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Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: Self-monitoring of blood glucose in type 2 diabetes: Patients' perceptions of 'high' readings
Author(s): Evans, Josie
Mackison, Dionne
Swanson, Vivien
Donnan, Peter T
Emslie-Smith, Alistair M
Lawton, Julia
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Keywords: Type 2 diabetes
Blood Glucose Monitoring
Issue Date: Oct-2013
Date Deposited: 9-Jan-2014
Citation: Evans J, Mackison D, Swanson V, Donnan PT, Emslie-Smith AM & Lawton J (2013) Self-monitoring of blood glucose in type 2 diabetes: Patients' perceptions of 'high' readings. Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice, 102 (1), pp. e5-e7.
Abstract: Among 207 non-insulin using patients with type 2 diabetes in Tayside, Scotland, who self-monitored blood glucsoe, we present evidence that many are tolerant of higher blood glucsoe levels that are clinically advisable; this may explain the lack of empirical evidence for the clinical benefits of self-monitoring in this group.
DOI Link: 10.1016/j.diabres.2013.07.011
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