many patients with type 1 diabetes don't realize when their blood sugar is too low to drive safely

New research shows that many patients with type 1 diabetes don't realize when their blood sugar is too low to drive safely.

Hypoglycemia can impair driving skills and cloud judgment. Patients sometimes think they can drive...when they shouldn't.

Advise patients not to drive if their blood glucose drops below 3.6 mmol/L...even if they don't feel impaired.

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