Sometimes the editor in me gets a bit irritated when I see non-standard versions of diabetes terminology. Here are some examples:
1) It's pretty standard now-a-days that the two types of diabetes should be rendered with an uncapitalized letter followed by an Arabic numeral (except at the beginning of a sentence, duuuh!). In the past, it was "Type I" and "Type II" but these usages are now considered outdated.
2) The use of HbA1c vs. A1C is unresolved. There's been a recent push to use "A1C", but us old-timers still like HbA1c. (I've also seen it as "HgbA1c" but that's a minority opinion.)
3) "Glucometer" is/was a brand name; the use of "glucometer" as equivalent to "glucose meter" is not yet as common as use of Kleenex or Xerox or aspirin as generics. Per Google several days ago:
Personally, I don’t think "glucometer" is appropriate in formal writing unless referring to the brand-name device. By the way, there's a picture of an old Glucometer at Once upon a time.
4) I think it should be "pre-diabetes" (with hyphen), not prediabetes (without hyphen).
5) and finally, there are some word choices that I never did like and grate on my nerves whenever I see them:
Got any others? If so, please let us all know by leaving a comment!