You can use your finger, forearm, upper arm, hand, thigh or calf. We recommend that you test on your finger when using the insulin calculator.
1. Install the Auto-Assist 2.0 software on your computer (available for Windows or MacOSX users). 2. Plug in your FreeStyle InsuLinx meter into the USB port. 3. You or your physician can then view and interpret simple charts and tables based on your readings.
Yes. The touch screen of your FreeStyle InsuLinx can show your results from the past 14 days. For further trend analysis, use the Auto-Assist 2.0 software on your computer (available for Windows or MacOSX users).
Ask your doctor about a blood glucose conversion chart (not included on the FreeStyle InsuLinx meter).
The FreeStyle InsuLinx meter only requires 0.3 µL of blood.
The glucose range of the FreeStyle InsuLinx meter is 1.1-27.8 mmol/L.
Up to 165 days based on an average of 3 tests and 3 insulin logs per day.
FreeStyle InsuLinx can do up to 3000 tests on one battery.
In order to benefit from the insulin dosage advice feature of the FreeStyle InsuLinx meter, certified health care professionals (pharmacist, registered nurse, etc.) will need to enable the mealtime insulin calculator function (all other functions work right out of the box).
No. Your FreeStyle InsuLinx needs to be set up by a trained health care professional to activate the bolus calculator for calculating insulin dosages.
No. FreeStyle InsuLinx features an automated logbook.
The FreeStyle InsuLinx meter is compatible with FreeStyle Lite blood glucose test strips with ZipWik Tabs.
FreeStyle Auto-Assist 2.0. The latest version of our simple software helps you and your physician better understand what's happening with your blood glucose levels over time.
Download the FreeStyle InsuLinx owner's manual for important information about your blood glucose monitoring system.