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  • Effectiveness and Safety of the Dexcom G6 Continuous Glucose Monitoring System in Non-Critically Ill Patients in the Inpatient Setting Rochester, Minn.

    The purpose of this study is to assess the effectiveness and safety of the Dexcom G6 Continuous Glucose Monitoring System when used in non-critically ill hospitalized patients on glucose control. Participants will wear up to three (3) Dexcom sensor configurations, on the arm and on the abdomen.

    Hospitalized patients with a stay for a minimum of 2 days in which they are on treatment to manage glucose will participate in the study. There will be no purposeful glucose manipulation since the CGM will be used in blinded mode. Data to determine the accuracy of the CGM in comparison with YSI will be collected through day 5 of CGM wear. Subjects will continue to wear the CGM until their discharge from the hospital up to 10 days of wear. The trial is designed to have at least two blood collection sessions to measure blood glucose on the YSI instrument per patient on different days and times of the day. Blood draws will be performed for periods of 6 hours each at 30-minute intervals on separate days for each participating patient. Day of YSI sessions should be on different sensor wear days. Every attempt will be made to obtain equal numbers of YSI sessions on each day (days 1-5). However, it is anticipated that fewer subjects will remain hospitalized for the full 5 days, so there will likely be more YSI sessions on days 1-3.


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