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Original Source: The effect of hematocrit on the results of measurements using glucose meters based on different techniques.

Abstract Background: The aim of the study was to evaluate the effect of hematocrit (HCT) on glucose meter assays based on different measurement techniques. Methods: This paper studied glucose meters utilizing the glucose dehydrogenase reaction and four measurement techniques: colorimetry (HemoCue), reflectometry (Accu-Chek Active), amperometry (Optium Xido) and coulometry (Optium Omega). The EDTA venous blood samples HCT were modified by adding or removing defined aliquots of plasma. Glucose concentrati...

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A device for dried blood microsampling in quantitative bioanalysis: overcoming the issues associated blood hematocrit.

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