Limitations of HbA[sub1c] in diabetes control

March 2003
Pulse;3/24/2003, Vol. 63 Issue 12, p88
Discusses the limitations of the HbA[sub 1c] in aiding the treatment of type 2 diabetes. Method of monitoring the effectiveness of therapy in diabetes; Clinical advantages of measuring fructosamine level.


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