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Audit Topic: Diabetes

 

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National survey of the use of HbA1c in the diagnosis of Type 2 DM

Sarah Robinson

June 2015

NCBAG

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HbA1c measurement for diagnosis of Type 2 diabetes mellitus

Rachel Curd

03/06/2014

Thames Audit Group

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Investigation of gestational diabetes

Sudha Bulusu

26/07/2013

Thames Audit Group

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Survey of HbA1c and glucose analysis and interpretation

Clare Jeffray

23/05/2012

Northern Audit Group

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Standards for the performance of glucose tolerance tests in-house and in the community/primary care

Linda Smith

01/11/2007

West Midlands Audit Group

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Oral glucose tolerance tests - interpretative exercise

Dawn Grenshaw

26/02/2007

Thames Audit Group

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Effect of SIGN guidelines on microalbumin requests

 

2003

Scotland Audit Group

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