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3 Whether the Accu-Chek Performa Meter is your first blood glucose meter or you have used a meter for some time, please take the time to read this booklet carefully before you use your new meter. To use it correctly and dependably, you need to understand its operation, displays, and all individual features. Should you have any questions, please contact one of our customer support and service centers. A list of addresses is at the back of this booklet. 1 This file may not print or view at 100%. Die lines and color breaks do not print. Roche USA V4/ Schwarz Roche USA V4/ Cyan Roche USA V4/ Magenta Roche USA V4/ Yellow
4 2 The Accu-Chek Performa System The Accu-Chek Performa Meter is designed to be used with the Accu-Chek Performa Test Strip to quantitatively measure glucose in fresh venous, arterial, neonatal, and capillary whole blood as an aid in monitoring the effectiveness of glucose control. Capillary whole blood for testing of blood glucose can be obtained from fingertip and approved alternate sites (e.g. forearm). Refer to the Alternative Site Testing (AST) section of this booklet for approved alternate sites and associated limitations. The Accu-Chek Performa Meter with the Accu-Chek Performa Test Strips provide a complete test system that is meant for in vitro diagnostic use by healthcare professionals in clinical settings and by people with diabetes at home. The system is not for use in diagnosis or screening of diabetes mellitus. Healthcare professional blood sample collection and preparation is described in the test strip package insert. For use only with the Accu-Chek Performa Test Strips and Control Solutions. Suitable for self-testing The system includes: Accu-Chek Performa Meter with battery Accu-Chek Performa Test Strips and Code Chip Accu-Chek Performa Control Solution Any object coming into contact with human blood is a potential source of infection (see: Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute: Protection of Laboratory Workers from Occupationally Acquired Infections; Approved Guideline Third Edition; CLSI document M29-A3, 2005).
5 Why Regular Blood Glucose Testing Is Important Testing your blood glucose regularly can make a big difference in how you manage your diabetes every day. We have made it as simple as possible. 3 Important Information About Your New Meter Your new meter comes with a preset time and date. You may need to change the time to your time zone. If you have followed the steps in the booklet, but still have symptoms that do not seem to match your test results or if you have questions talk to your healthcare professional.
7 Contents Chapter 1: Understanding Your New System...7 The Accu-Chek Performa Meter...7 Coding Your Meter...9 Adjusting the Time and Date First Time Use...11 Using the Accu-Chek Performa System...13 Chapter 2: Testing Your Blood Glucose...15 Performing a Blood Glucose Test...15 Flagging Test Results...19 Alternative Site Testing (AST)...20 Unusual Test Results...24 Symptoms of High or Low Blood Glucose...25 Chapter 3: Meter Memory, Setup, and Downloading...27 Memory...27 Viewing Test Results...29 Meter Setup...30 Setting the Time and Date...31 Setting the Beeper On/Off...34 Setting Test Reminders...37 Setting the Hypoglycemic (Hypo) Alert...41 Downloading Your Results to a Computer or PDA...44 Chapter 4: Control Testing...47 Why Perform Control Tests...47 About the Control Solutions...48 Performing a Control Test...49 Understanding Out-of-Range Control Test Results
8 6 Chapter 5: Maintenance and Troubleshooting...55 Changing the Battery...55 Cleaning Your Meter...57 Maintenance and Troubleshooting...58 Display Messages and Troubleshooting...59 Chapter 6: Technical Information...65 Product Limitations...65 Specifications...65 Product Safety Information...67 Disposing of the Meter and Batteries...67 Explanation of Symbols...68 Guarantee...69 Additional Supplies...69 Information for Healthcare Professionals...70 Index...73
9 Chapter 1: Understanding Your New System The Accu-Chek Performa Meter Infrared (IR) Window Used to transfer data from the meter to a computer or PDA. Display Shows results, messages, and results stored in memory. Right and Left Arrow Buttons Press to enter memory, adjust settings, and scroll through results. Test Strip Slot Insert test strip here. Power/Set Button Turns the meter on or off and sets options. Battery Door Flip open the battery door by pushing the tab in the direction of the arrow. Code Chip Slot Insert code chip into this opening. 7
10 8 Golden End Insert this end of the test strip into the meter. Yellow Window Touch blood drop or control solution here. Test Strip Test Strip Container Control Solution Bottle Infrared (IR) Window Power/Set Button Top View Code Chip (for example) Battery Insert with (+) symbol facing up.
11 Coding Your Meter 9 1. Make sure the meter is off. 2. Turn over the meter. 3. Remove the old code chip (if there is one in the meter) and discard it. Change the code chip every time you open a new box of test strips!
12 Notes: Do not force the code chip into the meter it is designed to go in the meter only one way. If you see code and a flashing on the display, insert a code chip in the meter Turn over the code chip so the code number faces away from you. Push it into the meter until it stops. 5. Leave the code chip in the meter until you open a new box of test strips.
13 Adjusting the Time and Date First Time Use The meter is preset with the time and date which may need to be adjusted to the local time zone. Having the correct time and date in your meter is important if you use the meter memory or if you want to download your results to a computer. 11 decrease increase 1. Press and release to turn on the meter. The time and date appear on the display. Set-up and the hour flash. If the correct time and date are displayed, press and hold to exit. 2. Press and release or to decrease or increase the hour. Press and hold or to scroll faster. 3. Press and release to set the hour. The minutes flash.
14 Note: When you install a new battery, the meter automatically prompts you to check the time and date when you turn it on. 12 decrease increase 4. Press and release or to adjust the minutes. Press and release to set the minutes. 5. Repeat to set am/pm, day, month, and year. 6. Once you set the year, press and hold until the flashing test strip symbol appears. The time and date are now set. 7. See Chapter 3 Meter Setup to set other options.
15 Using the Accu-Chek Performa System Only use Accu-Chek Performa Test Strips. Replace the code chip every time you open a new box of test strips. Store the unused test strips in their original container with the cap closed. Close the container tightly immediately after you take out a test strip. This helps keep the test strips dry. Use the test strip immediately after you take it out of the container. Be sure to check the use by date on the test strip container. Do not use the test strips after that date. Store the test strip container and your meter in a cool dry place, such as a bedroom. Refer to the test strip package insert for test strip storage and system operating conditions. Do not apply blood or control solution to the test strip before you insert it into the meter. Discard the test strips if they are past the use by date. Expired test strips can produce incorrect results. The use by date is printed on the test strip box and on the label of the test strip container next to. The test strips can be used until the printed use by date when they are stored and used correctly. This applies for test strips from a new, unopened test strip container and for test strips from a test strip container that has already been opened. 13 Do not store test strips in high heat and moisture areas (bathroom or kitchen)! Heat and moisture can damage the test strips.
17 Chapter 2: Testing Your Blood Glucose Performing a Blood Glucose Test Before you perform your first blood test, set up your meter correctly. You need the meter, a test strip, a lancing device, and a lancet Prepare your lancing device. 2. Wash and dry your hands. 3. Insert a test strip into the meter in the direction of the arrows. The meter turns on. 4. Make sure the code number on the display matches the code number on the test strip container. If you miss seeing the code number, remove the test strip and reinsert it into the meter.
18 16 OR Yellow Release Button 5. A test strip and flashing blood drop symbol appear on the display. 6. Perform a fingerstick with the lancing device. Blood samples taken from the palm are equivalent to blood taken from the fingertip. For detailed information on how to obtain blood from the palm, refer to the Alternative Site Testing section steps 5 and 6.
19 17 7. Gently squeeze your finger to assist the flow of blood. This helps you get a blood drop. 8. Touch the blood drop to the front edge of the yellow window of the test strip. Do not put blood on top of the test strip. When you see flash, you have enough blood in the test strip.
20 18 OR 9. Your result appears on the display. If you want to flag your test result for a special event, leave the test strip in the meter. (See the next section.) Otherwise, discard the used test strip. Note: After a successful test, the meter turns itself off 5 seconds after the test strip is removed.
21 Flagging Test Results If you wish, you can flag your test result with an asterisk ( ) to mark a special result. You might want to flag an event such as an AST result or exercise. When you review your results in memory, this flag can help you remember what was different about the result. Here is how to flag a result: 1. Perform a test. 2. With the test result on the display, and the test strip STILL IN THE METER, press or once. The appears in the lower right corner Remove and discard the test strip. OR flag flag
22 20 Alternative Site Testing (AST) You have the option of obtaining a blood sample from other sites on your body besides the fingertip. Alternative sites include the palm, forearm, upper arm, thigh, and calf. The two palm testing sites are the fleshy areas under the thumb (thenar) and under the little finger (hypothenar). Blood obtained from the fingertip or palm can be used at any time to test blood glucose. If blood from the forearm, upper arm, thigh, or calf is used, there are certain times when testing is not appropriate (see next section). This is because your blood glucose level changes faster in your fingertip and palm than in the forearm, upper arm, thigh and calf. These differences may cause you to make the wrong therapeutic decision, producing adverse health effects. Please read the following section before you test from alternate sites. IMPORTANT Talk to your healthcare professional about Alternative Site Testing.
23 Do not change your treatment because of just one result. NEVER ignore symptoms of high or low blood glucose. If your blood glucose result does not match how you feel, perform a fingertip/palm test to confirm your result. If the fingertip/palm result still does not match how you feel, call your healthcare professional. 21 Tests from alternative sites may be performed: Immediately before a meal Fasting Tests from alternative sites may NOT be performed: Two hours or less after eating After exercising If you are sick If you think your blood glucose is low If you often don t notice when your blood glucose is low During peak action time of short-acting insulin or rapid-acting insulin analogues Up to 2 hours after injecting a short-acting insulin or a rapid-acting insulin analogue
24 You need the meter, a test strip, a lancing device designed for AST, and a lancet Prepare your lancing device. 2. Insert a test strip into the meter in the direction of the arrows. The meter turns on. 3. Make sure the code number on the display matches the code number on the test strip container. If you miss seeing the code number, remove the test strip and reinsert it into the meter. 4. A test strip and flashing blood drop symbol appear on the display.
25 23 5. Press the lancing device firmly against a fleshy area on the alternative site. Press the lancing device up and down in a slow pumping motion to assist the flow of blood. 6. Trigger the lancing device while keeping steady pressure on the area. Apply pressure to the area with the lancing device to assist the flow of blood. 7. Touch the blood drop to the front edge of the yellow window of the test strip. When you see flash, you have enough blood in the test strip. Discard the used test strip. Note: If the blood drop is too small, reapply pressure to get a sufficient blood drop.
26 24 Unusual Test Results If your blood glucose result does not match the way you feel, follow these steps: Troubleshooting Checks Action 1. Check the use by date of the test strips. If it is past the use by date, discard the test strips. 2. Ensure that the cap on the test strip container is always closed tightly. 3. Check that the test strip was used immediately after removing it from the container. 4. Check that your test strips were stored in a cool, dry place. If you think it may have been uncapped for some time, discard the test strips. Repeat the test with a new test strip. Repeat the test with properly stored test strips. 5. Check that you followed the testing steps. Read Chapter 2 Testing Your Blood Glucose and test again. If you still have problems, call Roche. 6. Check that the code number on the meter display matches the code number on the test strip container. If they do not match, insert the correct code chip in the meter and test again. 7. If you are still unsure of the problem Repeat the test with a new test strip and perform a control test. If you still have problems, call Roche.
27 Symptoms of High or Low Blood Glucose Being aware of the symptoms of high or low blood glucose can help you understand your test results and decide what to do if they seem unusual. Here are the most common symptoms: High blood glucose (hyperglycemia): fatigue, increased appetite or thirst, frequent urination, blurred vision, headache, or general aching. Low blood glucose (hypoglycemia): sweating, trembling, blurred vision, rapid heartbeat, tingling, or numbness around mouth or fingertips. 25 If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, test your blood glucose from your fingertip/palm. If your blood glucose result is displayed as LO or HI, contact your healthcare professional immediately.
29 Chapter 3: Meter Memory, Setup, and Downloading Memory Storing Control and Blood Glucose Results Your meter automatically stores up to 500 blood glucose results with the time and date of the test. You can review them at any time. Test results are stored from the newest to the oldest. It is very important to have the correct time and date set in the meter. Having the correct time and date setting helps ensure appropriate interpretation of blood glucose results by you and your healthcare team. 27
30 28 Notes: The memory is not lost when you replace the battery. You do need to check that the time and date are correct after you replace the battery. Once 20 control or 500 blood glucose results are in memory, adding a new result causes the oldest one to be deleted. Press and hold or to scroll through the results faster. The control results do not appear in memory. They are not included in the 7-, 14-, and 30-day averages. Up to 20 control results are stored in memory, but cannot be reviewed on the meter. The stored results must first be downloaded to a compatible software application. For product availability, please contact Roche.
31 Viewing Test Results Press and release either or to enter memory. Your most recent result appears. Press and release to view previous results in order. OR, press and release to look at your 7-, 14-, or 30-day averages, in that order. Do not change your therapy based on one individual result in memory. 29 OR OR
32 30 Meter Setup Using the Set-up Mode By using the set-up mode, you can personalize your meter to suit your lifestyle. Here are the features you can customize: Time and Date set the time and date. Beeper select On or OFF. Test reminders select On or OFF. If you choose On, select 1 to 4 times a day for a reminder to test. Hypo alert select On or OFF. If you choose On, choose the blood glucose level for the alert. Using the set-up mode is easy. The has 3 functions for the set-up mode. With the meter on, press and hold to enter the set-up mode about 4 seconds until set-up flashes on the display. Press and release to set the feature you have chosen. You can exit the set-up mode at any time by pressing and holding for about 4 seconds. You see the flashing test strip symbol.
33 You are here TIME / DATE (hrs, min, am/pm, day, month, year) BEEPER (on/off) TEST REMINDERS (A-1, A-2, A-3, A-4) HYPO ALERT (off, on, level) Setting the Time and Date 31 decrease increase 1. Press and release to turn on the meter. The flashing test strip symbol appears. 2. Enter the set-up mode (press and hold for about 4 seconds). Set-up flashes on the display. The hour flashes. 3. Press and release to decrease the hour. Press and release to increase the hour.
34 decrease increase Press and release to set the hour. The minutes flash. 5. Press and release or to adjust the minutes. Press and release to set the minutes. Note: You can press and hold or to scroll faster.
35 33 6. Repeat to set am/pm, day, month, and year. 7. If you want to set up more options, press and release. If you want to exit, press and hold until the flashing test strip symbol appears.
36 You are here TIME / DATE (hrs, min, am/pm, day, month, year) BEEPER (on/off) TEST REMINDERS (A-1, A-2, A-3, A-4) HYPO ALERT (off, on, level) 34 Setting the Beeper On/Off Your new meter has the beeper preset to On. You can set the beeper to OFF, if you prefer this will not affect your test results. The beeper is helpful because it prompts you: To apply blood or control solution to the test strip When enough blood or control solution is drawn into the test strip When the test is complete When a button is pressed When it is time to test (if you set the test reminder) If an error occurred while testing (even if the beeper is set to off, it still beeps for an error)
37 35 1. Press and release to turn on the meter. The flashing test strip symbol appears. 2. Enter the set-up mode (press and hold for about 4 seconds). Set-up flashes on the display. 3. Press and release repeatedly until you reach the display with the flashing beeper symbol and On.
38 36 4. Press and release or to select On or OFF. 5. If you want to set up more options, press and release. If you want to exit, press and hold until the flashing test strip symbol appears.
39 You are here TIME / DATE (hrs, min, am/pm, day, month, year) BEEPER (on/off) TEST REMINDERS (A-1, A-2, A-3, A-4) HYPO ALERT (off, on, level) Setting Test Reminders The test reminder function is a handy way to remind you to test. You can set 1 to 4 reminders per day. The meter beeps every 2 minutes up to 3 times. You can turn off the reminder by inserting a test strip or pressing any button. You must have the beeper set to On for the reminder to sound. Your meter is preset with the test reminder function set to OFF. You must turn it On to use this feature. If you turn on A-1, A-2, A-3, and A-4, your meter is preset with the following times for your convenience. You can adjust the times to suit your needs. A-1 8:00 am A-2 12:00 pm (noon) A-3 6:00 pm A-4 10:00 pm 37 Notes: If you tested within 30 minutes of a test reminder, the reminder does not occur. If the meter is on at the test reminder time, the reminder does not occur. Exposure to cold conditions may disable test reminders until the meter is turned on.
40 When you are setting the time for the test reminders, the bell symbol remains on the display and set-up flashes continuously Press and release to turn on the meter. The flashing test strip symbol appears. 2. Enter the set-up mode (press and hold for about 4 seconds). Set-up flashes on the display. 3. Press and release repeatedly until you reach the display with the bell sym bol, OFF, and the flashing set-up and A-1.
41 39 4. Press and release or to select On or OFF. Press and release to set your choice. 5. If you select On, the hour flashes. A-1 and the bell symbol remain on the display. 6. Press and release or to select the hour. Press and release to set the hour.
42 40 7. The minutes flash. Press and release or to select 00, 15, 30, or 45. These are the only choices. 8. Press and release to set minutes. Am or pm flashes on the display. Press and release or to switch between am and pm. Press and release to set am or pm. 9. The next reminder A-2 and set-up flash on the display with OFF and the bell symbol. You can either set a second reminder or press and hold until you see the flashing test strip symbol to exit the set-up mode.
43 You are here TIME / DATE (hrs, min, am/pm, day, month, year) BEEPER (on/off) TEST REMINDERS (A-1, A-2, A-3, A-4) HYPO ALERT (off, on, level) Setting the Hypoglycemic (Hypo) Alert You can set the meter to let you know when your blood glucose is possibly too low. You can also select what blood glucose level you want this alert to have (60 80 mg/dl / mmol/l). Consumers: Before you set the hypoglycemic alert, talk to your healthcare professional to help you decide what blood glucose level is your hypo level. Healthcare professionals: The hypoglycemic level may vary from person to person. It is recommended to turn off the hypo alert function when using the meter in a professional facility. Your meter is preset to OFF for the hypo alert. If you want to turn it On, follow these steps. 1. Press and release to turn on the meter. The flashing test strip symbol appears. 41
44 42 2. Enter the set-up mode (press and hold for about 4 seconds). Set-up flashes on the display. 3. Press and release repeatedly until you reach the display with OFF and the flashing set-up and. 4. Press and release or to switch between On and OFF. Press and release to set your choice.
45 OR OR If you select the hypo alert On, set-up and flash. The display shows 70 mg/dl / 3.9 mmol/l. 6. Press and release or to select the level you want. Press and release to set it. 7. Press and hold until you see the flashing test strip symbol to exit the set-up mode. This function is no substitute for hypoglycemia training by your healthcare professional.
46 Downloading Your Results to a Computer or PDA You can transfer your stored results to a computer to track, identify patterns, and print. Downloading data is not recommended for healthcare facilities since there is no means to identify results by patient. 44 Transferring Data Directly to a Computer or PDA Using Specialized Software and Infrared Cable 1. Install the software according to the instructions. To transfer the results to a computer, connect the infrared cable according to the instructions. 2. Run the software program and follow the instructions about how to download information. Make sure the software is ready to accept data from the meter. 3. With the meter off, press and hold both and until two arrows on the display alternately flash.
47 4. Locate the infrared (IR) window on the top of the meter. 5. Locate the IR window on either the infrared cable (computer) or PDA. 6. Put the meter on a flat surface. Point the two IR windows toward each other. They should be 3 10 cm apart. 7. Do not move the infrared cable (computer), PDA, or meter during the transfer. 8. Follow the prompts on the software. 9. The software program may shut off the meter automatically when the data transfer is complete. Infrared (IR) Window 45 Notes: If the data did not transfer successfully, try again. If you still have problems, contact Roche. To make the most of the download feature, you must set the time and date correctly.
49 Chapter 4: Control Testing Why Perform Control Tests Performing a control test lets you know that your meter and test strips are working properly to give reliable results. You should perform a control test when: You open a new box of test strips You left the test strip container open You want to check the meter and test strips Your test strips were stored in extreme temperature or humidity You dropped the meter Your test result does not agree with how you feel You want to check if you are testing correctly 47
50 About the Control Solutions Only use Accu-Chek Performa Control Solutions. Your meter automatically recognizes the control solution. The control results are not displayed in memory. Write the date you opened the bottle on the bottle label. The solution is good for three months from that date or until the use by date on the bottle label, whichever comes first. Do not use control solution that is past the use by date. The solution can stain clothing. If you spill it, wash your clothes with soap and water. Close the bottle tightly after use. Refer to the control solution package insert for control solution storage and handling. 48
51 Performing a Control Test You need the meter, a test strip, and control solution Level 1 and/or Level 2. The control level is printed on the bottle label. OR Insert a test strip into the meter in the direction of the arrows. The meter turns on. 2. Make sure the code number on the display matches the code number on the test strip container. If you miss seeing the code number, take out the test strip and reinsert it into the meter. 3. Select the control solution you want to test. You will enter the level later in the test.
52 50 4. Put the meter on a flat surface, like a table. 5. Remove the control bottle cap. Wipe the tip of the bottle with a tissue.
53 OR Squeeze the bottle until a tiny drop forms at the tip. Touch the drop to the front edge of the yellow end of the test strip. When you see flash, you have enough control solution in the test strip. Wipe the tip of the bottle with a tissue then cap the bottle tightly. 7. A result appears on the display, along with a control bottle symbol and a flashing L. Do not remove the test strip yet. Press once to mark it as a Level 1. If you tested the Level 2 control, press a second time.
54 52 8. Press and release to set the level in the meter. 9. OK and the control result alternate on the display if the result is in range. The range is printed on the test strip container label. Err and the control result alternate on the display if the result is not in range. Remove the test strip and discard it.
55 Understanding Out-of-Range Control Test Results If your control result is not inside the acceptable range, here are some things you can do to solve the problem: Troubleshooting Checks 1. Check the use by date of the test strips and control solution. 2. Check that you wiped the tip of the control solution bottle before and after use. 3. Ensure that the caps on the test strip container and the control solution bottle are always closed tightly. 4. Check if the test strip was used immediately after removing it from the container. 5. Check that your test strips and control solutions were stored in a cool, dry place. Action If either is past the use by date, discard it. If the control solution was opened more than three months ago, discard it. Wipe the tip of the bottle with a tissue. Repeat the control test with a new test strip and a fresh drop of control solution. If you think either may have been uncapped for some time, replace the test strips or control solution. Repeat the control test with a new test strip. Repeat the control test with properly stored test strips or control solution. 6. Check that you followed the testing steps. Read Chapter 4 Control Testing and test again. If you still have problems, call Roche. 53
56 Troubleshooting Checks 7. Check that you chose the correct control solution level, either 1 or 2, when you performed the test. 8. Check that the code number on the meter display matches the code number on the test strip container. Action If you chose the wrong control solution level, you can still compare the control result to the range printed on the test strip container. If they do not match, insert the correct code chip in the meter and test again. 9. If you are still unsure of the problem Repeat the control test with a new test strip. If you still have problems, call Roche. 54
57 Chapter 5: Maintenance and Troubleshooting Changing the Battery 1. Open the battery door on the back of the meter by pushing the tab in the direction of the arrow and pulling the door up. Remove the old battery. 2. Insert the new battery with the + side up. 3. Put the battery door back in place and snap it closed. 55
58 Notes: The meter uses one 3-volt lithium battery, type This type of battery can be found in many stores. It is a good idea to have a spare battery available. Be sure the battery goes in + side up or facing you. After you change the battery, the meter prompts you to confirm the meter s time and date settings. All test results are saved in memory. 56
59 Cleaning Your Meter Caring for your Accu-Chek Performa Meter is easy just keep it free of dust. If you need to clean or disinfect it, follow these guidelines carefully to help you get the best performance possible: Do Make sure the meter is off Gently wipe the meter s surface with a soft cloth slightly dampened (wring out any excess liquid) with one of these cleaning solutions: 70 % isopropyl alcohol Mild dishwashing liquid mixed with water 10 % household bleach solution (1 part bleach plus 9 parts water) made the same day Make sure you squeeze off excess liquid from the cloth before you wipe the meter s surface Do Not Get any moisture in the code chip slot or test strip slot Spray any cleaning solution directly onto the meter Put the meter under water or liquid Pour liquid into the meter 57
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