Research: Monitoring from 2006
- There was talk about a product from Tec-Med, a non-invasive glucose meter. Has this come to market? (6 Dec 2006)
- Using a continuous sensor, my son's blood sugars were rarely the same as the home glucometer. Is it safe to base his bolus on the sensor reading? (3 Oct 2006)
- Is it possible to have an internal blood sugar monitor that will monitor blood sugars continuously and release insulin as needed? (30 Aug 2006)
- I can get a MiniMed Paradigm« REAL-Time Insulin Pump and Continuous Glucose Monitoring System for my five year old. What should my concerns be? (24 Jun 2006)
- How do you choose a pump when technology is changing so quickly? When will more continuous glucose monitors be FDA approved and available? (13 May 2006)
- I've seen a monitor that a child wears on his wrist at night. It measures their sweat and alarms if their sugar gets too low. Where can I get one? (5 May 2006)
- Are there any non-invasive devices to measure blood sugar? (4 May 2006)
- Is there a meter that really works without a fingerstick? (18 Mar 2006)
- When will there be a continuous glucose sensor for children under 18? How will they deal with corrections at school? When will there be a true "artificial pancreas?" (6 Mar 2006)
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