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Clarke Error Correction Grid - FreeStyle® 1
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1. Clinical and Laboratory Studies: FreeStyle™ Blood Glucose Test Strip Performance. Abbott Point Of Care. 2005
2. Joan L Parkes, PHD.; Stephen L Slatin, PHD.; Scott Pardo, PHD.; Barry H Ginsberg, MD, PHD. A New Consensus Error Grid to Evaluate the Clinical Significance of Inaccuracies in the Measurement of Blood Glucose. Diabetes Care. 23(8):1143-1148, 2000.
3.OneTouch® Ultra® Brand Test Strips: Meter equivalence and proven accuracy. 2006.
The meta-analysis included data from eight observational cohort studies and 11 randomized controlled trials that involved diabetes and measuring vitamin D. The investigators, who were from Tufts Medical Center and Carney Hospital in Massachusetts, found that overall, individuals who consumed more than 500 International Units (IUs) per day of vitamin D had a 13 percent reduced risk of type 2 diabetes when compared with those who consumed less than 200 IU per day.
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