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Welcome to the Glucose mini wiki at Scratchpad!
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Continuous glucose monitoring
This page is for the sharing of information regarding continuous glucose monitoring devices. Since such devices are relatively new (with the first widely-used devices being approved by the FDA in March of 2006), there is a need for a way for users (and potential users) to share practical information. The technical support staff of the companies that make these devices don't know all the problems (and clever solutions) encountered by every user, and they may also be legally restricted in what they can say about off-label uses of their products.
This site is no substitute for professional medical advice. You should make decisions regarding your healthcare in consulting with your health-care team. There is no guarantee, express or implied, that information on these pages, or on pages linked from here, is correct.
- Available devices and their characteristics (like the Dexcom STS and the Minimed 522/722)
- Personal experiences with particular devices
- Troubleshooting - things that can happen to make devices not work properly, and suggested work-arounds.
- Ask a question that you would like to see answered - hopefully someone will set up a page, or add the answer to the appropriate page.
- Add more topics to this list!