Device allows for constant glucose monitoring of ICU patients

07/26/2013 | Nursing Times (U.K.) (free registration)

A U.K. hospital is using a new buglike device that attaches to the skin to detect dangerous blood glucose levels in ICU patients. The Sentrino Continuous Glucose Management System device has two probes with sensors that help continually monitor blood glucose levels and an alert and alarm system to help prevent possible complications from abnormal levels.

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