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Table 2 Pooled multiple-choice question results

From: Usability of a point-of-care diagnostic to identify glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency: a multi-country assessment of test label comprehension and results interpretation

# Question Total
(n = 45)
1 The STANDARD G6PD Test can be used to identify people who have G6PD deficiency 41 (91%)
2 What does the STANDARD G6PD Test measure? 39 (87%)
3 What is the operating temperature range for test operation? 23 (51%)
4 The SD Biosensor STANDARD G6PD Test can be used with which types of samples? 38 (84%)
5 How do you use the code chip? 43 (96%)
6 When do you first insert the test strip into the analyzer? 35 (78%)
7 How do you mix the blood sample and the buffer? 45 (100%)
8 After mixing the buffer and the sample, how much of the mixed specimen should be added to the test strip? 35 (78%)
9 After mixing the sample and the buffer, how long should you wait before applying the mixture to the test strip? 37 (82%)
10 How many EZI Tubes do you need to run one sample? 36 (80%)
11 Can you re-use the test strip? 44 (98%)
12 How can you avoid an injury caused by this test? 39 (87%)
13 Which G6PD result are you most likely to see if your patient has very low G6PD activity and is G6PD deficient? 41 (91%)
  1. n: number; G6PD: glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase
  2. Critical questions in the weighted analysis are in bold