Impaired glucose tolerance
Tags: BLOOD sugar monitoring
- BLOOD GLUCOSE MONITORING: HOW MUCH BLOOD IS ENOUGH? // Australian Nursing Journal;Mar1995, Vol. 2 Issue 8, p15
Reports on the result of a study conducted on the influence of variations in blood sugar monitoring requirements on the volume of blood obtained from patients with diabetes mellitus in Perth, West Australia. Standardization of blood letting procedure; Monitor requirements as important factor for...
- Glucose self-monitoring tells you how well you are doing. Dudley, Jacqueline // Diabetes in the News;Jul/Aug94, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p20
Discusses the importance of glucose self-monitoring. Two basic things to remember about blood glucose monitoring; Examples of self-monitoring schedules; Reasons for wanting to measure blood glucose levels frequency when on a weight loss program; Blood glucose monitoring technique. INSETS: The...
- At-home testing essential for all diabetes patients. Sipkoff, Martin // Drug Topics;Oct2002 Supplement, Vol. 146 Issue 19, p28
Reports the importance of home testing for all diabetes patients in the U.S. Number of diabetes patients practicing self monitoring of blood sugar; Recognition of the cost effectiveness of home testing.
- Continuing Education Test. // RN;Mar89, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p30
Presents a continuing education test on the three-pronged approach to glucose monitoring for diabetics.
- A1c as a Screening Tool for Diabetes. Kuritzky, Louis // Internal Medicine Alert;10/29/2007, Vol. 29 Issue 20, p160
The article reports on the potential utility of A1c as a tool for screening diabetes among adults over age 45.
- Do you know your blood-sugar level? // Consumer Reports on Health;Jul2000, Vol. 12 Issue 7, p1
Presents a summary of the American Diabetes Association's guidelines on blood glucose testing and provides medical consultants' recommendations on the diets and treatments one should discuss with a doctor in case one's blood level of glucose is high.
- Good record keeping in diabetes. // Patient Care;2/15/1995, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p126
Discusses the advantages of good record keeping of blood glucose levels for diabetic patients. Monitoring of trends of blood glucose levels; Understanding the responses of the body to diet, exercise and medication.
- But how are patients in real world settings faring? Dinsmoor, Robert // Countdown;Summer99, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p26
Looks at the practice of tight control or keeping the blood glucose levels as close to normal all the time in diabetics. Evidence of tight control; Extent of tight control; Risks; Possibility for achieving tight control; Cost-effectiveness; Problem with adolescents; Benefits for Type 2 diabetes.
- WHAT'S TO EAT? Barrett, Janet // Countdown;Spring2002, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p44
Discusses the impact of technological advances in blood sugar control on the lifestyles of people with Type I diabetes. Definition of a glycemic index; Tips for flexible eating; Scuba diving protocols developed for people with diabetes by Steve Prosterman, diving and field supervisor at the...