Gingival crevicular blood as a source to screen for diabetes control in a dental office setting.

Abstract

UNLABELLED screen for diabetes control, this study compared glycosylated hemoglobin (HbAlc) levels found in GCB and serum. Methods: Patients diagnosed (n= 29), with diabetes received a venipuncture on the finger and serum blood (METHODS) obtained was tested for HbAlc status chair-side. GCB (test) was collected at site(s) with evidence of bleeding after… (More)

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@article{Kim2015GingivalCB, title={Gingival crevicular blood as a source to screen for diabetes control in a dental office setting.}, author={Jung-wan Kim and Ryan E Wolff and Philippe Gaillard and Larry F. Wolff}, journal={American journal of dentistry}, year={2015}, volume={28 2}, pages={63-7} }