By Wai Tak Law, Naim Akmal, Arthur Usmani
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In all these cases the %HCT value was collected alongside the glucose readings from the same sample. Figure 2 is a summary of the frequency distribution by %HCT bin of blood samples regularly encountered in normal medical practice. A total of 1033 samples were collected. It is readily apparent from a clinician’s perspective that glucose strips used in hospitals should be relatively unaffected by %HCT values between 20% and 70%. This is particularly true in the case of neonatal units where the first evaluation of a baby’s blood glucose level is obtained mostly by means of a handheld meter.
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Biomedical Diagnostic Science and Technology by Wai Tak Law, Naim Akmal, Arthur Usmani