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Testing of a Glucose Monitoring

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iGlucose® Remote Patient Monitoring Device as an Adjunct to Routine Glucose Meter Devices for Glycemic Management and Control in Gestational Diabetes

The purpose of this study is to investigate whether automation of glucose monitoring data to facilitate the total number of recommended and completed SMBG checks improve clinical outcomes for women living with gestational and type 2 diabetes during pregnancy? This is a RCT

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Device - iGlucose Smart Meter System

Subjects will have routine care enhanced by use of theThe iGlucose Smart meter system. This is an example of integration of a SMBG system with internet-based technology; including cell phone notifications for reminders, feedback, and communication with clinicians

Device - Routine Care-RX meter

Subjects will receive routine care with the insurance prescribed glucose meter. They will self manage with traditional diabetes diary.

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iGlucose® Remote Patient Monitoring Device as an Adjunct to Routine Glucose Meter Devices for Glycemic Management and Control in Gestational Diabetes: a Pilot Randomized, Controlled Trial

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NCT04206748

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