Patients should wash their hands before checking their blood sugar with a monitor.

This is true.

But sometimes patients are in a rush and don’t want to bother...or soap and water aren’t available.

Hand washing before monitoring can help prevent infection...and improves accuracy of the results. For example, not washing hands after handling fruit can increase blood sugar readings.

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