Using Glucose Meters in
The October issue of
CAP Today has an article of interest to RALS®
users. Titled "An Uneasy Dance with POC Glucose in the ICU", a
brief excerpt is shown below.
When it comes to precise measurement
of glucose values in the intensive care unit, the often-warring needs
for speed and accuracy make the issue a critical matter of patient care.
For point-of-care glucose testing in the ICU, how much precision is
For all things
Check out the POCCs
i-STAT CLEW/JAMS Instructional Video Available
In an effort to simplify the
Abbott i-STAT CLEW/JAMS update to
RALS, Alere Informatics has developed a brief instructional video.
Karen Jenkins Named 2013 POCC of the Year RALS
user Karen Jenkins, POCC at
Emory University Hospital – Midtown - in Atlanta, GA, is the 2013
recipient of the Point-of-Care Coordinator of the Year.
RALS® Customer Support and
Interfacing Hours Extended to 7:00am - 7:00pm!
at the end of your connectivity contract
You’re thinking of
changing glucose vendor
looking to add devices to your current
simply never seen
RALS and wondered how it compared to your
no-obligation look at RALS,
than half of the hospitals you drive by use RALS®
The RALS® Difference
Power of ONE –
Single Point of Control
systems' single point of control provides ONE
Partner, ONE Program to Learn,
ONE Place to Manage Operators,
ONE Reporting Source, and ONE Call for Support.
Power of Choice
systems feature connectivity to all hospital glucose meters
and to hundreds of non-glucose devices.
Physical, Virtual or Hosted Server options are
Power of Direct-to-Device Interfacing
systems eliminate device-specific data
managers, improving POCT program efficiency and