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  • Kinga Howorka

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Continuous Subcutaneous Insulin Infusion Diabetic Mother Blood Glucose Monitoring Insulin Preparation Transactional Analysis 
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  • Kinga Howorka
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  1. 1.International Study Group on Functional Insulin Treatment, Department of Biomedical Engineering and PhysicsUniversity of Vienna, Allgemeines KrankenhausWienAustria

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