Australian researchers found that parents of children with type 1 diabetes had significantly lower Hypoglycemia Fear Survey scores when their children used a remote continuous glucose monitoring system over three months, compared with when the children used conventional blood glucose monitoring for three months. The findings in Diabetes Care, based on 49 children ages 2 to 12 and their parents, also revealed an improved quality of life and parental sleep, as well as lower parental stress levels, after the remote monitoring period than the control period.
Study examines role of CGMs in easing parents' fears in diabetes
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