Abbott FreeStyle Optium Neo Blood Glucose and Ketone Monitoring System

$129.99

(66 customer reviews)

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Instructional How to Use Video: How to Use
Package Includes:
FreeStyle Optium Neo meter, Step-by-step set up guide, 50 Test strips, a Carry Case, a Lancing device, 50 Lancets, USB Cable

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Description

Abbott FreeStyle Optium Neo Blood Glucose and Ketone Monitoring System

Insulin Support Tools At Your Fingertips

Introducing the FreeStyle Optium Neo System, with a choice of support tools especially designed for people on insulin. Finally a meter that’s as easy or as useful as you want it to be!

Key Features

  • Accurate blood glucose & blood ketone^ testing
  • Trend indicators highlight when your blood glucose patterns need attention
  • Insulin logging helps you track your insulin doses
  • Clear, sharp screen is icon driven & easy to read even in direct sunlight
  • No chip or coding required
  • Fast 5 second test time
  • Small blood sample required  0.6 µl
  • Individually foil-wrapped strips protect from air & moisture, are convenient to store & carry3
  • Meets current  ISO 15197:2013 system accuracy standards
  • FreeStyle Auto-Assist Neo compatible – download up to 1000 events & print or email reports

Owner’s Manual

Instructional How to Use Video: How to Use

FreeStyle Auto-Assist Neo Software

Your Guide To More Support

Simply download the FreeStyle Auto-Assist Neo Software by clicking here. The software will then automatically begin the installation process. Connect the yellow USB cable to your FreeStyle Optium Neo and your computer to download your meter results.

FreeStyle Optium Neo Blood Glucose and Ketone Monitoring System
FreeStyle Optium Neo Blood Glucose and Ketone Monitoring System

Available Reports

Snapshot – Overview of blood glucose trends

Modal Day – Spot trends by time of day

Daily Log – shows all blood glucose results & other values such as insulin doses or blood ketone results.

More reports are available when enabled by your healthcare professional.

To View or Print Results

  • On the MENU page click Create Reports.
  • Tick the box next to the reports you want to view or print.
  • Choose the timeframe you want to show the data for, using the dropdown box or by entering a custom range.
  • Click Print Reports or View Reports on the screen.
  • If Print Reports is selected, all pages for the selected timeframe will be printed. To limit the amount of prints adjust the time period.

Save as a PDF

  • You can also save the report as a PDF which you can send as an email attachment to your healthcare professional.

Owner’s Manual

FREESTYLE OPTIUM NEO PACK INCLUDES

  1. Step-by-step set up guide
  2. 50 Test strips
  3. FreeStyle Optium Neo meter
  4. Carry Case
  5. Lancing device
  6. 50 Lancets
  7. USB Cable

INTRODUCING THE NEW FREESTYLE LANCING DEVICE


  • Introducing the New FreeStyle Lancing Device
  • Level 1 shallowest, Level 5 deepest
  • Patented comfort zone technology proved to reduce pain without impeding blood flow
  • Ejector help user remove lancet
  • Alternate site testing cap available
  • Uses Abbott Thin Lancets and FreeStyle Lancets

HOW TO USE FREESTYLE AUTO-ASSIST NEO SOFTWARE

STEP 1

Once the software has installed, you arrive on the MENU page.

Connect your meter and click Create Reports

  1. Tick the box next to the reports you want to view or print.
  2. Choose the timeframe you want to show data for, using the dropdown box or by entering a custom range.
  3. Click Print Reports or View Reports on the screen.

STEP 2

The report appears on the screen automatically.
To select other reports go Back

SAVE AS PDF
You can also save the report as a PDF, which you can send as an email attachment to your healthcare professional.

Choose where you want to save your report, give it a name and click Save


STEP 3

Connect your meter and click Create Reports

PRINTING DIRECTLY FROM SCREEN
Tick the box next to the reports you want to print then click Print Reports


STEP 4

All pages for the selected timeframe will be printed. To limit the number of prints, adjust the timeframe period.

PRINTING DIRECTLY FROM SCREEN
You can also print a report directly when it is displayed on the screen.

66 reviews for Abbott FreeStyle Optium Neo Blood Glucose and Ketone Monitoring System

  1. Jaye England

    My newly diagnosed 16 year old uses this and it is brilliant. I am telling everyone about it and encouraging others to use it – it’s the best thing ever. We’re not rich, but have chosen to fund this. It seems wrong that not everyone can have one. It’s cheaper than the finger pricking system AND I believe the health outcomes must be better, as the change in my son’s HbA1C was astonishing, when we had the right data. I want everyone who needs it to be able to have this -how do I help this to happen?

  2. Gene Hawkins

    meter is very easy to use and quick with the results, only ever had 1 error reading and i use it 4 – 5 times a day. only problem i found was with the lancing pen, case keeps cracking making it awkward to do the finger prick. gone through 3 already.

  3. Brandon Scott

    Haven’t had this meter very long but so far so good easy to use, nice large screen, small and compact. A nice little meter all round

  4. Sharon Austin

    I really love using this read in conjunction with my Libre system. I keep my Libre in a waterproof case so find it quicker and easier to use my Optium Neo (which I keep with my test strips/needles/lancets etc) to test my glucose before I drive or if I want to double check my Libre result or my Libre is being faulty. It is thin and compact, but best of all uses the same strips as the Libre. The main downside and surprise with this device, is that it doesn’t have the calculator function that both the Libre and Insulinx readers have. I was very surprised by this because, it surely has the computational power for this, just hasn’t been included in the software for some reason? So in summary I really like the reader (especially its size/form) and use it regularly to supplement my Libre, but it would certainly be more useful to me if it had the calculator function. Maybe this is something that can be changed in the future?

  5. Josh Hill

    Easy to use and very compact.

    Abbott FreeStyle Optium Neo Blood Glucose and Ketone Monitoring System
  6. Claude Weaver

    Love it all it needs in a back light so you can see it in the dark

  7. Walter Matthews

    Very good device and excellent read outs to

  8. Jessie James

    it seems to give different readings to the ones in hospital by 2 units why is this

  9. Louise Padilla

    very quick and easy to use

  10. Jason Santos

    Good meter,but I need more blood glucose strips .How can I get it?

  11. Archie Clark

    Good meter only issue is strips require too much blood compared to other meters

  12. Olivia Douglas

    I like the meter. It’s easy to use and read and relative straightforward. I like the little arrows that light up when my sugars are high and low (they’re not helpful but they’re fun). I strongly dislike the case. It’s the wrong size for the strips! The cases for all of my previous Freestyle/Abbott/Medisense meters have all been able to fir a row of strips in without having to fold them. Not the case for this case (no pun intended). The strips are also faffy. I use this in combination with a Bayer Counter Next Link and I like the fact the strips are in a pot for that, it produces a lot less waste! Not to do with the meter per se but I love the finger pricker!

  13. Josefina Hart

    Quite easy to use. And you can check your ketones as well, which is very good

  14. Julie Fowler

    Functionally the meter is good in that is measures blood sugar and ketones. The downsides are 1) temperamental to weather more so than other meters 2) test strips are individually wrapped in foil. This can make getting a test strip out awkward – especially if having a hypo 3) with the foil there is a lot of unnecessary junk to dispose of after each test. Not helpful if away from home environment

  15. Maxine Waters

    i have been a diabetic now for 3 months i was given my meter at the hospital it is so easy to use and it is so reliable,i have not even had to change the battery yet

  16. Eula Murphy

    I find the strips don’t always connect with the meter without you giving it your full attention, which when hypo always doesn’t work. Then get error message and have to start again! What I really dislike is the fact you need to be in good light to see the meter, if trying to do it a night, you have to have a light on, to read the screen, which with my old meter I never did. It is light to carry though.

  17. Wilma Terry

    This glucose meter is so easy to use and accurate. Recommended

  18. Domingo Strickland

    I love that this meter is so compact and easy to use. However I tend to get error messages quite regularly which can be annoying.

  19. Penny Caldwell

    Overall I feel that the FreeStyle Optium Neo is a good meter. I really like how you can record how many units of insulin you have injected for meals and at night time. I have an insulin pen where I can inject in half units so I would find it really useful if I could record half units too. Sometimes I inject at other times of the day (ie when having a snack) so it would be helpful if I could record those extra injections too. But other than that I am happy with it 🙂

  20. Wade Wheeler

    I absolutely love this meter! I have tried so many in the past but the ability for this meter to use ketone strips and BM strips as well as them individually sealed is a big plus for me. Also the fact that the meter reads to a nice low range is great as I have a significant HYPO problem and pairing the FreeStyle Optimum Neo with my Dexcom helps gain extra control.

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