Hilary Cameron

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A review of the conditions of 44 consecutive patients diagnosed as having pituitary tumor is presented. In none of those with abnormal visual acuity, visual field defect, or extraocular muscle palsy was the plain skull roentgenogram normal. In all but one patient who had an abnormality on ocular examination), there was erosion of the clinoids on the plain(More)
AIMS We previously demonstrated that people with type 2 diabetes (T2DM) can improve their ability to categorize blood glucose (BG) results into low, in range, or high glycemic ranges after experiencing a color range indicator (CRI or ColorSure™ Technology) in a single meter. This study examined whether a CRI was effective in people with type 1 (T1) or T2DM(More)
BACKGROUND Cloud-connected diabetes applications enable health care professionals (HCPs) to monitor patient progress and offer the potential for remote consultations. OneTouch Reveal (OTR) is a cloud-based web application that aggregates data from blood glucose (BG) meters or insulin pumps and provides analytics to help patients and HCPs make more informed(More)
BACKGROUND Accurate self-monitoring of blood glucose (BG) is a key component of effective self-management of glycemic control. METHODS The OneTouch Select Plus Simple™ (OTSPS) BG monitoring system (BGMS) was evaluated for accuracy in a clinical setting. RESULTS OTSPS was accurate over a wide glucose range and met lay user and system accuracy BG(More)
Accurate self-monitoring of blood glucose is a key component of effective self-management of glycemic control. The OneTouch VerioFlex(™) (OTVF) blood glucose monitoring system (BGMS) was evaluated for accuracy in a clinical setting. Patients also used OTVF for a 1-wk trial period and reported their level of satisfaction with meter features. In a separate(More)
OBJECTIVES Assess laboratory and in-clinic performance of the OneTouch Select(®) Plus test system against ISO 15197:2013 standard for measurement of blood glucose. METHODS System performance assessed in laboratory against key patient, environmental and pharmacologic factors. User performance was assessed in clinic by system-naïve lay-users. Healthcare(More)
BACKGROUND A key approach in enabling people with diabetes to better manage their condition is through self-monitoring of blood glucose (SMBG). Any functional SMBG system should demonstrate clinical accuracy across a broad glucose range and be insensitive to hematocrit. Furthermore, it should be incumbent on the manufacturer to demonstrate that their(More)
Accurate self-monitoring of blood glucose is a key component of effective self-management of glycemic control. Accurate self-monitoring of blood glucose results are required for optimal insulin dosing and detection of hypoglycemia. However, blood glucose monitoring systems may be susceptible to error from test strip, user, environmental and pharmacological(More)
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