Diabetes Management Journal MAY 2019


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Diabetes Management Journal May 2019

Diabetes Management Journal May 2019 References


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p 8-11 The Older Person – diabetes management tips

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p13-16 Continuous Glucose Monitoring – what you need to know

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P19-21 DIY Pancreas – staying one loop ahead of the regulators

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p22-23  Fit For It:  High Intensity Exercise – rethinking an old idea

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p24 – p27  Blood Pressure – new evidence, new targets

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