There are several ways to measure your blood sugar when you have type 1 diabetes. Most people know the finger dot measurement, but some find that it is difficult to control diabetes control when blood sugar is measured with the finger dot method. Many also know the sensor that not only provides a snapshot of one's blood sugar, but also shows whether blood sugar is rising or falling.
How many people use the sensor? Can everyone with type 1 diabetes benefit from it? This gives Karoline Schousboe, PhD and consultant at Steno Diabetes Center Odense an insight into this episode seven of the Diabetes Researchers.
Diabetes researchers are published in a collaboration between the seven Steno Diabetes Centers. All podcasts are in Danish.