Point-of-Care versus Central Laboratory Glucose Testing in Postoperative Cardiac Surgery Patients.
Cardiology, Maine Medical Center Research Institute, Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation, Surgery
Journal of Clinical Outcomes Management
Coronary Artery Bypass; Surgical Patients; Postoperative Period; Diabetes Mellitus Diagnosis; Blood Glucose Monitoring Methods; Intensive Care Units; Point-of-Care Testing; Diagnosis, Laboratory; Human; Prospective Studies; Tertiary Health Care; Academic Medical Centers; Correlational Studies; Descriptive Statistics; Paired T-Tests; Outpatients; Regression; Post Hoc Analysis; Qualitative Studies; Stratified Random Sample; Adult; Middle Age; Aged; Aged, 80 and Over; Male; Female; Reference Values; Clinical Laboratories; Blood Glucose Meters; Adult: 19-44 years; Middle Aged: 45-64 years; Aged: 65+ years; Aged, 80 & over; Male; Female
Kramer, Robert S.; Palmeri, Monica; Robich, Michael; Lucas, Frances L.; Groom, Robert; Hayes, Timothy; Janoushek, Marie; Rappold, Joseph F.; Swartz, William L.; and Quinn, Reed, "Point-of-Care versus Central Laboratory Glucose Testing in Postoperative Cardiac Surgery Patients." (2019). Maine Medical Center. 1111.