Self-Monitoring of Blood Glucose - References

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References for Diabetes - Self-Monitoring of Blood Glucose (SMBG)

1. Self-monitoring Blood Glucose (SMBG): Now and the Future - Amber L. Briggs,Journal of Pharmacy Practice, Vol. 17, No. 1, 29-38 (2004)


2. Heagarty, Margaret C. Life-style change: a difficult challenge. Pediatrics. 1976; 58:314-5.

Author: Ms. Bina Naik

Editor: Dr Reeja, Dr Shroff

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chams

my blood sugar level was 78fasting,and 157 on pp.but after taking glimpride and metformin it came too 80 fasting and 104 on pp.can i control my sugar level with healty lifestyle and cotroled diet?

after lunch I often work in the yard for l to 2 hrs and take my test when I come in. Does moving around after a meal increase the sugar in my blood more than sitting for the 2 hours?

mouna

any physical activity you perform will contribute to lowering your blood sugar level.

tafitz08

Where can I find a blank chart I can print off to keep track of my sugar levels?

naving

my blood sugar level before meal is below 100. do i have to chech post meal reading after 2 hrs to know whether i have diabetics or not. navin

michelledale

Can anyone please tell me what are the normal sugar levels in a type 2 diabetes, as my husband and I are having problems monitoring him.

guest

When Target levels
Before meals 70 to 140
1 to 2 hours after the start of a meal below 180

you have to monitor BG level frequently.

Have you using Blood Glucose Meter for Monitoring?

Regards:
Rajesh Kumar
09569549707

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