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Continuous Glucose Monitoring

Continuous Glucose Monitoring

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Continuous Glucose Monitoring: The Future of Diabetes Care. Visit health.utah.gov for more information
Continuous Glucose Monitoring: The Future of Diabetes Care. Visit health.utah.gov for more information

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Published by: State of Utah on May 06, 2013
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Continuous GlucoseMonitoring: The Futureof Diabetes Care
Hayley Miller, MDApril 17, 2013Diabetes TeleHealth Series
 
Objectives
Understand the principles of continuous glucosemonitoring including indications, benefits andlimitations thereof.
Recognize the differences between currentlyavailable CGM systems.
Review key uses of CGM data including real-timetrending, retrospective trending, high and lowalerts.
Briefly discuss the future of continuous glucosemonitoring.
 
Introduction
Diabetes mellitus is associated with long-termcomplications.
Most glycemic control in patients with type 1diabetes is suboptimal.
Glycemic control is limited by poor adherence toprescribed regimens.
Adherence is limited, in part, by fear ohypoglycemia.
 
Recent evidence links severe hypoglycemia tomorbidity and mortality.

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