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Fasting blood sugar vs. postprandial blood sugar as observed in normal individuals, medical (non-diabetic) patients, and patients with diabetes

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Sindoni, A. Fasting blood sugar vs. postprandial blood sugar as observed in normal individuals, medical (non-diabetic) patients, and patients with diabetes. Jour. D. D. 13, 178–192 (1946). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03002761

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  • Blood Sugar
  • Blood Sugar Level
  • High Carbohydrate Diet
  • Fasting Blood Sugar Level
  • Protamine Zinc Insulin