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Targets for glycaemic control in type 2 diabetes
Increasingly, day-to-day management of people with type 2 diabetes falls to general practice nurses (GPNs).1 It is therefore important that they are familiar with the latest guidelines, and understand how to apply the recommendations to their individual patients. This includes recognising how to determine appropriate targets (for example, for blood glucose control) in each individual case.
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8 March 2021Vol 51 • Number 2
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