Children with high A1C levels monitor glucose more frequently

09/15/2011 | HealthDay News

Children with type 1 diabetes who had high levels of hemoglobin A1c increased the frequency of blood glucose monitoring prior to their clinical visit, experts reported in Diabetes Care. "The additional monitoring may benefit the child by providing the physician with a wealth of blood glucose information to guide recommendations," the study authors said.

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