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Research: Monitoring from 2006

  1. There was talk about a product from Tec-Med, a non-invasive glucose meter. Has this come to market? (6 Dec 2006)
  2. 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)
  3. Is it possible to have an internal blood sugar monitor that will monitor blood sugars continuously and release insulin as needed? (30 Aug 2006)
  4. I can get a MiniMed ParadigmŪ REAL-Time Insulin Pump and Continuous Glucose Monitoring System for my five year old. What should my concerns be? (24 Jun 2006)
  5. 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)
  6. 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)
  7. Are there any non-invasive devices to measure blood sugar? (4 May 2006)
  8. Is there a meter that really works without a fingerstick? (18 Mar 2006)
  9. 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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