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Removing Obstacles To Testing Helps To Better Manage A1c

  • An Analysis of Alternate Site Tests to Improve Patient Compliance with Self-Monitoring of Blood Glucose
  • Barriers and Behaviors in Blood Glucose Monitoring
  • Other sources:
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    - Khamseh, M. E., Ansari, M., Malek, M., Shafiee, G. & Baradaran, H. (2011) Effects of a structured self-monitoring of blood glucose method on patient self-management behavior and metabolic outcomes in type 2 diabetes mellitus, J Diabetes Sci Technol. 5, 388-93.
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