Health Tip: Continuous Glucose Monitoring Devices
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By Diana Kohnle
(HealthDay News) -- Continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) devices constantly track your blood sugar levels to help you manage diabetes.
The Cleveland Clinic says potential benefits of a CGM device include:
- Real-time updates of your blood glucose (sugar) level.
- An alarm that alerts you when your blood glucose is too high or too low.
- The ability to export blood glucose readings to a computer, providing a record for your doctor.
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