Glucose Test in Verona

Find out where to get a Glucose Blood Test in Verona. Compare details and costs for a Glucose Test from the best labs in Italy.

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Via Montorio, 68, 37131 Verona VR, Italia

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Vicoletto Valle, 5, 37122 Verona VR, Italia

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Via Andrea Doria, 16, 37138 Verona VR, Italia

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Via Torino, 30, 37024 Negrar di Valpolicella VR, Italia

6.9 km

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Via Cesare Battisti, 23, 37057 San Giovanni Lupatoto VR, Italia

4.9 km

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Via Valpolicella, 63, 37026 Pescantina VR, Italia

6.8 km

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Via Roma, 49, 37050 Oppeano VR, Italia

12.7 km

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Via Sorte, 48, 37047 San Bonifacio VR, Italia

13.7 km

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Via Sorte, 48, 37047 San Bonifacio VR, Italia

13.7 km

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Via Varesche, 45, 37010 Costermano sul Garda VR, Italia

16 km

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Via Verona, 29, 25019 Sirmione BS, Italia

18.7 km

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Via Guanti, 3, 37053 Cerea VR, Italia

20.1 km

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Via Veneto, 38, 36040 Sarego VI, Italia

20.1 km

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Glucose Test - what is it and how the test is done

A blood glucose test detects the amount of glucose in your blood. Sugar is a form of glucose. It is the primary power source for your body. Insulin, a hormone, aids in transporting glucose from the...

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Glucose Blood Test FAQs

Tell your doctor about any medications you're consuming, including prescriptions, over-the-counter medications, and herbal remedies, before your test. Certain drugs can have an impact on blood glucose levels. Before your test, your doctor may advise you to discontinue or adjust a specific medicine's dosage temporarily.

Severe stress can also induce a brief rise in blood glucose levels. If you've lately experienced any of the following, you should notify your doctor: · Trauma · Surgery · Stroke · Coronary artery disease

Having a blood test poses relatively little danger. You may experience pain or bruising where the needle was inserted, but most symptoms will subside soon. You may feel dizzy after an oral glucose tolerance test.

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