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Title Continuous glucose monitoring / Weiping Jia, editor.
Imprint Singapore : Springer, 2018.

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Subject Blood sugar monitoring.
Blood Glucose Self-Monitoring -- methods.
Glucose Metabolism Disorders -- therapy.
Diabetes Mellitus -- blood.
Alt Name Jia, Weiping,
Description 1 online resource
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Contents Intro; Foreword 1; Foreword 2; Preface; Contents; About the Editor and Associate Editors; Contributors; 1: Determination of Glucose and Continuous Glucose Monitoring; 1.1 Metabolism and Regulation of Glucose; 1.1.1 Glucose Metabolism; 1.1.2 Glucose Regulation; 1.2 Detection of Interstitial Fluid Glucose Concentration and Its Clinical Significance; 1.3 Principle and Classification of CGM Technology; 1.4 Different Glucose Concentration Displayed in Human Body; 1.4.1 Glucose Concentrations in Three Major Types of Blood Vessels; Venous Blood Glucose. Arterial Blood Glucose1.4.1.3 Capillary Blood Glucose; 1.4.2 Glucose Concentrations in Plasma and Serum; Plasma Glucose; Serum Glucose; Comparison of Plasma Versus Serum Glucose; Comparison of Plasma Versus Whole Blood Glucose; Urine Glucose; Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF) Glucose; Salivary Glucose; Tear Glucose; 1.4.3 Glycemic Parameters Reflecting Different Time Periods; References; 2: Introduction of Continuous Glucose Monitoring Technology; 2.1 Development of CGM Technology.
2.2 Technical Characteristics of CGM System2.2.1 Medtronic Inc.; 2.2.2 Dexcom Inc.; 2.2.3 Abbott Inc.; References; 3: Accuracy Assessment of Continuous Glucose Monitoring Technology; 3.1 Accuracy Assessment Methods Commonly Used in Clinical Practice; 3.2 Accuracy Assessment Methods for CGM Technology; 3.3 Accuracy Assessment of CGM Monitoring Results; 3.4 Factors Affecting the Accuracy of CGM Measurements; References; 4: Operation Standards for Continuous Glucose Monitoring; 4.1 Operation Specifications for Medtronic CGM Systems; 4.2 Sensor Implantation Site.
4.3 Implantation of Glucose Sensor4.4 Sensor Initialization and Calibration; 4.5 Troubleshooting; References; 5: Methods for Interpreting Continuous Glucose Monitoring Graphs; 5.1 Basic Principles for Interpretation of a Retrospective CGM Report; 5.1.1 Interpretation of Nocturnal Blood Glucose; 5.1.2 Interpretation of Preprandial Blood Glucose; 5.1.3 Interpretation of Postprandial Blood Glucose; 5.2 Basic Principles for Interpretation of a Real-Time CGM Report; References; 6: Definition and Clinical Significance of Continuous Glucose Monitoring Parameters.
6.1 Parameters Reflecting Mean Blood Glucose (MBG) and Their Clinical Significance6.2 Parameters Reflecting Glycemic Variability and Their Clinical Significance; 6.2.1 Parameters Reflecting Intraday Glycemic Variability; SDBG; CV; LAGE; MAGE; M-value; J-index; Continuous Overlapping Net Glycemic Action over an n-Hour Period (CONGAn); Mean Absolute Glucose (MAG); 6.2.2 Parameters Reflecting Inter-day Glycemic Variability; CV-FPG; MODD; 6.2.3 Parameters Reflecting Postprandial Glycemic Variability.
Summary This book provides comprehensive information on continuous glucose monitoring (CGM). The first section focuses on the fundamentals of CGM technology, including the principles of CGM, accuracy assessment, operation procedure, management processes, the picture-interpretation methodology, the clinical value of CGM parameters, reference values, clinical applications of CGM report and management systems, and clinical indications. In turn, the second section describes the clinical application of CGM, including assessing blood glucose fluctuation and hypoglycemic effects, detecting hypoglycemia and identifying fasting hyperglycemia. It also describes the role of CGM in connection with specific diseases, such as fulminant type 1 diabetes, gestational diabetes mellitus, steroid diabetes, and insulinoma. The closing chapter outlines the future of CGM. In addition, the book presents typical cases and analyses of nearly a hundred typical monitoring maps. As such, it offers diabetic health care doctors a valuable reference guide to the clinical application of and scientific research on CGM. Editor Weiping Jia is a professor and chief physician of Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism, Shanghai Jiao Tong University Affiliated Sixth People's Hospital. She is also the director of Shanghai Clinical Center for Diabetes, Shanghai Key Laboratory for Diabetes and Shanghai Diabetes Institute, and the president of Chinese Diabetes Society.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (Ebsco, viewed August 13, 2018).
ISBN 9789811070747 (electronic bk.)
9811070741 (electronic bk.)
9789811070730 (print)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-981-10-7074-7
OCLC # 1048355852
Additional Format Print version: Continuous glucose monitoring. Singapore : Springer, 2018 9811070733 9789811070730 (OCoLC)1005105104.

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