US glucose meter coding errors highlight risk to patients, says US study
This article was originally published in Clinica
For certain miscoded meters, the probability of insulin error of plus or minus 2 units of insulin is 50%, as compared to 8% for correctly, manually-coded meters, according to a study presented at the sixth annual Diabetes Technology meeting, in Atlanta, Georgia.
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