Glucose monitoring: Are clinicians using all the data?

Kerr, David
December 2013
Diabetes Digest;2013, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p160
The author reflects on the additional insights offered by the continuous glucose monitoring (GCM) in terms of hypoglycaemia risk. He mentions that the metrics attained from GCM system traces are multiple and complex, but there is a need to make a standardised method to report sensor data. He states that an opportunity to offer more valuable information with the use of composite end points.


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