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Academic Article A comparative effectiveness analysis of three continuous glucose monitors.
Academic Article Associations between features of glucose exposure and A1C: the A1C-Derived Average Glucose (ADAG) study.
Academic Article Blood glucose control in type 1 diabetes with a bihormonal bionic endocrine pancreas.
Academic Article Tests of glycemia in diabetes mellitus. Their use in establishing a diagnosis and in treatment.
Concept Blood Glucose Self-Monitoring
Academic Article Point-of-care testing for diabetes.
Academic Article Tests of glycemia in diabetes.
Academic Article [Glycated haemoglobin may in future be reported as estimated mean blood glucose concentration--secondary publication].
Academic Article Tests of glycemia in diabetes.
Academic Article Defining the relationship between average glucose and HbA1c in patients with type 2 diabetes and chronic kidney disease.
Academic Article Empirically establishing blood glucose targets to achieve HbA1c goals.
Academic Article Glycemic control after hospital discharge in insulin-treated type 2 diabetes: a randomized pilot study of daily remote glucose monitoring.
Academic Article Mechanistic modeling of hemoglobin glycation and red blood cell kinetics enables personalized diabetes monitoring.
Academic Article Rate of Change of Premeal Glucose Measured by Continuous Glucose Monitoring Predicts Postmeal Glycemic Excursions in Patients With Type 1 Diabetes: Implications for Therapy.
Academic Article Estimating HbA1c from timed Self-Monitored Blood Glucose values.
Academic Article Rationale and Design for a GRADE Substudy of Continuous Glucose Monitoring.
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