Remote glucose monitoring in cAMP setting reduces the risk of prolonged nocturnal hypoglycemia.

@article{DeSalvo2014RemoteGM,
  title={Remote glucose monitoring in cAMP setting reduces the risk of prolonged nocturnal hypoglycemia.},
  author={Daniel J DeSalvo and Patrick Keith-Hynes and Thomas A. Peyser and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Place and K. Kenneth Caswell and Darrell M. Wilson and Breanne Harris and Paula K Clinton and Boris P. Kovatchev and Bruce A. Buckingham},
  journal={Diabetes technology & therapeutics},
  year={2014},
  volume={16 1},
  pages={1-7}
}
OBJECTIVE This study tested the feasibility and effectiveness of remote continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) in a diabetes camp setting. SUBJECTS AND METHODS Twenty campers (7-21 years old) with type 1 diabetes were enrolled at each of three camp sessions lasting 5-6 days. On alternating nights, 10 campers were randomized to usual wear of a Dexcom (San Diego, CA) G4™ PLATINUM CGM system, and 10 were randomized to remote monitoring with the Dexcom G4 PLATINUM communicating with the Diabetes… CONTINUE READING