Diabetes: strict control or flexibility in management?

  • Robert G. Russell
  • Douglas G. Garvie
  • A. I. M. Bartelds


The aims of diabetic treatment are: correction of hyperglycaemia; control of symptoms; prevention of complications; normal life and good health; and avoidance of any side-effects of treatment.


Blood Glucose Level Diabetic Retinopathy Blood Sugar Level Strict Control Oral Hypoglycaemic Agent 
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  • Robert G. Russell
  • Douglas G. Garvie
  • A. I. M. Bartelds

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