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Continuous Glucose Monitoring in Dogs and Cats: Application of New Technology to an Old Problem.

In recent years, glucose monitoring has been revolutionized by the development of continuous glucose monitoring systems (CGMS), which are wearable non/minimally invasive devices that measure glucose concentration almost continuously for several consecutive d/wk. The Abbott FreeStyle Libre is the CGMS used most commonly. It has adequate clinical accuracy both in dogs and cats, even though the accuracy is lower in the hypoglycemic range. It allows an accurate identification of glycemic excursions occurring throughout the day as well as of glucose variations during consecutive days, enabling the clinician to make a more informed decision about the insulin dose and frequency of administration.

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