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June 23, 2007

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Kevin McMahon

People interested in the conclusion arrived at in this session should attend the Sunday 2pm Symposium entitled "Beyond Health Care Practitioners - Diabetes Health Care Extenders" to find out how we have addressed this education gap with mobile diagnostics, rules engine technology and the patient's social network.

While the increase in data from cgms is pointed out as being the culprit, lack of education and hap-hazard use of a glucose meter can also have devastating consequences if not coupled with careful instruction. Only through education and ongoing patient intervention can we ensure a successful match between patients and their devices that in turn create data and information.

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Lack of education and hap-hazard use of a glucose meter can also have devastating consequences if not coupled with careful instruction.

Sam Nisbett

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