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The basics of b lood glucose control

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The basics of blood glucose control

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  1. What is blood glucose? (2 Minutes)
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  3. Understanding blood glucose monitoring (4 Minutes)
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  5. What can cause high and low glucose? (5 Minutes)
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  7. Treating high and low blood glucose (6 Minutes)
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