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    1. Koschinsky, T; Heinemann, L
      Sensors for glucose monitoring: technical and clinical aspects

      DIABETES-METABOLISM RESEARCH AND REVIEWS
    2. Melki, V; Hanaire-Broutin, H
      Indication of CGMS (Continuous Glucose Monitoring System) in the functionnal investigations of adult type 1 diabetic patients

      DIABETES & METABOLISM
    3. Desjobert, H; Durand, G; Cherubin, N; Le Moel, G
      Quality control of capillary blood measurements in clinical services: follow up by biologist.

      DIABETES & METABOLISM
    4. Wu, C; Kersten, B; Chen, Q; Li, J; Jagasia, P
      QC test for noninvasive glucose monitoring system

      ELECTROANALYSIS
    5. Chen, Q; Kersten, B; Li, J; Wu, C; Jagasia, P; Ewing, A
      A multichannel automated amperometric test system for glucose monitoring biosensor quality control testing

      ELECTROANALYSIS
    6. Kerner, W
      Implantable glucose sensors: Present status and future developments

      EXPERIMENTAL AND CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY & DIABETES
    7. Freckmann, G; Kalatz, B; Pfeiffer, B; Hoss, U; Haug, C
      Recent advances in continuous glucose monitoring

      EXPERIMENTAL AND CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY & DIABETES
    8. Petit, JM; Guenfoudi, MP; Volatier, S; Rudoni, S; Vaillant, G; Hermant, C; Verges, B; Brun, JM
      Management of diabetes in French prisons: a cross-sectional study

      DIABETIC MEDICINE
    9. Lehmann, R; Kayrooz, S; Greuter, H; Spinas, GA
      Clinical and technical evaluation of a new self-monitoring blood glucose meter: assessment of analytical and user error

      DIABETES RESEARCH AND CLINICAL PRACTICE
    10. Chase, HP; Kim, LM; Owen, SL; MacKenzie, TA; Klingensmith, GJ; Murtfeldt, R; Garg, SK
      Continuous subcutaneous glucose monitoring in children with type 1 diabetes

      PEDIATRICS
    11. Beyer, U; Schafer, D; Thomas, A; Aulich, H; Haueter, U; Reihl, B; Ehwald, R
      Recording of subcutaneous glucose dynamics by a viscometric affinity sensor

      DIABETOLOGIA
    12. Johnson, RN; Baker, JR
      Error detection and measurement in glucose monitors

      CLINICA CHIMICA ACTA
    13. Albisser, AM
      Clinical studies with home glucose clamping

      ANNALES D ENDOCRINOLOGIE
    14. Heise, HM; Bittner, A; Marbach, R
      Near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy for noninvasive monitoring of metabolites

      CLINICAL CHEMISTRY AND LABORATORY MEDICINE
    15. Selam, JL
      How to measure glycemic instability?

      DIABETES & METABOLISM
    16. Pu, C; Zhu, ZH; Lo, YH
      A surface-micromachined optical self-homodyne polarimetric sensor for noninvasive glucose monitoring

      IEEE PHOTONICS TECHNOLOGY LETTERS
    17. Samann, A; Fischbacher, C; Jagemann, KU; Danzer, K; Schuler, J; Papenkordt, L; Muller, UA
      Non-invasive blood glucose monitoring by means of near infrared spectroscopy: investigation of long-term accuracy and stability

      EXPERIMENTAL AND CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY & DIABETES
    18. Haji, S; Nomura, H; Yasuda, K; Hashimoto, N; Ohyanagi, H
      Combining the selective arterial calcium injection test and intraoperativeblood glucose monitoring for multiple insulinomas: Report of two cases

      SURGERY TODAY-THE JAPANESE JOURNAL OF SURGERY
    19. Egyed, R; Karadi, Z
      Pathological glucose tolerance after kainate microlesions of the globus pallidus

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    20. Tierney, MJ; Tamada, JA; Potts, RO; Eastman, RC; Pitzer, K; Ackerman, NR; Fermi, SJ
      The GlucoWatch (R) biographer: a frequent, automatic and noninvasive glucose monitor

      ANNALS OF MEDICINE
    21. Coster, S; Gulliford, MC; Seed, PT; Powrie, JK; Swaminathan, R
      Self-monitoring in Type 2 diabetes mellitus: a meta-analysis

      DIABETIC MEDICINE
    22. St-Louis, P
      Status of point-of-care testing: Promise, realities, and possibilities

      CLINICAL BIOCHEMISTRY
    23. Wilson, GS; Hu, YB
      Enzyme based biosensors for in vivo measurements

      CHEMICAL REVIEWS
    24. Schiel, R; Muller, UA; Rauchfub, J; Sprott, H; Muller, R
      Blood-glucose self-monitoring in insulin treated type 2 diabetes mellitus - A cross-sectional study with an intervention group

      DIABETES & METABOLISM
    25. Haak, T
      New developments in the treatment of type 1 diabetes mellitus

      EXPERIMENTAL AND CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY & DIABETES
    26. Kurnik, RT; Oliver, JJ; Waterhouse, SR; Dunn, T; Jayalakshmi, Y; Lesho, M; Lopatin, M; Tamada, J; Wei, C; Potts, RO
      Application of the Mixtures of Experts algorithm for signal processing in a noninvasive glucose monitoring system

      SENSORS AND ACTUATORS B-CHEMICAL
    27. Kyne-Grzebalski, D; Wood, L; Marshall, SM; Taylor, R
      Episodic hyperglycaemia in pregnant women with well-controlled Type 1 diabetes mellitus: a major potential factor underlying macrosomia

      DIABETIC MEDICINE
    28. Pellett, MA; Hadgraft, J; Roberts, MS
      The back diffusion of glucose across human skin in vitro

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICS
    29. Jeandidier, N; Boivin, S
      Current status and future prospects of parenteral insulin regimens, strategies and delivery systems for diabetes treatment

      ADVANCED DRUG DELIVERY REVIEWS
    30. Bode, BW; Gross, TM; Thornton, KR; Mastrototaro, JJ
      Continuous glucose monitoring used to adjust diabetes therapy improves glycosylated hemoglobin: a pilot study

      DIABETES RESEARCH AND CLINICAL PRACTICE
    31. Kibriya, MG; Ali, L; Banik, NG; Khan, AKA
      Home monitoring of blood glucose (HMBG) in type-2 diabetes mellitus in a developing country

      DIABETES RESEARCH AND CLINICAL PRACTICE
    32. Coss-Bu, JA; Jefferson, LS; Stone-McCord, S; Ou, CN; Watrin, C; Sachdeva, R; Copeland, KC
      Evaluation of a real-time blood glucose monitor in children with diabetic ketoacidosis

      DIABETES RESEARCH AND CLINICAL PRACTICE
    33. Litwak, LE; Vaglio, RM; Alvarez, A; Gutman, RA
      Self blood glucose monitoring. Long term performance (3 to 7 years).

      MEDICINA-BUENOS AIRES
    34. Johnson, RN; Baker, JR
      Analytical error of home glucose monitors: a comparison of 18 systems

      ANNALS OF CLINICAL BIOCHEMISTRY
    35. EDMONDS M; BAUER M; OSBORN S; LUTFIYYA H; MAHON J; DOIG G; GRUNDY P; GITTENS C; MOLENKAMP G; FENLON D
      USING THE VISTA-350 TELEPHONE TO COMMUNICATE THE RESULTS OF HOME MONITORING OF DIABETES-MELLITUS TO A CENTRAL DATABASE AND TO PROVIDE FEEDBACK

      International journal of medical informatics
    36. Reece, EA; Homko, CJ
      Optimal glycemic control, fetal morbidity and monitoring protocols in gestational diabetes mellitus

      PRENATAL AND NEONATAL MEDICINE
    37. Halimi, S
      Benefit of self-monitoring blood glucose in the management of insulin- andnoninsulin-dependent diabetic patients. Analysis of the literature shows mixed results.

      DIABETES & METABOLISM
    38. GLASMACHER AG; BRENNEMANN W; HAHN C; MARKO C; WEHNERT S; LOHR U; KUTSCHKOW R
      EVALUATION OF 5 DEVICES FOR SELF-MONITORING OF BLOOD-GLUCOSE IN THE NORMOGLYCEMIC RANGE

      EXPERIMENTAL AND CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY & DIABETES
    39. DEVECIANA M
      GLUCOSE MONITORING IN WOMEN WITH INSULIN-REQUIRING GESTATIONAL DIABETES-MELLITUS

      Diabetes/metabolism reviews
    40. HERRMANN BL; SCHATZ H; PFEIFFER A
      CONTINUOUS BLOOD-GLUCOSE MEASUREMENTS - THE ACUTE EFFECT OF ACARBOSE OF THE BLOOD-GLUCOSE AMPLITUDES

      Medizinische Klinik
    41. WEITGASSER R; SCHNOLL F; PRETSCH I; GRUBER U; SAILER S
      SELF-MONITORING OF BLOOD-GLUCOSE UNDER IN TENSIVE INSULIN THERAPY - ACCEPTANCE AND IMPACT OF FREQUENT BLOOD-GLUCOSE MEASUREMENTS ON QUALITYOF GLYCEMIC CONTROL

      Acta medica austriaca
    42. DUNSTAN DW; PUDDEY IB; BEILIN LJ; BURKE V; MORTON AR; STANTON KG
      EFFECTS OF A SHORT-TERM CIRCUIT WEIGHT TRAINING-PROGRAM ON GLYCEMIC CONTROL IN NIDDM

      Diabetes research and clinical practice
    43. Chen, HS; Kuo, BI; Hwu, CM; Shih, KC; Kwok, CF; Ho, LT
      Technical and clinical evaluation of an electrochemistry glucose meter: experience in a diabetes center

      DIABETES RESEARCH AND CLINICAL PRACTICE
    44. SHICHIRI M; SAKAKIDA M; NISHIDA K; SHIMODA S
      ENHANCED, SIMPLIFIED GLUCOSE SENSORS - LONG-TERM CLINICAL-APPLICATIONOF WEARABLE ARTIFICIAL ENDOCRINE PANCREAS

      Artificial organs
    45. TRAJANOSKI Z; WACH P
      NEURAL PREDICTIVE CONTROLLER FOR INSULIN DELIVERY USING THE SUBCUTANEOUS ROUTE

      IEEE transactions on biomedical engineering
    46. COLLIER CP; HOULDEN RL; GLEESON KA; PATRZYKAT A; RHYMER SL
      A SURVEY TO IDENTIFY POTENTIAL OUTCOME INDICATORS FOR A HOSPITAL BLOOD-GLUCOSE MONITORING PROGRAM

      Clinical biochemistry
    47. KENNEDY DM; JOHNSON AB; HILL PG
      A COMPARISON OF AUTOMATED FRUCTOSAMINE AND HBA(1C) METHODS FOR MONITORING DIABETES IN PREGNANCY

      Annals of clinical biochemistry
    48. VERING T; ADAM S; DREWER H; DUMSCHAT C; STEINKUHL R; SCHULZE A; SIEGEL EG; KNOLL M
      WEARABLE MICRODIALYSIS SYSTEM FOR CONTINUOUS IN-VIVO MONITORING OF GLUCOSE

      Analyst (London. 1877. Print)
    49. ATANASOV P; YANG S; SALEHI C; GHINDILIS AL; WILKINS E; SCHADE D
      IMPLANTATION OF A REFILLABLE GLUCOSE MONITORING-TELEMETRY DEVICE

      Biosensors & bioelectronics
    50. SCHIFFERS T
      QUALITY-OF-LIFE DURING INTENSIVE INSULIN THERAPY - A COMPARATIVE-STUDY WITH INSULIN PEN VS INSULIN PUMP

      PPmP. Psychotherapie, Psychosomatik, medizinische Psychologie
    51. WINDECKER R; HEINEMANN L; SAWICKI PT
      SELF-MONITORING OF BLOOD-GLUCOSE IN BLIND DIABETIC-PATIENTS

      Diabetic medicine
    52. ZAMBANINI A; FEHER MD
      NEEDLE PHOBIA IN TYPE-1 DIABETES-MELLITUS

      Diabetic medicine
    53. SNOEK FJ; MOLLEMA ED; HEINE RJ; BOUTER LM; VANDERPLOEG HM
      DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF THE DIABETES FEAR OF INJECTING AND SELF-TESTING QUESTIONNAIRE (D-FISQ) - FIRST FINDINGS

      Diabetic medicine
    54. MULLER UA; MERTES B; FISCHBACHER C; JAGEMAN KU; DANZER K
      NONINVASIVE BLOOD-GLUCOSE MONITORING BY MEANS OF NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY - METHODS FOR IMPROVING THE RELIABILITY OF THE CALIBRATION MODELS

      International journal of artificial organs
    55. DORCHY H; ROGGEMANS MP
      IMPROVEMENT OF THE COMPLIANCE WITH BLOOD-GLUCOSE MONITORING IN YOUNG INSULIN-DEPENDENT DIABETES-MELLITUS PATIENTS BY THE SENSORLINK(TM) SYSTEM

      Diabetes research and clinical practice
    56. CAMERON BD; COTE GL
      NONINVASIVE GLUCOSE SENSING UTILIZING A DIGITAL CLOSED-LOOP POLARIMETRIC APPROACH

      IEEE transactions on biomedical engineering
    57. KHOO SB; YAP MGS; HUANG YL; GUO SX
      ELECTROCATALYTIC OXIDATION OF H2O2 AT AN OXYCOBALT FILM-MODIFIED GLASSY-CARBON ELECTRODE FOR FERMENTATION MONITORING

      Analytica chimica acta
    58. ATANASOV P; YANG S; SALEHI C; GHINDILIS AL; WILKINS E
      SHORT-TERM CANINE IMPLANTATION OF A GLUCOSE MONITORING-TELEMETRY DEVICE

      Medical engineering & physics
    59. HAUPT E; HERRMANN R; BENECKETIMP A; VOGEL H; HAUPT A; WALTER C
      THE KID-STUDY-II - SOCIOECONOMIC BASE-LINE CHARACTERISTICS, PSYCHOSOCIAL STRAIN, STANDARD OF CURRENT MEDICAL-CARE AND EDUCATION OF THE DERAL-INSURANCE-FOR-SALARIED-EMPLOYEES-INSTITUTION (BFA) DIABETIC-PATIENTSIN INPATIENT REHABILITATION

      EXPERIMENTAL AND CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY & DIABETES
    60. LEMAROIS E; BRUZZO F; REACH G; GUYON F; LUO J; BOILLOT J; SLAMA G; SELAM JL
      COMPARISON BETWEEN A RAPID GLYCOHEMOGLOBIN (HB(A1C)) IMMUNOASSAY AND OTHER INDEXES OF GLYCEMIC CONTROL

      Acta diabetologica
    61. ATANASOV P; WILKINS E
      IN-VIVO RECHARGEABLE GLUCOSE BIOSENSORS

      Sensors and actuators. B, Chemical
    62. STEINKUHL R; SUNDERMEIER C; HINKERS H; DUMSCHAT C; CAMMANN K; KNOLL M
      MICRODIALYSIS SYSTEM FOR CONTINUOUS GLUCOSE MONITORING

      Sensors and actuators. B, Chemical
    63. GAMBURZEV S; ATANASOV P; WILKINS E
      PERFORMANCE OF GLUCOSE BIOSENSOR BASED ON OXYGEN-ELECTRODE IN PHYSIOLOGICAL FLUIDS AND AT BODY-TEMPERATURE

      Sensors and actuators. B, Chemical
    64. VERVOORT G; GOLDSCHMIDT HMG; VANDOORN LG
      NOCTURNAL BLOOD-GLUCOSE PROFILES IN PATIENTS WITH TYPE-1 DIABETES-MELLITUS ON MULTIPLE (GREATER-THAN-OR-EQUAL-TO-4) DAILY INSULIN INJECTIONREGIMENS

      Diabetic medicine
    65. SCORPIGLIONE N; ELSHAZLY M; ABDELFATTAH M; BELFIGLIO M; CAVALIERE D; CARINCI F; LABBROZZI D; MARI E; BENEDETTI MM; TOGNONI G; NICOLUCCI A
      EPIDEMIOLOGY AND DETERMINANTS OF BLOOD-GLUCOSE SELF-MONITORING IN CLINICAL-PRACTICE

      Diabetes research and clinical practice
    66. CARLSSON T; ADAMSON U; LINS PE; DANIELSSON B
      USE OF AN ENZYME THERMISTOR FOR SEMICONTINUOUS BLOOD-GLUCOSE MEASUREMENTS

      Clinica chimica acta
    67. SALEHI C; ATANASOV P; YANG SP; WILKINS E
      A TELEMETRY-INSTRUMENTATION SYSTEM FOR LONG-TERM IMPLANTABLE GLUCOSE AND OXYGEN SENSORS

      Analytical letters
    68. WILKINS E; ATANASOV P; MUGGENBURG BA
      INTEGRATED IMPLANTABLE DEVICE FOR LONG-TERM GLUCOSE MONITORING

      Biosensors & bioelectronics
    69. JOHNSTON JM; GRONDZIOWSKI P; WINDISCH RM; EDER RA; LYTLE L
      EVALUATION OF BEDSIDE BLOOD-GLUCOSE MONITORING BY THE PHLEBOTOMY TEAMIN AN ACUTE GENERAL CARE HOSPITAL

      Acta diabetologica
    70. KILPATRICK ES; RUMLEY AG; RUMLEY CN
      THE EFFECT OF HEMOLYSIS ON BLOOD-GLUCOSE METER MEASUREMENT

      Diabetic medicine
    71. TIESZEN KL; BURTON SF; DORNAN TL; MATTHEWS DR; MCMURRAY JR
      EVALUATION OF A 2ND-GENERATION ELECTROCHEMICAL BLOOD-GLUCOSE MONITORING-SYSTEM

      Diabetic medicine
    72. LAKSHMI MV; TIESZEN KL; HOLLIS S; WONG L; DORNAN TL
      HOSPITAL HYPERGLYCEMIA - PERCEPTION OR REALITY

      Diabetic medicine
    73. RAO G; GUY RH; GLIKFELD P; LACOURSE WR; LEUNG L; TAMADA J; POTTS RO; AZIMI N
      REVERSE IONTOPHORESIS - NONINVASIVE GLUCOSE MONITORING IN-VIVO IN HUMANS

      Pharmaceutical research
    74. LENARD L; KARADI Z; FALUDI B; CZURKO A; NIEDETZKY C; VIDA I; NISHINO H
      GLUCOSE-SENSITIVE NEURONS OF THE GLOBUS-PALLIDUS .1. NEUROCHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS

      Brain research bulletin
    75. KARADI Z; FALUDI B; LENARD L; CZURKO A; NIEDETZKY C; VIDA I; NISHINO H
      GLUCOSE-SENSITIVE NEURONS OF THE GLOBUS-PALLIDUS .2. COMPLEX FUNCTIONAL ATTRIBUTES

      Brain research bulletin
    76. RIGBY GP; CRUMP P; VADGAMA P
      OPEN FLOW MICROPERFUSION - APPROACH TO IN-VIVO GLUCOSE MONITORING

      Medical & biological engineering & computing
    77. NISHIDA K; SAKAKIDA M; ICHINOSE K; UEMURA T; UEHARA M; KAJIWARA K; MIYATA T; SHICHIRI M; ISHIHARA K; NAKABAYASHI N
      DEVELOPMENT OF A FERROCENE-MEDIATED NEEDLE-TYPE GLUCOSE SENSOR COVERED WITH NEWLY DESIGNED BIOCOMPATIBLE MEMBRANE, 2-METHACRYLOYLOXYETHYL PHOSPHORYLCHOLINE-CO-N-BUTYL METHACRYLATE

      Medical progress through technology
    78. WOJCICKI JM
      MATHEMATICAL DESCRIPTIONS OF THE GLUCOSE CONTROL IN DIABETES THERAPY - ANALYSIS OF THE SCHLICHTKRULL M-VALUE

      Hormone and Metabolic Research
    79. KAYASHIMA S; ARAI T; NORITAKE M; NAGATA N; KIKUCHI M; ITO N; MATSUMOTO Y; KANEYOSHI A; KIMURA J; KURIYAMA T
      NEW TRANSCUTANEOUS SAMPLING OF GLUCOSE FOR PATIENTS WITH TYPE-II DIABETES USING AN ION-SENSITIVE FIELD-EFFECT TRANSISTOR

      Clinica chimica acta
    80. GAMBURZEV S; ATANASOV P; WILKINS E
      GLUCOSE BIOSENSOR BASED ON OXYGEN-ELECTRODE .3. LONG-TERM PERFORMANCEOF THE GLUCOSE BIOSENSOR IN BLOOD-PLASMA AT BODY-TEMPERATURE

      Analytical letters
    81. CHMIELEWSKI SA
      ADVANCES AND STRATEGIES FOR GLUCOSE MONITORING

      American journal of clinical pathology
    82. MUCHMORE DB; SPRINGER J; MILLER M
      SELF-MONITORING OF BLOOD-GLUCOSE IN OVERWEIGHT TYPE-2 DIABETIC-PATIENTS

      Acta diabetologica
    83. KILPATRICK ES; RUMLEY AG; SMITH EA
      VARIATIONS IN SAMPLE PH AND PO2 AFFECT EXACTECH METER GLUCOSE MEASUREMENTS

      Diabetic medicine
    84. KILPATRICK ES; MCLEOD MJ; RUMLEY AG; SMALL M
      A WARD COMPARISON BETWEEN THE ONE TOUCH-II AND GLUCOMETER-II BLOOD-GLUCOSE METERS

      Diabetic medicine
    85. PATRICK AW; GILL GV; MACFARLANE IA; CULLEN A; POWER E; WALLYMAHMED M
      HOME GLUCOSE MONITORING IN TYPE-2 DIABETES - IS IT A WASTE OF TIME

      Diabetic medicine
    86. MOBERG EAR; LINS PES; ADAMSON UKC
      VARIABILITY OF BLOOD-GLUCOSE LEVELS IN PATIENTS WITH TYPE-1 DIABETES-MELLITUS ON INTENSIFIED INSULIN REGIMENS

      Diabete et metabolisme
    87. MEYERHOFF C; BISCHOF F; PFEIFFER EF
      LONG-TERM EXPERIENCES WITH A COMPUTERIZED DIABETES MANAGEMENT AND GLUCOSE MONITORING-SYSTEM IN INSULIN-DEPENDENT DIABETIC-PATIENTS

      Diabetes research and clinical practice
    88. IKEDA Y; TSURUOKA A
      SELF-MONITORING OF BLOOD-GLUCOSE, AS A MEANS OF SELF-MANAGEMENT

      Diabetes research and clinical practice
    89. IKEDA Y; TSURUOKA A
      SELF-MONITORING OF BLOOD-GLUCOSE, AS A MEANS OF SELF-MANAGEMENT

      Diabetes research and clinical practice
    90. HEISE HM; MARBACH R; KOSCHINSKY T; GRIES FA
      NONINVASIVE BLOOD-GLUCOSE SENSORS BASED ON NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY

      Artificial organs
    91. ITO N; KAYASHIMA S; KIMURA J; KURIYAMA T; ARAI T; KIKUCHI M; NAGATA N
      DEVELOPMENT OF A TRANSCUTANEOUS BLOOD-CONSTITUENT MONITORING METHOD USING A SUCTION EFFUSION FLUID COLLECTION TECHNIQUE AND AN ION-SENSITIVE FIELD-EFFECT TRANSISTOR GLUCOSE SENSOR

      Medical & biological engineering & computing
    92. KING TW; COTE GL; MCNICHOLS R; GOETZ MJ
      MULTISPECTRAL POLARIMETRIC GLUCOSE DETECTION USING A SINGLE POCKELS CELL

      Optical engineering
    93. PFEIFFER EF
      THE ULM-ZUCKER-UHR-SYSTEM AND ITS CONSEQUENCES

      Hormone and Metabolic Research
    94. STERNBERG F; MEYERHOFF C; MENNEL FJ; HOSS U; MAYER H; BISCHOF F; PFEIFFER EF
      CALIBRATION PROBLEMS OF SUBCUTANEOUS GLUCOSENSORS WHEN APPLIED IN-SITU IN MAN

      Hormone and Metabolic Research
    95. STAROSTINA EG; ANTSIFEROV M; GALSTYAN GR; TRAUTNER C; JORGENS V; BOTT U; MUHLHAUSER I; BERGER M; DEDOV II
      EFFECTIVENESS AND COST-BENEFIT-ANALYSIS OF INTENSIVE TREATMENT AND TEACHING PROGRAMS FOR TYPE-1 (INSULIN-DEPENDENT) DIABETES-MELLITUS IN MOSCOW - BLOOD-GLUCOSE VERSUS URINE GLUCOSE SELF-MONITORING

      Diabetologia
    96. CEFALU WT; WANG ZQ; BELLFARROW A; KIGER FD; IZLAR C
      GLYCOHEMOGLOBIN MEASURED BY AUTOMATED AFFINITY HPLC CORRELATES WITH BOTH SHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM ANTECEDENT GLYCEMIA

      Clinical chemistry
    97. ATANASOV P; WILKINS E
      BIOSENSOR FOR CONTINUOUS GLUCOSE MONITORING

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    98. ABDELHAMID I; ATANASOV P; WILKINS E
      DEVELOPMENT OF A NEEDLE TYPE GLUCOSE BIOSENSOR

      Analytical letters
    99. LANGER O; RODRIGUEZ DA; XENAKIS MJ; MCFARLAND MB; BERKUS MD; ARREDONDO F
      INTENSIFIED VERSUS CONVENTIONAL MANAGEMENT OF GESTATIONAL DIABETES

      American journal of obstetrics and gynecology
    100. KLEIN CE; OBOLER SK; PROCHAZKA A; OBOLER S; FRANK M; GLUGLA M; WINTERS S
      HOME BLOOD-GLUCOSE MONITORING - EFFECTIVENESS IN A GENERAL-POPULATIONOF PATIENTS WHO HAVE NON-INSULIN-DEPENDENT DIABETES-MELLITUS

      Journal of general internal medicine


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