Federal regulators are proposing guidelines for approving diabetic blood glucose testing monitors to help distinguish between monitors sold over the counter and ones intended for professional use. The approval recommendations were made because, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said, the different types of devices pose different risks depending on whether they are used at home or in a medical setting. Blood glucose monitors designed for self-use should be easier to use and understand than those designed for use by medical professionals, the agency said. For example, patients are less likely to have the expertise or health to properly used more ... Read More
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