Thea Berge Vikøren

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BACKGROUND Measurement of glycated haemoglobin A1 in whole blood (b-HbA1c) can be used in both diagnosing and following up patients with diabetes. Correct interpretation of analytical results is contingent on agreement between average plasma glucose (p-glucose) and b-HbA1c. This article provides an overview of factors that may result in a discrepancy(More)
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