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Pediatric Diabetes

By: Tim Jones |Date: 30 November 2018| Categories: Continuous Glucose Monitoring, Fear of Hypoglycaemia, Pediatric Diabetes
Children and teens are a lot of wonderful things. “Easy” is not one of them. When dealing with pediatric diabetes, clinicians should prepare for a different clinical picture, different behaviours, and different thresholds for hypoglycaemic symptoms. They should also anticipate a high level of parental stress and worry.

The Sniff Test – Benefits and limitations of diabetes alert dogs

By: Linda Gonder-Frederick | Date: Friday 22 August 2018| Categories: Impaired awareness, Diabetes alert dogs, Continuous glucose monitoring
The use of diabetes alert dogs (DADs) has been steadily gaining in popularity, and research is yielding new insights into their benefits and limitations. In this article, an expert on hypoglycaemia detection strategies provides a balanced overview of DADs and evidence-based guidance on their use.