Continuous monitoring of tissue glucose


Authors: M. Bendžala;  I. Očadlík;  B. Krahulec
Authors‘ workplace: II. interná klinika Lekárskej fakulty UK a FNsP Bratislava, Slovenská republika, prednosta prof. MU Dr. Andrej Dukát, CSc., FESC
Published in: Vnitř Lék 2010; 56(6): 602-606
Category: 65th Birthday - Petr Svacina, MD

Overview

Continuous glucose monitoring is technology revolution in diabetology similar to holter ECG monitoring in cardiology. With goal of the diabetes treatment to achieve almost normal glucose concentration in blood, continuous glucose monitoring can help in hypoglycemia risk reduction. Continuous glucose monitoring offers actual value of glycemia longitudinal whole day, with possibility of analyzing records and signalization when programmed thresholds are exceeded. It offers immediate patients reaction by modification of insulin treatment, food intake or physical activity, and also retrospective analysis of records. Subsequently it is possible to improve long‑term treatment. Special contribution of continuous glucose monitoring is in recognizing undetectable hypoglycemias, especially during sleep.

Key words:
diabetes mellitus –  diagnosis –  glycaemia monitoring


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