Contract awarded for test strips capillary blood glucose, neonatal arterial venous Contract amount: Q74,100.
What does CBG stand for?
CBG stands for Capillary Blood Glucose
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- Center for Biomedicine and Genetics (Duarte, CA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The stepwise process included capillary blood glucose and hemoglobin Alc tests, and a confirmatory oral glucose tolerance test.
318 people had random capillary blood glucose (tCBG) levels of 6.
The objective of this study was to identify if any significant difference existed between the capillary blood glucose levels of healthy volunteers tested using a capillary blood glucose reagent test strip and reflectance photometer, comparing results obtained (i) with and without the use of 70% isopropyl alcohol to prepare the site of skin puncture and results obtained (ii) with and without 70% isopropyl alcohol using the first and second drops of blood.
We also estimated blood glucose after onset of SAB as the mean capillary blood glucose in the 7 days after the onset of SAB.
A retrospective examination of seven-point capillary blood glucose profiles obtained during the DCCT identified a linear relationship between HbA1c and mean blood glucose (MBG) (13).
The 30 participants wore sensors for consecutive 3-day periods over 21 days in a home-use study, generating over 3,500 confirmatory capillary blood glucose measurements.
At weekly intervals during the six-month study, glucose readings taken by the implantable sensors were compared with the results of at least six daily capillary blood glucose (CBG) measurements, more commonly known as "finger stick" tests.