HOUSTON — A retrospective chart review of adults with type 1 diabetes who used the Medtronic MiniMed 670G revealed generally favorable experiences with the technology as well as improvements in HbA1c, according to findings presented at the American Association of Diabetes Educators annual meeting.
“There is a huge push to improve glycemic control and decrease the burden of diabetes management with automated insulin delivery,” Lisa T. Meade, PharmD, CDE, professor of pharmacy at Wingate University in North Carolina and a clinical pharmacist and certified diabetes educator in
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