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1. Clinical and Laboratory Studies: FreeStyle™ Blood Glucose Test Strip Performance. Abbott Point Of Care. 2005

2. Joan L Parkes, PHD.; Stephen L Slatin, PHD.; Scott Pardo, PHD.; Barry H Ginsberg, MD, PHD. A New Consensus Error Grid to Evaluate the Clinical Significance of Inaccuracies in the Measurement of Blood Glucose. Diabetes Care. 23(8):1143-1148, 2000.

3.OneTouch® Ultra® Brand Test Strips: Meter equivalence and proven accuracy. 2006.

 

 

 

 

Each year in the U.S. diabetes results in the amputation of about 65,700 legs or feet. About 85% of those began with a diabetic foot ulcer. And for Dr. David Schwegman, the mission to educate people about the issue is personal.

His father, a diabetic, had a foot ulcer that resulted in the amputation of his left leg, which contributed to his death, his son said.

"He became a statistic," Schwegman said. "He was one of the 50% of people that died within five years after having an amputation."
www.thechart.blogs.cnn.com

Southwestern Medical Center cardiologists have uncovered how a specific protein’s previously unsuspected role contributes to the deterioration of heart muscle in patients with diabetes. Investigators in the mouse study also have found a way to reverse the damage caused by this protein.
utsouthwestern.edu