Continuous glucose monitoring: 40 years, what we've learned and what's next.

@article{Gifford2013ContinuousGM,
  title={Continuous glucose monitoring: 40 years, what we've learned and what's next.},
  author={Raeann Gifford},
  journal={Chemphyschem : a European journal of chemical physics and physical chemistry},
  year={2013},
  volume={14 10},
  pages={2032-44}
}
After 40 years of research and development, today continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) is demonstrating the benefit it provides for millions with diabetes. To provide in vivo accuracy, new permselective membranes and mediated systems have been developed to prevent enzyme saturation and to minimize interference signals. Early in vivo implanted sensor research clearly showed that the foreign body response was a more difficult issue to overcome. Understanding the biological interface and… CONTINUE READING

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