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Experts question accuracy of blood glucose meters in low glycemic range

DiabetesPro SmartBrief | Jul 24, 2015

An assessment found considerable differences in the performance of blood glucose meters in the low glycemic range, which could explain why BG measurement data is not accepted by the FDA as evidence for the efficacy of antidiabetic drugs for reducing hypoglycemia, researchers reported in Diabetes Care. They questioned whether these devices can be used in clinical trials to evaluate hypoglycemia risk. PhysiciansBriefing.com (07/22)


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