CGM: first step in closing the loop for artificial pancreas

Kalvaitis, Katie
March 2008
Endocrine Today;3/10/2008, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p6
The article reports on continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) technology. It helps to improve glycemic control, achieve intensive management, improve quality of life and decrease the risk of chronic diabetes complications. However, lack of access and health care coverage and limited availability are some of the challenges facing CGM. DexCom SEVEN, Medtronic Paradigm and the Navigator are a few of the CGM devices.


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