Undiagnosed Diabetes Burden and Significance in the Canadian Population
Individuals with undiagnosed diabetes can only be detected in a survey or screening setting where they are tested for plasma glucose levels and inquired about a past history of diabetes.
Once detected, such individuals are no longer undiagnosed.
KeywordsFasting Plasma Glucose Plasma Glucose Level American Diabetes Association Impaired Fasting Glucose Undiagnosed Diabetes
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