OneTouch® Delica® Plus lancing device is virtually pain free*. Also works with OneTouch® Delica® lancets.
*Based on a 2018 study conducted in the US on 103 patients with diabetes using the OneTouch® Delica® Plus lancing device.
No, the OneTouch® Delica® Plus lancing device only uses OneTouch® Delica® Plus and OneTouch® Delica® lancets.
Yes, you can still use your OneTouch® Delica® lancing device.
The OneTouch® Delica® lancets will be phased out for new OneTouch® Delica® Plus lancets. These new lancets will be compatible with both the OneTouch® Delica® and OneTouch® Delica® Plus lancing devices.
As long as they are not expired, you can still use them with your OneTouch® Delica® or OneTouch® Delica® Plus lancing device.
To avoid infection, do not use lancets after the expiration date printed on the lancet packaging.
To help reduce the chance of infection, use a new sterile lancet every time you test.
Lancet reuse can dull or bend the tip of the lancet, causing damage to your skin, scarring and greater pain. Never use a lancet or lancing device that has been used by someone else. Always dispose of the used lancet in a container for sharp/biohazard objects.
The OneTouch® Delica® Plus lancing device has over 50% less vibration in comparison with the OneTouch® Delica® lancing device. This makes for smoother, more precise testing.*
Testing with the OneTouch® Delica® Plus lancing device is also less painful compared to testing with the OneTouch® Delica® lancing device.†
13 depth settings allow you to personalize testing for your comfort.
*Approximately 52% better vibration control compared to the OneTouch® Delica® system.
†Based on a 2018 study conducted in the US on 103 patients with diabetes using the OneTouch® Delica® Plus lancing device.
The device has 13 puncture depth settings. Each dot shown between numbers 1 to 7 on the depth wheel indicates an additional available depth setting. Adjust the depth by turning the depth wheel. Smaller numbers are for a shallower puncture and larger numbers for a deeper puncture.
Try a shallower setting first and increase the depth until you find the one deep enough to get a blood sample of the proper size (see your meter instructions).
The setting you choose must be deep enough to get a round drop of blood large enough to get an accurate result with your meter (see your User Guide that came with your system for information on the proper blood sample size).
Prepare the lancing device by following these steps:
After preparing the lancing device, you can now test following these steps:
For more details, refer to the full instructions provided in the retail kit.
Discard the used lancet carefully after each use to avoid unintended lancet stick injuries. Used lancets may be considered biohazardous waste in your area.
Be sure to follow your health care professional’s recommendations or local regulations for proper disposal.
There are no special storage conditions. Store with the carrying case that came with your system.
Caution: Keep the lancing device away from young children. The lancing device, cap, lancets and lancet protective covers are choking hazards.