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What should I know about sensor performance in continuous glucose monitors?

William Lee Dubois
Endocrinology Diabetes & Metabolism
Some sensors are a little rocky on their first day, but seem to get better and better as their run goes on. Some sensors are hyper-responsive to small changes and perform well throughout the range; a bit more like driving a vehicle with a tight suspension instead of a Lexus. It depends on whether you want to feel every bump or if you want a smooth average ride. But, that said, I’ve even worn multiple devices simultaneously and have gotten remarkably similar readings out of each device.
Beyond Fingersticks: The art of control with continuous glucose monitoring

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