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Continuous Glucose Monitoring Study
Athena Philis-Tsimikas, M.D.
The MOBILE study looks to see how blood sugar is managed when using a Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM) compared to fingerstick testing in people with Type 2 Diabetes taking long-acting insulin once or twice a day.
Be 30 years old or older.
Have been taking long-acting insulin for the last 6 months.
Have stable medications for the last 3 months.
Have a smartphone that works with the devices used in the study (smartphone compatibility will be assessed).
Have diabetes managed by a primary care physician (PCP), NP, PA, etc.
Patients must not:
Have diabetes managed by an endocrinologist.
A CGM measures the glucose level in the fluid under the skin. It consists of a sensor which is inserted into the skin, a transmitter attached to the sensor and a display device. Every 5 minutes, the transmitter sends glucose readings to the display device.