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cgm

An obsolete symbol for the rarely used term centigram.

continuous glucose monitoring

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CGM

Moment-to-moment measurement of body glucose concentrations, e.g., with sensors placed in subcutaneous tissue.
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A significant opportunity exists for the Company's CGM to be used in the outpatient diabetes market and in the fitness, weight loss and personal lifestyle wearable-health space.
The solution is compatible with more than 130 types of glucose meters, insulin pumps, CGM systems and activity trackers.
CSII improves glucose control by providing "background" changes in insulin dosing to match the complexities of metabolism in pregnancy and CGM (as opposed to self-blood glucose monitoring) improves glucose control by removing the fear of unexpected lows, which is a big issue in my patients, and by warning of impending highs.
private insurers' policies regarding CGM coverage (or lack thereof).
The ever-growing demand for POC/OTC CGM will enable Home Healthcare to be the second-most lucrative end user-segment
The business unit "HIS" (Hospital Information Systems) will benefit from sustained innovation of CGMs global portfolio and HIS-know-how in this area.
Our customers in North America have welcomed this cost savings initiative," said Terry Grange, senior director, eCommerce, CMA CGM (America).
The CMA CGM Group owned world s largest containership, CMA CGM Marco Polo has been welcomed by Jebel Ali Port, a flagship of DP World and largest man-made port in the world.
Qatari Holdings, the investment arm of the Qatar Investment Authority, is expected to acquire stake of up to 49 per cent in CMA CGM, the third-largest container shipping line in the world, a report said.
Two container vessels CMA CGM Eiffel and Michaols-s' sailed out on Friday morning, while two more ships C.