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Diabetic Foot Ulcer and Wound Infection

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Diabetic Foot Ulcer and Wound Infection

The goal of the study is to compare whether an integrated model of care between Foot Wound and Diabetes Clinic with use of remote glucose monitoring technology (Intervention Arm), as compared with usual care without the use of remote glucose monitoring technology (Control Arm), will result in 1) improved glycemic control, 2) improved ulcer and wound healing, 3) improved patient reported outcomes (PROs), 4) reduced long-term healthcare resource utilization, and 5) improved adherence to anti-glycemic therapy for patients with DFUWI and poor glycemic control over the course of a 6-month intervention period.

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Device - Telcare 2.0 BGM

Blood glucose meter that uploads blood glucose measurements to a cloud server that providers can access and use to monitor patients' glycemic trends.

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Remote Glycemic Management for Patients With Diabetic Foot Ulcer and Wound Infection

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NCT03827902

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