Juliana Frezza Silva

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OBJECTIVES Studies suggest that iron deficiency anaemia (IDA) is associated with higher HbA1c levels. We conducted a control–case study to investigate the effect of IDA on HbA1c levels, measured by two commonly used methods, in non-diabetic individuals. DESIGN AND METHODS A total of 122 patients were included, 61 patients with IDA and 61 patients without(More)
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