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With clean, dry hands, you may touch the test strip anywhere on its surface. Do not bend, cut or modify the test strip in any way.
Do not use test strips after the expiration or discard date, whichever comes first.
When you first open a vial of test strips, record the discard date on the label. Refer to the test strip insert or vial label for instructions on determining the discard date.
When should I use OneTouch Verio® control solutions?
You should perform a control solution test:
Whenever you open a new vial of test strips.
If you suspect that the meter or test strips are not working properly.
If you have had repeated unexpected blood glucose results.
If you drop or damage the meter.
What is the purpose of using OneTouch Verio® control solution?
OneTouch Verio® control solutions are used to check that the blood glucose meter and test strips are working together properly and that the test is performing correctly.
What control solution should I use with OneTouch Verio® brand meters & test strips?
Only use OneTouch Verio® control solution, Level 3 (Mid) or Level 4 (High) with your OneTouch Verio® brand meters and test strips
Where can I get the control solution for my meter?
OneTouch Verio® control solution can be purchased at most major retailers of diabetes testing supplies, both in-store and online.
What is the difference between the OneTouch Verio® Level 3 (Mid) or Level 4 (High) control solutions?
Each level of control solution has a different range to help check if your blood glucose meter and test strips are working together properly. Each vial of test strips has both OneTouch Verio® Level 3 (Mid) and OneTouch Verio® Level 4 (High) control solution ranges printed on its label. Compare the result displayed on the meter to either the OneTouch Verio® Level 3 (Mid) or OneTouch Verio® Level 4 (High) control solution range printed on the test strip vial, depending on the type of control solution you used.
Does my meter detect the difference between blood and control solution?
Yes, the meter automatically detects and marks the result as a control solution test.