Pseudohypoglycemia or hyperglycemia caused by interference with self-monitoring blood glucose measurements in anticancer ascorbic acid therapy.

Authors:
Takekazu Kimura
Takekazu Kimura
Toyonaka Municipal Hospital
Junji Kozawa
Junji Kozawa
Graduate School of Medicine
Masahiko Matsui
Masahiko Matsui
Osaka University Hospital
Japan
Hitoshi Nishizawa
Hitoshi Nishizawa
Osaka University
Japan
Tetsuyuki Yasuda
Tetsuyuki Yasuda
Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine
Michio Otsuki
Michio Otsuki
Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine
Hiromi Iwahashi
Hiromi Iwahashi
Osaka University
Japan
Hideaki Kaneto
Hideaki Kaneto
Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine

J Diabetes Investig 2013 Nov 11;4(6):679-80. Epub 2013 Jun 11.

Department of Metabolic Medicine Graduate School of Medicine Osaka University Suita Japan.

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