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Study: Wearable sensor helps reduce hypoglycemia in diabetes

DiabetesPro SmartBrief | Sep 21, 2016

Swedish researchers found that adults with type 1 diabetes reduced their time in hypoglycemia by 38% after using the Freestyle Libre wearable sensor, compared with no significant changes among those who used conventional self-monitoring of blood glucose. The findings in The Lancet, based on 239 patients, showed those who used the sensor also had a reduced time spent in hyperglycemia, as well as significantly better measures of low blood glucose during the day and overnight. Reuters (09/19)


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