‘Glucose meter hypoglycaemia’: often a non-disease

Ann Clin Biochem 2000;37:731-732
doi:10.1258/0004563001899825
© 2000 Association for Clinical Biochemistry

 

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R Gama,
N R Anderson and
V Marks

The diagnosis of hypoglycaemia depends upon the demonstrationof a low blood glucose concentration during a spontaneous symptomaticepisode. Glucose monitoring devices may misdiagnose many healthyindividuals with nonspecific symptoms as having hypoglycaemia.We present three illustrative cases of ‘glucose meter non-hypoglycaemia’.


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