LifeScan OneTouch UltraSmart
The LifeScan OneTouch UltraSmart is a meter and electronic logbook. The meter works by providing more information to help people with diabetes manage their condition.
The OneTouch UltraSmart Meter is the first combination blood glucose meter and logbook, providing an easier way to understand blood glucose results.
Track exercise, health and diet
More than just a blood glucose meter, the OneTouch UltraSmart includes options to track exercise, health, diet and medication to better understand how they influence diabetes.
As well as accurate, simple meter functionality, the OneTouch Ultra Smart provides other options to help with diabetes management.
Charts and graphs
The OneTouch UltraSmart displays entries in charts and graphs to allow the patient to track trends and patterns.
Like all OneTouch meters, the UltraSmart requires a tiny blood sample to return accurate test results over and over again.
The Fast Facts button gives people with diabetes the power of information.
Without needing to download the results, you use the meter itself to see your data in the form of a simple logbook or charts and graphs that allow you to see trends and patterns over time.
You'll get the kind of information your healthcare team might talk to you about in terms of understanding, measuring and managing your diabetes - making you a well informed boss of your own condition.
LifeScan OneTouch UltraSmart Technical Information
In the box, you'll find:
- OneTouch UltraSmart Meter
- 10 OneTouch Ultra Test Strips
- OneTouch UltraSoft Blood Sampler
- OneTouch® UltraClear® Cap
- OneTouch® UltraSoft® Sterile Lancets
- Owner's Booklet / Quick Reference Guide / Quick Start Guide
- Warranty Registration Card
- Two AAA alkaline batteries (installed)
Benefits of all OneTouch Meters
Technical information for the UltraSmart blood glucose meter:
- Fast Test Time - 5 Seconds
- Tiny Sample Size
- End fill Test Strip automatically draws in blood
- Test on Forearm, Palm or Finger*
- Date & Time
- No Cleaning necessary
- Customer Service Helpline
- Three-year warranty
- How to Test Video
With contributions from Diabetes Expert Sue Marshall.