HbA1c performs well in monitoring glucose control even in populations with high prevalence of medical conditions that may alter its reliability: the OPTIMAL observational multicenter study

Niwaha, Anxious J; Rodgers, Lauren R; Greiner, Rosamund; Balungi, Priscilla A; Mwebaze, Raymond; McDonald, Timothy J; Hattersley, Andrew T; Shields, Beverley M; Nyirenda, Moffat J; Jones, Angus G; (2021) HbA1c performs well in monitoring glucose control even in populations with high prevalence of medical conditions that may alter its reliability: the OPTIMAL observational multicenter study. BMJ open diabetes research & care, 9 (1). e002350-e002350. ISSN 2052-4897 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjdrc-2021-002350

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