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Blood Glucose Meter Accuracy Problems Acknowledged By FDA, Industry And Clinicians

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Certain 510(k)-cleared blood glucose meters do not perform at the regulatory standards for which they were cleared after they hit the market, stakeholders agree. FDA is working on the matter, but no clear plan of action was laid out at a Diabetes Technology Society meeting last week.

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