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Research: Monitoring from 1999

  1. Why isn't there a device that would combine an insulin pump with blood glucose testing? (27 Dec 1999)
  2. My son has had 4 major hypoglycemic reactions in the last 6 months. (5 Oct 1999)
  3. I have kept up with the GlucoWatch news. The last thing I read said that it was only for those 18 and older. (14 Sep 1999)
  4. I am very interested in the GlucoWatch monitor because of a rare condition. (9 Sep 1999)
  5. Why does Cygnus describe their GlucoWatch as something available to "adults 18 and over" with diabetes? (31 Aug 1999)
  6. Are there any machines to check my blood glucose and to inject glucagon when I am sleeping? (26 Aug 1999)
  7. A friend told me they had seen on a TV news article about a monitor that could tell if a diabetic had low blood sugar. (25 Aug 1999)
  8. A friend told me that there is a new treatment which involves wearing a patch on the skin. (13 Aug 1999)
  9. Could you tell me if she can expect inhaled insulin and the glucose watch to be available in the coming year? (27 Jun 1999)
  10. I read about a watch that would give a measured dose of medication for diabetes, at predetermined times during the day. (14 Jun 1999)
  11. The Cygnus corporation is submitting a pre-market approval for the GlucoWatch non-invasive monitor to the FDA. (2 Jun 1999)
  12. We have been hearing a lot about non-invasive meters such as the GlucoWatch. (12 Apr 1999)

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