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Relationship Between Age and Diabetic Treatment Type on the Frequency of Hyperglycemic Episodes Monitored by Continuous Glucose Monitoring

By Boby G. Thekadeth, P. Zachariah, Zeenat Parveen, Pavan Patel, Matthew Schoeck, Andrew Mazulis, Lawrence Perlmuter and Sant P. Singh

Submitted: November 17th 2010Reviewed: May 17th 2011Published: October 10th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/22188

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Boby G. Thekadeth, P. Zachariah, Zeenat Parveen, Pavan Patel, Matthew Schoeck, Andrew Mazulis, Lawrence Perlmuter and Sant P. Singh (October 10th 2011). Relationship Between Age and Diabetic Treatment Type on the Frequency of Hyperglycemic Episodes Monitored by Continuous Glucose Monitoring, Hypoglycemia - Causes and Occurrences, Everlon Cid Rigobelo, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/22188. Available from:

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