Interferences to test for when developing CGM and CLM

At ZP we are world leading independent developers of continuous glucose and continuous lactate sensors for our customers and clients.

 

In the adjacent figure we have listed out the common interferences tested for when developing and manufacturing a CGM technology.

Interference

Acetaminophen (paracetamol/tylenol)

Amoxicilin

Ascorbic Acid (vitamin C)

Cafferiene

Creatinine

Cholesterol

Dopamine (L-DOPA)

EDTA (ethylenediaminetetracetic acid)

Ephedrine

Erythritol

Fructose

Galactose

Gentisic acid

Glutathione

Glyburide (gilbenclamide)

Hemoglobin

Heparin

Ibuprofen

Icodextrin

Ilpoic acid

Isomalt

Lactate

Lactose

Lactitol

Levofloxacin

Lisinopril

Metformin

Methyl-DOPA

Maltose

Mannose

Maltitol

Mannitol

Naproxen

Nitroprusside

Piroxicam

Praolidoxime iodide (PAM)

Quinidine

Ribose

Salicyclic acid

Sodium

Sorbitol

Tetracycline

Tozamide

Tolazamide

Tolbutamide

Urea

Urate (uric acid)

Xylitol

Xylose


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