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Experts Agree: Inaccurate Blood Glucose Monitors on the Market May Be Putting Patients at Risk Blood Glucose Monitor Accuracy

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May 28, 2013
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Diabetes experts met and determined that some self-monitoring blood glucose (SMBG) systems, despite meeting accuracy standards at the time of US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clearance, fail to consistently meet accuracy standards once on the market, potentially putting patient health at risk.


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