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The man pictured here, was about to check his blood glucose level. This process is known as self-monitoring blood glucose, and it is a way for people with diabetes to find out how much glucose is in their blood. A drop of blood from the fingertip is placed on a special coated strip of paper, revealing the amount of glucose in the blood. Many people use an electronic meter to get this reading. This patient was examining his glucose monitoring kit, which included a mechanical finger stick, an electronic glucose monitor, and a number of glucose-sensitive examination strips.
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Content Providers(s):CDC/ Amanda Mills
Creation Date:2011
Photo Credit:Amanda Mills
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