Profiling technology in diabetes
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Keywords

Diabetes mellitus
Insulin infusion systems
Blood glucose self-monitoring
Sickness impact profile
Colombia
Glycemic control
Technology

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Buitrago-Gómez, N. ., Jimenez Salazar, S., Delgado, M. R., Botero, J. F., & Ramirez-Rincón, A. (2024). Profiling technology in diabetes. Revista Colombiana De Endocrinología, Diabetes &Amp; Metabolismo, 11(1). https://doi.org/10.53853/encr.11.1.852

Abstract

Background: Technology has revolutionized the approach to managing patients diagnosed with diabetes. It has traditionally been divided into proximal and distal. Proximal technology comprises three areas: insulin delivery, glucose monitoring, and insulin delivery systems that respond to glucose.

Purpose: To conduct a narrative review that supports the decision on the patient profile that best fits each type of proximal technology.

Methodology: A narrative literature review was conducted by searching scientific articles in Medline between 2015 and 2023.

Results: 99 articles were selected. The most recommended patient profiles are described to select the technology that best fits their characteristics.

Conclusions: Achieving glucose control without hypoglycemia in diabetes is a goal that technology brings us closer to. However, costs limit its generalization, so it is necessary to know the profile of each patient to select the most appropriate technological tool for each case.

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