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In response to user feedback we have simplified the way courses can be completed.

Until now you needed to complete the topics and modules in order, from start to finish. But from today you can complete them in any order you wish.

Just visit any topic that interests you, and when you are ready mark it as completed by clicking the green 'Mark complete' button at the bottom of the page.

Once you have completed all of the topics in a module an assessment will be provided for you.

Complete all the assessments to finish the course.

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Observational studies have shown that a patient may have diabetes without any symptoms. This is known as silent or asymptomatic type 1 diabetes, which can be defined as diabetic plasma glucose concentration on at least two occasions, in the absence of any clinical signs.
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Asymptomatic, or ‘silent’, diabetes can be defined as:

diabetic plasma glucose concentrations [fasting] ≥ 7.0 mmol/l

and/or

2-hour oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) ≥11.1 mmol/l on at least two occasions in the absence of any clinical symptoms

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