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INDUSTRY SESSION
Date
Wed, 02.06.2021
Session Type
INDUSTRY SESSION
Session Time
18:35 - 20:05
Room
Hall E
Session Description

Evolving Observational and Real World Data Around Sensor-Based CGM Across the Diabetes Treatment Spectrum - Industry Symposium Supported by Abbott Diabetes Care

Session description - Using international authorities on diabetes management and technology as faculty, this activity will focus on emerging digital, real time-, and sensor patch-based technologies for continuous monitoring of glucose levels, to improve drug interventions for persons with diabetes, minimize risks of hypoglycemia, maximize time in target range for blood glucose, and to optimize treatment interventions and drug titration and selection. The faculty will discuss the Intersection of flash glucose monitoring technology and real world application, and the Implications for adopting CGM in the Covid era and beyond.

INDUSTRY SESSION

Evolving Observational and Real World Data Around Sensor-Based CGM Across the Diabetes Treatment Spectrum

Date
Wed, 02.06.2021
Lecture Time
18:35 - 18:35
INDUSTRY SESSION

Supported by Abbott Diabetes Care

Date
Wed, 02.06.2021
Lecture Time
18:35 - 18:35
INDUSTRY SESSION

The Intersection of Flash Glucose Monitoring Technology and Real World Care in Persons with Diabetes: What Can New Trials Teach Us? And What are the Implications for Adopting CGM in the Covid Era and Beyond?

INDUSTRY SESSION

Prospective Observational Studies Evaluating Glycemic Metrics in Persons with Type 2 Diabetes: Optimizing HA1c Levels and  Glycemic Control with Flash Glucose Monitoring

INDUSTRY SESSION

Real World Evidence Supporting Superior Glycemic Control with Flash Glucose Monitoring Across the Spectrum of Diabetes Care: Improvements in Time-in-Range and Other Diabetes-Related Health Metrics

INDUSTRY SESSION

The Foundational Importance and Evolving Evidence for Flash Glucose Monitoring to Optimize Multiple Glycemic and Patient Safety Outcomes Across the Spectrum of Diabetes Care