Clinical need for continuous glucose monitoring in the hospital

Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology
Jeffrey I JosephZvi Grunwald

Abstract

Automation and standardization of the glucose measurement process have the potential to greatly improve glycemic control, clinical outcome, and safety while reducing cost. The resources required to monitor glycemia in hospitalized patients have thus far limited the implementation of intensive glucose management to patients in critical care units. Numerous available and up-and-coming technologies are targeted for the hospital patient population. Advantages and limitations of these devices are discussed herewith in.

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