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Re: [IP] Re: marshmallow incident

> Thanks to all who responded to my post about the high sugar reading with a
> marshmallow-y finger.  I guess we must  remember to test using CLEAN
> fingers!
> Barbara


Also, be careful when testing after washing your hands that they are
completely dry so as to not dilute the blood. It's better to wash before
testing than to overdose on a correction bolus! NMMV (NO mileage may vary)

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