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A new consensus error grid to evaluate the clinical significance of inaccuracies in the measurement of blood glucose.
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The consensus EGs furnish a new tool for evaluating errors in the measurement of BG for patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes, and differ from the traditional EG in several significant ways. Expand
Technical Aspects of the Parkes Error Grid
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The history of the Parkes error grid is reviewed, the never-before-published exact coordinates and specifications of the grid are presented so that others may produce an exact replica of the original grid, and suggestions how this metric should be applied are discussed. Expand
Evaluation of a combined blood glucose monitoring and gaming system (Didget®) for motivation in children, adolescents, and young adults with type 1 diabetes
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The Didget® system was precise and clinically accurate in the hands of children, adolescents, and young adults with type 1 diabetes and subject satisfaction with the Didget®, system was good to excellent. Expand
Accuracy Evaluation of Five Blood Glucose Monitoring Systems: The North American Comparator Trial
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The EZ had the lowest MARD across the tested glucose ranges when compared with four other BGMSs when all samples were analyzed as well as when natural samples only were analyzed. Expand
Role of injection technique in use of insulin pens: prospective evaluation of a 31-gauge, 8-mm insulin pen needle.
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The 31-gauge insulin pen needles are safe and effective for the delivery of insulin, particularly with administration of large doses, and attention to injection technique is essential to ensure complete Delivery of insulin. Expand
A New, Wireless-enabled Blood Glucose Monitoring System That Links to a Smart Mobile Device: Accuracy and User Performance Evaluation
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The BGMS exceeded ISO 15197:2013 accuracy criteria in the laboratory and in a clinical setting and most subjects considered the system easy to use. Expand
Predicted Blood Glucose from Insulin Administration Based on Values from Miscoded Glucose Meters
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Improperly coded blood glucose meters present the potential for insulin dose errors and resultant clinically significant hypoglycemia or hyperglycemia, and patients should be instructed and periodically reinstructed in the proper use ofBlood glucose meters, particularly for meters that require coding. Expand
Evaluation of an Over-the-Counter Glycated Hemoglobin (A1C) Test Kit
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Lay users found the A1CNow SELFCHECK easy to use, and both lay users and HCPs were able to measure A1Cs accurately, and subjects with diabetes/prediabetes overwhelmingly indicated that they were “very” to “extremely” likely to discuss their home A 1C results with their HCP. 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 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.
TLDR
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
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