Review: Self-monitoring aids newly diagnosed diabetes patients

02/20/2012 | (U.K.)

A Cochrane analysis found that patients with newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes who self-monitor their blood glucose levels, but are not on insulin, attain better HbA1C values if they have access to blood glucose testing supplies. However, researchers found that such improvements in blood glucose levels did not show long-term effects.

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