to select the low and high limits that are right for you.
NOTE: Tagging must be turned on to set a Before Meal High limit. The meter is set at the factory with the tagging feature turned on. If you try to set the High Limit with the tagging feature turned off, you will be prompted to turn it on, before setting your high limit.
Be sure to talk to your healthcare professional about the low and high limits that are right for you.
Can I download my test results to a computer?
Your meter can work with the OneTouch Reveal® web app which provides simple visuals to help you see your blood sugar readings along with important things like food and insulin. You can track meals, medications and activity in a personalized logbook.
*Of those who expressed a preference and had experience using the 30G OneTouch Delica lancet and at least one other lancing device, 72% of 1739 respondents agreed. Based on an online survey conducted in USA in 2016.