How To Use the Lancet Device in your Keto Mojo GKI Bluetooth Meter Kit

How To Use the Lancet Device in your Keto Mojo GKI Bluetooth Meter Kit

February 14, 2020 0 By Jose Scott


– Mister Mojo here and I’m
going to take you through how to use your lancet
device that comes with your GKI Bluetooth meter. The lancets, they’re fitted, we have them here in our web store. They come in packs of 100
and they are a 30 gauge. Put those to the side and
let’s take you through. First of all we can (cap softly
clicks) open it up like that (spring vibrates) and you will see that
there is an expansion gap that will be there to
receive the lancet like so. (lancet clicks) We just twist off the top like this, exposing the very very tiny lancet there and then twist to lock
(cap clicks) in this way. The lancet device comes with
five separate depth selections. (cap clicking) One being the smallest (cap
clicking) all the way up to five which is being the deepest. Basically, (cap clicks) I like
it in the Goldilocks zone, which is here. To get it ready to fire,
we pull back (lock pops) just like that. Here is the actual trigger,
(trigger snaps) boom. When testing I like to
rotate through my fingers. Generally I like to test
on the side of the finger, here because there’s a
lot less nerve endings. Obviously you can use left and right hand. Other areas on the hand that
you can test are the side of the palms, here and here. You get a little bit less
blood that comes out of there so you definitely need to
have a 30 gauge needle on that one there. If you’ve got great
vascularity, nice warm hands you can sometimes get away
with a 33 gauge needle which is the thinnest of those. So, when preparing to test.
Important, wash your hands. Get those hands nice and
warm, get good vascularity and then you can begin the test. I washed my hands earlier. I
pull back the handle like so. I place it on here,
(pen clicks) and I fire. And as you can see, I’ve already got a nice
piece of blood droplet beginning to form right
there, a gentle pressure and you need it to be a
bead of about half the size of a matchstick head and
then we’re ready to test. So, once you’ve conducted
your test you can (top softly clicks) take off the top like this. You will see
this little ejector handle right here which you can push
and the lancet falls on out. And then what we can do
is we can take that lancet and we need the top. We
make is safe like this for disposal into a sharps container.