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S. Hsieh1, O. Ebekozien2, N. Rioles2, E. Ospelt2, S. Majidi3, H. Akturk4, D. Buckingham5, B. Miyazaki6, N. Hawa Yayah Jones7, R. Mcdonough8, C. Demeterco‐Berggren9, L. Jacobson10, N. Noor2
Background and Aims: Management of type 1 diabetes (T1D) involves consistent glucose monitoring to avoid acute complications. The use of real‐time continuous glucose monitors (rtCGM) or intermittently scanning CGM (isCGM) relative to self‐monitoring of blood glucose (SMBG) via fingerstick has aided in increasing the number of individuals with T1D reaching glycemic targets. This study aims to compare rtCGM, isCGM, and SMBG groups using real‐world data from T1D patients in a large U.S.‐based multi‐center study.
Full study abstract listed under number OP021 / #143 at this link
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Comparative Efficacy of Intermittently Scanning CGM, Real-Time CGM, and Self-Monitored Blood Glucose among Patients with Type 1 Diabetes: Real-World Evidence from a Multi-Center Study
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