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FreeStyle Optium Neo
FreeStyle Optium Neo has a choice of tools designed to help people who use insulin.

Bedtime Daytime Meal

Tells you when your
blood glucose results
need attention

Test high or low and a light will come on. If it happens again, for example you're high in the morning three days out of five, the light blinks

Clear, sharp screen

Designed to be
easy-to-read

Quick accurate1
blood glucose testing

Small sample, no
coding, results in
five seconds

Lets you log insulin
doses you have taken

A reminder in
your meter

FreeStyle Optium Neo Meter

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Features and Benefits

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FreeStyle Optium Neo Meter FREE*
  • Highlights when your blood glucose patterns need attention

    Highlights when your blood glucose patterns need attention

  • Lets you log insulin doses you have taken

    Lets you log insulin doses you have taken

  • Quick, accurate<sup>1</sup> blood glucose testing

    Quick, accurate1 blood glucose testing

  • Clear, sharp screen

    Clear, sharp screen

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Find a better balance

FreeStyle Optium
Neo Blood Glucose and
Ketone Monitoring System with insulin logging and dose guide helps make the link between your blood glucose and your insulin doses.

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FreeStyle Auto-Assist Neo Software

Your guide to more support

To use the software, simply download the FreeStyle Auto-Assist Neo Software, connect the yellow USB cable to your FreeStyle Optium Neo and your computer. The software will then automatically begin the installation process.

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FreeStyle Auto-Assist Neo Software

Frequently Asked Questions

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For more details please read our frequently asked questions about the FreeStyle Optium Neo.

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Reviews

Find out what FreeStyle Progress members have to say about the FreeStyle Optium Neo.

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Most helpful reviews

54321 by ali 24-40 years old | Type 2

29 July 2015

The best metre ever easy to use

Comment helpful I found this review helpful | 1099 people found this helpful

43211 by jgordon5 60+ years old | Type 1

20 July 2015

I like the fact that it is so light, gives very accurate readings and its other helpful features. Sometimes I find it difficult to open the testing strip foil especially if im having a hypo and im a bit shaky; and all that packaging seems rather wasteful. Other than that it's a brilliant meter and im very happy with it.

Comment helpful I found this review helpful | 1073 people found this helpful

21321 by kermit 60+ years old | Type 2

6 August 2015

This over-sensitive meter frequently produces errors resulting in wasted test strips. I've thrown away about 70 test strips in the time I've had the meter. I've had several other Abbott meters and never had this problem. The menu system is not at all intuitive, so when I want to do something only occasionally, I have to look up the instruction leaflet.

Comment helpful I found this review helpful | 1069 people found this helpful

43211 by Michael Benson 24-40 years old | Type 1

4 August 2015

Pretty much the best meter I've had - simple to use, small and discrete

Comment helpful I found this review helpful | 1065 people found this helpful

21321 by Maggie France 60+ years old | Type 1

11 August 2015

I much prefer the Optium Xceed meter. You can add some more blood onto the test strip if there isn't enough to enable the meter to record the result, which I think is excellent. You also have more time with the Optium Xceed after placing the test strip into the meter. Not impressed with the Neo at all.

Comment helpful I found this review helpful | 1054 people found this helpful


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* Scanning the sensor to obtain glucose values does not require lancets ×
*1. Scanning the sensor to obtain glucose values does not require lancets 2. A finger prick test using a blood glucose meter is required during times of rapidly changing glucose levels when interstitial fluid glucose levels may not accurately reflect blood glucose levels, or if hypoglycemia or impending hypoglycemia is reported but the symptoms do not match the system readings. ×

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