Don't Advise Routine Glucose Monitoring if Results Won't Be Used

Experts will debate how often patients with type 2 diabetes should check their blood glucose.

We know that type 2 patients on multiple daily insulin doses should routinely monitor glucose.

But evidence is mixed about whether routine checks improve A1C or reduce hypoglycemia in other patients with type 2 diabetes.

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