Patients are asking about a new "bloodless" glucose meter

Patients are asking about a new "bloodless" glucose meter.

This comes from misleading TV ads for diabetes supplies.

These ads are actually referring to "alternate site" meters. It's true that patients don't need to stick their fingers...but they do need to get blood from their arm or another site.

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