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Journal June 2007 (Vol 28, No 6) Focus: Endocrine Disorders

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Laboratory Tests for Diagnosis and Management of Diabetes

1. The ____________ test can indicate the average glucose concentration over the previous 2 to 3 months.
2. The ____________ test can indicate the average glucose concentration over the previous several weeks.
3. ____________ is important when collecting samples for blood glucose measurement to diagnose diabetes.
4. Hyperglycemia can occur with
5. Erroneously increasing insulin dosages can lead to
6. In healthy animals, blood glucose values in the glucose tolerance test peak ____________ minutes after administration of glucose and reach normal values after ____________ hours.
7. The anticoagulant of choice for blood glucose preservation is
8. Transient glucosuria can occur as a result of
9. Anemia can result in artificially lower levels of
10. Hypoproteinemia can result in artificially lower levels of
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