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Accuracy evaluation of contour next compared with five blood glucose monitoring systems across a wide range of blood glucose concentrations occurring in a clinical research setting.
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This study evaluated the accuracy of Contour(®) Next (CN) compared with five blood glucose monitoring systems (BGMSs) across a wide range of clinically occurring blood glucose levels and demonstrated the lowest mean deviation from the reference value (by MAD and MARD) across multiple glucose ranges. Expand
Accuracy Evaluation of CONTOUR®PLUS Compared With Four Blood Glucose Monitoring Systems
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CONTOUR®PLUS had the lowest mean difference from the reference values (by MARD) when compared with other BGMSs across multiple glucose ranges with modified and unmodified samples. Expand
Accuracy and user performance evaluation of a blood glucose monitoring system.
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The Contour Plus BGMS meets ISO 15197:2003 and ISO15197:2013 accuracy criteria in the laboratory and when used by untrained individuals. Expand
Using Radar Plots to Demonstrate the Accuracy and Precision of 6 Blood Glucose Monitoring Systems
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Radar Plots are used to graphically represent the accuracy and precision results from the previous study, including whether they met ISO 15197:2013 accuracy criteria, and illustrate the analytical performance of CN compared with 5 other BGMSs. Expand
Testing versus guessing blood glucose values: impact on self-care behaviors in type 2 diabetes
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Self-monitoring of blood glucose is an important component of diabetes self-management and testing rather than guessing blood glucose values is important to obtain accurate results and inform people with type 2 diabetes to make effective, appropriate diabetes management decisions. Expand
Evaluation of a Novel Continuous Glucose Measurement Device in Patients with Diabetes Mellitus across the Glycemic Range
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This novel CGM system was safe and accurate across the clinically relevant glucose range, and adverse events were mild and unlikely to be device related. Expand
Bolus Insulin Dose Error Distributions Based on Results From Two Clinical Trials Comparing Blood Glucose Monitoring Systems
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The ranges of insulin dose errors were statistically significantly smaller with EZ and CN than with all other BGMSs in this post hoc analysis, suggesting differences in BGMS accuracy could result in clinically important differences in insulin dosing. Expand
Use of radar plots to compare the analytical performance of five blood glucose monitoring systems.
TLDR
Radar plots are a useful tool for the visualization of BGMS analytical performance, communicating accuracy, precision and the satisfaction of certain regulatory criteria at a glance. Expand
Original article Testing versus guessing blood glucose values: impact on self-care behaviors in type 2 diabetes
Objective: To assess differences between estimated blood glucose values and those measured on a blood glucose meter and the impact on self-care behavior in type 2 diabetes.
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