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Comments on Profile Post by Aprz

  1. Aprz
    Aprz
    I've known they use mmol/dL instead of mg/dL. To convert mmol/dL to mg/dL, multiple by 18. For example, BM 4.0 means the blood sugar is 72 mg/dL cause 4.0 x 18 = 72.
    Sep 11, 2015
  2. Aprz
    Aprz
    In the US, I frequently see the acronym BM used for bowel movement. Pleasant.
    Sep 11, 2015
  3. Flying
    Flying
    I'm guessing BM is/was a common glucometer brand (analogous to how some call BVMs Ambu-bags)?
    Sep 16, 2015
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  4. Aprz
    Aprz
    Sep 16, 2015