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Published in Diabetes

Journal Scan / Research · May 11, 2021

Capillary Ketone Concentrations at Colonoscopy: Implications for SGLT2i–Treated T2D

Diabetes Care


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Diabetes Care
Capillary Ketone Concentrations at the Time of Colonoscopy: A Cross-Sectional Study With Implications for SGLT2 Inhibitor-Treated Type 2 Diabetes
Diabetes Care 2021 Apr 25;[EPub Ahead of Print], PS Hamblin, R Wong, EI Ekinci, S Sztal-Mazer, S Balachandran, A Frydman, TP Hanrahan, R Hu, SN Ket, A Moss, M Ng, S Ragunathan, LA Bach

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