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Hypoglycemia on a Clinically Relevant Level

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    In 2004 the American Diabetes Association working group defined the threshold of hypoglycemia as 70 mg/dl. The clinical definition continues to attract controversy with a standard vs. dynamic solution. What are considerations that need to be made in terms of the clinical definition of hypoglycemia? Join host Dr. Steven Edelman and his guest, professor of clinical diabetes at the University of Sheffield, Dr. Simon Heller, as they discuss the challenge with the current threshold of hypoglycemia.

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    In 2004 the American Diabetes Association working group defined the threshold of hypoglycemia as 70 mg/dl. The clinical definition continues to attract controversy with a standard vs. dynamic solution. What are considerations that need to be made in terms of the clinical definition of hypoglycemia? Join host Dr. Steven Edelman and his guest, professor of clinical diabetes at the University of Sheffield, Dr. Simon Heller, as they discuss the challenge with the current threshold of hypoglycemia.

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