In praise of the Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology

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My interest in laboratory medicine focuses on the performance of assays. If one reads Clinical Chemistry, it is rare these days to find articles about assay performance. Not so with the Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology, which as you might expect focuses on glucose meters. The November 2013 issue contains articles about:

  • The influence of pO2 on glucose meter results
    • And a letter about the concentration of pO2 in fingertips
  • The effect of insufficient blood sample volume on glucose meter results
  • The effect of dynamic electrochemistry on hematocrit interference on glucose meter results
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