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Mark J Rice, Douglas B Coursin
OBJECTIVE: This special article will review the history of blood glucose meter hospital use and current issues surrounding their use in this patient population. STUDY SELECTION: Secondary to accuracy concerns that have been known, but likely underappreciated for many years, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services are moving toward eliminating current blood glucose meters for use with critically ill patients. DATA SOURCES: Recent guidance from the U...
February 2016: Critical Care Medicine
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