FDA makes distinction between point-of-care and OTC glucose monitors

Two proposals from the FDA outline separate guidelines for over-the-counter blood glucose monitors and those used at the point of care. The guidelines propose, among other things, that both devices be required to adopt strict disinfectant regimens, but with an emphasis on infection control for po...


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