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Continuous Glucose Monitoring in Critically Ill Patients

The purpose of this study is to determine whether subcutaneous continuous glucose monitoring in critically ill patients is clinically feasible accurate and reliable.

Accuracy, Feasibility and Acceptance of CGM Lupus

This is a prospective monocenter, non-randomised, open-lable single-group intervention diagnostic trial on the accuracy, reliability and feasibility of the continuous glucose monitoring system in critically systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). Newly developed technologies for continuous glucose monitoring in critically SLE patients may improve glycemic control and reduce glucose variability. Critically SLE patients will be performed by continuous glucose monitoring. The subcutan...

Continuous Glucose Monitoring in Critically Ill Surgical Patients

The specific aim of this study is to identify the degree of correlation between real time subcutaneous glucose monitoring and intermittent glucose monitoring using capillary glucose samples, arterial blood samples and venous blood samples in critically ill surgical patients. A secondary aim will be to determine the accuracy of real time glucose monitoring.

Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) After Surgical Variations of the Roux-en-y Gastric Bypass

This study evaluates the difference in post prandial tissue glucose levels between two variation of Roux-en-Y Gastric bypass by continuous glucose monitoring.

CAPO: Continuous Glucose Monitoring in A2 Gestational Diabetes and Pregnancy Outcomes

This study will utilize continuous glucose monitoring in women with A2 gestational diabetes. Women will be randomized to continuous glucose monitoring or routine care with fingersticks to check their blood glucose four times daily. It is hypothesized that women in the continuous glucose monitoring arm will have a lower incidence of the composite primary outcome, which includes the following variables: perinatal death, shoulder dystocia, birth weight greater than 4,000 grams, NI...

Primary Care - Continuous Glucose Monitoring

Introduction and objective: The key to optimal diabetes management is tight glucose control. Hemoglobin A1c is the gold standard to assess glycemic control but in cases of unrecognized hypoglycemia, confusing nighttime events or in cases of large variations in blood glucose, a haemoglobin A1c can not detect specific movement of blood glucose. Continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) provides informations of glucose levels in a real-time format and may be helpful for making the perso...

Correlation Between Continuous Glucose Monitoring and Intermittent Glucose Monitoring Values and Pregnancy Outcomes

We wish to find out if in non-diabetic pregnancies, as well as diabetic pregnancies, additional data obtained by Continuous Glucose Monitoring improves perinatal risk prediction.

Comparison of the Effects of Intermittent and Continuous Enteral Feeding on Glucose-Insulin Dynamics in Critically Ill Medical Patients

Continuous enteral feeding is the most common type of nutrition used in critically ill patients despite being non-physiologic, as all mammalian alimentary tracts have been designed for intermittent ingestion of nutrients. The small numbers of randomized controlled studies that have compared intermittent gastric feeds (IGF) to continuous gastric feeds (CGF) in intensive care units have demonstrated that IGF is safe, feasible and have the shorter time to goal nutrition. Studies o...

Continuous Glucose Monitoring During and After Surgery

During surgery and after surgery elevated blood glucose levels can lead to poor outcome such as wound infections. Current technology does not allow close monitoring of glucose levels often resulting in poor management of glucose levels. In this study, the investigators will evaluate the feasibility of using a continuous glucose monitor (Dexcom Gen 4 Professional) during and after surgery. Such a monitor has the potential of monitoring glucose levels continuously and in real-tim...

Glucose Monitoring in Tissue Transfers

The purpose of this study is to determine if 1) a continuous glucose monitoring system can measure glucose levels in transferred tissue during reconstructive surgery, and 2) if glucose measurements from a continuous glucose monitoring system correlate with tissue blood perfusion.

Reversal of Hypoglycemia Unawareness Using Continuous Glucose Monitoring

The purpose of doing this study is to see if continuous glucose monitoring can help people with type 1 diabetes who are sometimes unable to feel if they have a low blood glucose reading. For this study we will be using the Navigator Continuous Glucose Monitor. We think that your body may not have enough of a certain hormone that usually helps people know when they are going low. If you can keep from going low, we think there will be enough of that hormone to help you recognize...

Secondary Care - Continuous Glucose Monitoring

Introduction and objective: The current state of glucose monitoring includes the use of A1C, self-monitoring of blood glucose (SMBG), and continuous glucose monitoring (CGM). CGM technology has got the potential to revolutionize diabetes care in the near future striving to optimal diabetes management and tight glucose control. Until very recently, this determination could only be achieved by the attainment of multiple capillary blood glucose determinations each day and/or measu...

Relationship Between Blood Glucose Variability and Prognosis in Critically Ill Patients

This study is to evaluate the glycemic variation using Continuous Glucose Monitoring System in patients in the intensive care unit, find out the occult hypoglycemia, and investigate the relationship between glycemic variation, especially the incidence of hypoglycemia and prognosis of patients. Meanwhile, the inflammatory factors were measured and the relationship between inflammatory factors and glycemic variation.

Glycemic Rises After Waking Up In Response To An Alarm Clock In Type 1-Diabetic Patients Analysed With Continuous Glucose Monitoring (GlucoDay®)

Study hypothesis: Waking up in response to an alarm clock may evoke a stress reaction that leads to rising glucose concentrations. The purpose of this study was to prove this hypothesis with continuous glucose monitoring over three nights. Night (a) with an alarm clock set at 2 h intervals for glucose self monitoring, Night (b) with a nurse performing blood glucose determinations, and Night (c) with the patients left undisturbed.

Evaluation of the Eversense Continuous Glucose Monitoring System in Type I Diabetic Youth

The purpose of this clinical investigation is to provide pilot clinical data to direct pivotal study development for the pediatric indication of the Senseonics Continuous Glucose Monitoring System (CGM) measurements when compared with finger stick blood glucose monitoring in an outpatient setting. (The investigation will also evaluate safety of the Senseonics CGM System usage, get feedback regarding subject and caregiver acceptability of the device and the mobile medical applic...

Real-Time Continuous Glucose Monitoring (RT-CGM) in Patients With Type 1 Diabetes at High Risk for Low Glucose Values Using Multiple Daily Injections (MDI) in Germany (HYPODE-STUDY)

Demonstrate that usage of RT-CGM (Real time continuous glucose monitoring) reduces the frequency of low CGM-recorded glucose events in patients using MDI (Multiple daily injections) that are at risk for hypoglycemic events.

Use of Real-Time Continuous Glucose Monitoring System in Patients With Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus

The purpose of this study is to determine whether a real-time continuous glucose monitoring system is able to improve HbA1c in patients suffering from type 1 diabetes compared to conventional finger prick glucose measurements. In addition it will investigate whether number of episodes with serious hypoglycemia is changed in those same patients, and whether quality of life increases.

Use of Continuous Glucose Monitoring Combined With Ambulatory Glucose Profiles to Characterize Glycemic Control

Obtain Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) data from individuals taking exenatide LAR, sitagliptin, or pioglitazone. The CGM measurements collected will help determine the characteristics of glucose control prior to treatment and during treatment.

A Trial Comparing Continuous Glucose Monitoring With and Without Routine Blood Glucose Monitoring in Adults With Type 1 Diabetes

The primary objective of the study is to determine whether the routine use of Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) without Blood Glucose Monitoring (BGM) confirmation is as safe and effective as CGM used as an adjunct to BGM.

Prospective Randomized Clinical Trial Assessing the Short Term Clinical Impact of Continuous vs Flash Glucose Monitoring in Children, Adolescents and Young Adults With Type 1 Diabetes

Impaired hypoglycemia awareness, a significant problem for children with type 1 diabetes, is defined as neurogenic symptom response before autonomic response to hypoglycemia. Avoiding hypoglycemia appears to restore hypoglycemia awareness. Investigators have previously demonstrated in a retrospective study that Flash Glucose Monitoring system decreased the risk of severe hypoglycemia in type 1 diabetic children and adolescents, even though Flash Glucose Monitoring system, unli...

Continuous Glucose Monitoring in Pregnant Women Undergoing Betamethasone Therapy

We hope to clarify how betamethasone affects glucose levels in the mother in the days after receiving the drug. This understanding will hopefully allow us to better anticipate the risk of maternal hyperglycemia and therefore establish more appropriate monitoring of maternal glucose to prevent maternal and neonatal complications of hyperglycemia.

Continuous Glucose Monitoring to Assess Glycemia in Chronic Kidney Disease - Changing Glucose Management

The goal of this study is to test whether a dipeptidyl peptidase-4 inhibitor, compared with a sulfonylurea, improves time in normal blood glucose range and reduces blood glucose variability. Blood glucose is measured using a continuous glucose monitoring device.

Assessment of the Accuracy,Feasibility,Safety of Continuous Glucose Monitoring System

Real-time continuous glucose monitoring system (CGMS) has been attempted to be used in ICU, but its feasibility, accuracy and confounding factors are controversial.

Determination of Postprandial Glycemic Responses by Continuous Glucose Monitoring in a Real-World Setting

Self-monitoring of blood glucose using capillary glucose testing has a number of shortcomings compared to continuous glucose monitoring (CGM). We aimed to compare these two methods and used blood glucose measurements in venous blood as a reference. Despite considerable inter-individual variability of postprandial glycemic responses, CGM evaluated postprandial glycemic excursions which had comparable results compared to standard blood glucose measurements under real-life conditi...

Continuous Glucose Monitoring With Immediate or Delayed Counseling Feedback

This study is designed to explore the effect of feedback counseling using professional continuous glucose monitoring on glycemic control, self-efficacy, and self-management behaviors among middle aged and older adults with poor controlled type 2 diabetes mellitus. This study also explores the difference on timing of feedback after continuous glucose monitoring exam.

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