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CLIA waived for use with arterial, venous, and capillary samples from critically ill patients ONLY glucose meter with no known clinical interferences—over 8, medications tested Measures and corrects for interferences, which cause incorrect glucose results in other meters and patient mismanagement Proven safety and accuracy In one study of over 17, capillary results from critically ill patients that were compared to lab results In another study of 1, arterial and venous results from critically ill patients with over medical conditions were compared to lab results Improved accuracy results in less insulin misdosing and better outcomes for critically ill patients Use of any other meter with critically ill patients is considered off label by the FDA and high complexity testing under CLIA. The personnel testing requirements for off-label use are very demanding and limit who can perform testing. In addition, a hospital must obtain patient consent to perform off-label testing. In addition to the studies submitted to the FDA, other independent studies over the last eight years—including 53 critical care studies—have found no clinically significant interferences for StatStrip. This is a statement that no other glucose meter manufacturer can make. Download a bibliography of publications here.
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There are two main techniques for identifying nonvisually which end of a strip goes into a blood glucose meter. For almost all of the meters reviewed in this article , the strips are packaged with the insertion end at the top of the strip container. Therefore, if the strips have not been disturbed from the position in which they were packaged, the user can assume that he knows which end is up in the container, and which end is the insertion end. Of course, if the strips have been accidentally spilled or otherwise changed from their original position, the user needs a different technique for determining which end is which.