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that do not require continuous blood glucose monitoring. The AlphaTrak 3 (AT3; Zoetis Services LLC) glucometer device is designed to rapidly measure capillary and venous blood glucose concentrations from a small blood sample (≥ 0.3 µL). 16 The device

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In humans, it has been found that Hct affects the performance of blood glucometers. 1–6 An increase in Hct results in a decrease in measured glucose concentration, 5,6 and glucometers become progressively more inaccurate as Hct increases. 3 A

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Point-of-care glucometers are commonly used in veterinary hospitals to rapidly measure blood glucose concentrations in whole blood samples obtained from dogs. Point-of-care glucometers designed for humans have variable degrees of accuracy when

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Portable blood glucometers are routinely used for rapid assessment of BG concentrations in companion domestic rabbits ( Oryctolagus cuniculi ). Portable blood glucometers designed for use in humans have various degrees of accuracy when used in

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for immediate, POC use in many practices. Point-of-care handheld glucometers provide rapid, inexpensive, and readily available data and thus are commonly used in veterinary patients to measure glucose concentrations. Most POC glucometers use one of

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P oint-of-care glucometers are commonly used in veterinary hospitals to quickly measure blood glucose concentrations in whole blood samples obtained from cats. Although use of POC glucometers is generally recommended only for healthy patients, 1

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Point-of-care glucometers are widely used in veterinary hospitals for quick, easy, and cost-effective measurement of blood glucose concentration in canine and feline patients. The use of POCGs is particularly important for serial measurement of

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Point-of-care glucometers are widely used for quick and easy measurement of blood glucose concentration in veterinary patients, particularly dogs and cats with diabetes mellitus. 1–7 In a 2015 study by Tauk et al, 1 glucose concentrations in

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for immediate measurement of glucose concentration with an amperometric human POC glucometer d and a species-specific colorimetric portable blood glucose meter e designed for veterinary use with both canine (code 5) and feline (code 7) settings. The

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to evaluate and compare glucose concentrations between lean and obese cats during a 156-hour period during their regular activities. We also compared blood glucose concentrations obtained via the CGMS with those obtained via a handheld glucometer and

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