DARIO BLOOD GLUCOSE MONITORING SYSTEM, IPHONE CONNECTOR, KIT
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The Dario LC System was created to make life easier for people with diabetes by providing the right tools, information,and support in your pocket. It is a smart phone-based monitoring system, featuring a pocket-sized meter with an integrated lancing device and test strips, combined with an easy-to-use mobile application. The Dario LC System is a cloud-based diabetes management solution that combines software applications with a stylish all-in-one device. Together with a smart mobile device, the Dario LC System puts everything in your pocket that you need to monitor and understand your diabetes.
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How To Unbox Your Dario:
How To Assemble Your Dario:
How To Use Your Dario:
The Dario LC Glucose Meter uses smart phone technology to view and store unlimited numbers of glucose test results.You can also track other diabetes information and view graphs and trends. You can even share your diabetes management information with your healthcare provider.The Dario LC System is compatible for use on iOS smart mobile devices. The Dario LC Glucose Meter currently works with the following Apple®iPhone® devices running iOS 10, 11, 12andiPhone devices: 5, 5s, SE, 6, 6Plus, 6s, 6sPlus, 7, 7Plus, 8, 8Plus, X, XR, Xs and Xs Max.
Memory: Memory is limited to smart phone device memory.
Dario App: You can download and in stall the Dario App to your smart mobile device using the Apple App Store. The Dario App downloads and installs just like any other app on your smart mobile device. The Dario App is free of charge and is customized for your smart mobile device.
Storage Information : Store the meter in the housing when you are not using it.
TESTING YOUR BLOOD GLUCOSE LEVEL :
The Dario LC Glucose Meter measures the amount of glucose in your blood. Once you place a small drop of blood from your fingertip onto the test strip, the result will display in six (6) seconds on the screen in the Dario App.
Step One: Inserting a New Lancet into the Lancing Device
To prevent infection, always use a new, sterile lancet in your lancing device each time you test your blood glucose. Insert a new lancet into the lancing device. If necessary, set the depth of the lancing device. Return the lancing device (orange) cover by sliding it into place until it clicks. Be careful not to touch or bend the lancet.
Step Two: Opening the Dario App
Before connecting the Dario LC Glucose Meter into your smart mobile device, open the Dario App by tapping the Dario icon on your smart mobile device Home screen.
Step Three: Inserting the Smart Mobile Device into the Disposable Cover
Before starting the testing procedure, you should cover your phone with a disposable cover. To avoid the risk of transmitting blood-borne pathogens, it is advised that you use a disposable sleeve to cover your smart mobile device while taking the blood glucose test. Insert your smart mobile device into the disposable cover so that the opening at the bottom of the sleeve fits over the audio jack port, as shown in the image below.
Step Four: Removing the Glucose Meter from the Housing
Before starting the testing procedure, remove the meter from the housing. You should always store the meter in the housing when you are not using it. Place the glucose meter audio jack into the plug port at the bottom of the disposable cover. Verify that the meter is inserted as far as it goes into the audio port of the smart mobile device.
A 'Connecting...' message appears in the Dario App, and then the screen displays the following instruction: INSERT A NEW STRIP.
Step Five: Testing Your Blood Glucose
Testing your blood glucose consists of the following two procedures :
Removing a Test Strip from the Cartridge:
Performing a Glucose Test
The glucose test result is automatically saved to memory. If a result does not display, you can view it in your Log book in the Dario App.
Step Six: Returning the Meter to the Dario Housing
Warnings and Precautions
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have issued warnings and notifications regarding the risk of blood-borne pathogen transmission when blood glucose monitoring systems have been used by more than one individual.
To ensure accurate results, wash your hands with warm, soapy water and dry them before and after every test. Unwashed hands may lead to inaccurate results. Make sure there is no grease, oil,lotion or alcohol on the fingertip. Use lancets only once. Do not use any lancet or lancing device that has been used by another person.