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Nocturnal differences in subcutaneous tissue glucose between forearm and abdominal sites during continuous glucose monitoring in normal subjects

Nocturnal differences in subcutaneous tissue glucose between forearm and abdominal sites during continuous glucose monitoring in normal subjects

Diabetes & Metabolism 31(4 Pt 1): 347-352

Objective: A number of short-term studies using the continuous glucose monitoring system (CGMS) indicate that improved metabolic control can be observed in patients with type 1 diabetes when CGMS is applied in clinical practice. Data have also accumulated to suggest that spot measurements of glucose performed four times a day would not detect as much as 70% of all hypoglycaemic episodes registered by CGMS.

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PMID: 16369196

DOI: 10.1016/s1262-3636(07)70203-3

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