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Study Demonstrates Accuracy of GlySure CIGMS in Critically Ill Patients

2015 13 Jul

GlySure Limited  has announced publication of a manuscript in the  Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology , which validates the safety and performance of the GlySure™ Continuous Intravascular Glucose Monitoring System (CIGMS) in measuring plasma glucose concentrations in critically ill patients without disrupting current clinical practice.... Read more

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FDA Approval for First Glucose Monitoring App

2015 29 Jan

Dexcom, Inc. (San Diego, CA) has become the first company to obtain U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) pre-market approval for its mobile apps to support continuous glucose monitoring. The new apps are intended to make it easier for care managers and loved ones to closely monitor glucose levels to avoid complications, such as hyperglycaemia, which... Read more

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Laser Tool May End Pin Pricks for Diabetics

2014 25 Aug

A new laser system for measuring blood sugar has been developed by a team of researchers from Princeton University (USA). When work succeeds to create a portable version of the laser system, diabetics will be able to monitor their condition without pricking themselves to draw blood. To test the new technique, the researchers directed their specialised... Read more

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Coming Soon: The Eye-Tegrated Glaucoma Monitor

2014 24 Jun

An innovative low-power sensor designed by University of Washington engineers could someday be placed inside a person’s eye, tracking otherwise hard-to-measure eye pressure changes and transmitting the data wirelessly via radio frequency waves. Incorporated into an artificial intraocular lens, the sensor would be embedded during cataract surgery,... Read more

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Maquet / Pulsion: Cooperation in Advanced Monitoring

2014 25 Mar

EIRUS device for continuous monitoring of glucose and lactate to be distributed by PULSION in Europe.  As part of Maquet’s Critical Care’s goal to build a portfolio of Advanced Monitoring solutions, Maquet and Pulsion announced, during this year’s ISICEM (International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine) in Brussels, a collaboration... Read more

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ISICEM 2014: Raising Standards of Care in Glucose Management

2014 18 Mar

Edwards Lunch Symposium Thursday, March 20 12.30–13.30 Arc Room (level 3) Improving glycemic control with continuous glucose monitoring Chair : A. Rhodes (London, England) Association between glucose levels and patient outcomes –analysis of a large patient dataset A.Rhodes (London, England) Continuous glucosemonitoring in ICU... Read more

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ISICEM 2014: Echo Therapeutics to Exhibit at Critical Care Conference

2014 14 Mar

Echo Therapeutics, Inc., a medical device company developing its Symphony® CGM System as a non-invasive, wireless continuous glucose monitoring system, is pleased to announce that its clinical study of Symphony was selected for poster presentation at the 34th International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine (ISICEM) from March 18-21,... Read more

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Study Demonstrates GlySure System's Ability to Accurately Measure Blood Glucose Levels in the ICU

2013 25 Sep

GlySure Limited, developer of in-hospital continuous blood glucose monitoring (CBGM) systems, announced that a study demonstrating the effectiveness of its technology in continuously measuring blood glucose levels in post-surgical cardiac surgery patients was presented on August 28, 2013, at the World Federation of Societies of Intensive and Critical... Read more

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Remote Device Monitors Blood Sugar Levels of ICU Patients

2013 26 Jul

Image courtesy of University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust/PA Critically ill patients at a UK hospital have become the first in the world to be fitted with a "revolutionary" bug-like device to detect dangerous blood sugar levels. Doctors at Southampton General Hospital are using the hi-tech gadget, which consists of two probes... Read more