Data from: Inaccuracy of venous point-of-care glucose measurements in critically ill patients: a cross-sectional study

Adriano Jose Pereira, Thiago Domingos Corrêa, Francisca Pereira De Almeida, Rodrigo Octavio Deiberato, Michelle Dos Santos Lobato, Nelson Akamine, Eliézer Silva, Alexandre Biasi Cavalcanti & Rodrigo Octávio Deliberato
Introduction: Current guidelines and consensus recommend arterial and venous samples as equally acceptable for blood glucose assessment in point-of-care devices, but there is limited evidence to support this recommendation. We evaluated the accuracy of two devices for bedside point-of-care blood glucose measurements using arterial, fingerstick and catheter venous blood samples in ICU patients, and assessed which factors could impair their accuracy. Methods: 145 patients from a 41-bed adult mixed-ICU, in a tertiary care hospital were...
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