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New Approaches To Blood Sugar Monitoring

Antoaneta Tsvetkova

Abstract

The treatment of diabetes, like most areas of medicine, has changed significantly over the years as a result of technological advances. From the discovery, purification and mass production of insulin to the development of less painful ways to deliver it to people with diabetes. Although it can be difficult to predict the impact of new technology, there are several interesting trends in how people with diabetes receive medical care or manage their own condition. A relatively new innovation, continuous monitoring of blood sugar, is already changing their daily lives.

The aim of the article is to follow the new trends and approaches to blood sugar monitoring in patients with diabetes and the aspects of therapy and quality of life.


Keywords

diabetes, blood sugar, adherence, monitoring

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