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This paper examines home blood glucose meters from the vantage point of their technology history, providing an analysis of cost, social impact, and efficacy, as well as an ethical, legal, regulatory and quality analysis.
From the Paper:"Blood glucose meters were originally intended to monitor patients diagnosed with diabetes mellitus and have undergone improvements through the years that have made them suitable for self-monitoring. (Bimenya, Nzarubara, Kiconco, Sabuni, Byarugaba) The first patently successful blood glucose monitor was developed by Genetics International with assistance from Cranfield and Oxford Universities. (Newman Turner) It was designed for use at home was a mediated device that used a disposable screen-printed sensor design. The instrument..."
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Glucose Meter (2008, December 01) Retrieved June 02, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/glucose-meter-125738/
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