Acromegaly is characterized by an insulin resistance condition. There is a significant difference between the different types of therapy in relation to the glycometabolic framework. The blinded continuous glucose monitoring system (CGMS), throughout a period of maximum 6 days for a total of 288 glycemic registrations per day, identifies glycemic excursions and could constitute a valid device to understand the 24-hour glycemic profiles.

Continuous Glucose Monitoring System in Acromegalic Patients: Possible Role in the Assessment of Glycemia Control / Mercuri, Valeria; D'Amico, Tania; Costa, Denise; De Vito, Corrado; D'Angelo, Luca; Schiaffini, Riccardo; Gargiulo, Patrizia. - In: JOURNAL OF DIABETES SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. - ISSN 1932-2968. - (2020), pp. 1-6. [10.1177/1932296820949882]

Continuous Glucose Monitoring System in Acromegalic Patients: Possible Role in the Assessment of Glycemia Control

Mercuri, Valeria;D'Amico, Tania;Costa, Denise;De Vito, Corrado;Gargiulo, Patrizia
2020

Abstract

Acromegaly is characterized by an insulin resistance condition. There is a significant difference between the different types of therapy in relation to the glycometabolic framework. The blinded continuous glucose monitoring system (CGMS), throughout a period of maximum 6 days for a total of 288 glycemic registrations per day, identifies glycemic excursions and could constitute a valid device to understand the 24-hour glycemic profiles.
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