Blood Glucose Key Points
by Cathy Parkes September 20, 2021 Updated: December 29, 2021
Key points when taking a patient's blood glucose:
- Place hand in dependent position.
- Pierce the outer edge of the fingertip (not the pad).
- Wipe away first drop of blood.
- Hold test trip NEXT to the blood drop (do not smear blood on strip).
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