CGMS

AcronymDefinition
CGMSContinuous Glucose Monitoring System
CGMSCopy Generation Management System
CGMSCoordination Group for Meteorological Satellites
CGMSCrop Growth Monitoring System
CGMSCoast Guard Message System (US Coast Guard)
CGMSCoordination on Geostationary Meteorological Satellites
CGMSCo-Operative Geological Mapping Strategies (Canada)
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The European CGMS market is expected to witness dynamic growth, owing to increasing incidence rates of diabetes, growing per capita healthcare expenditure, and rising disposable income of individuals.
In 2013, the CGMS established the Socioeconomic Benefits Tiger Team (SETT) to develop a credible methodology and common terminology for articulating the socioeconomic benefits of satellite observing systems, and to explore the most effective ways to communicate the benefits to decision makers and stakeholders.
Another method of glucose monitoring is CGMS, but this is expensive, invasive, and needs considerable skills for effective use.
According to the CGMS results of a day before and after therapy, the following parameters were calculated: (1) Mean blood glucose (MBG) level (MBG[sup]l): the average value and standard deviation (SD) of the 480 data points recorded during the 24-h of CGMS.
However, China first started using this system at a commercial scale but now is focusing towards EGMS systems for hybrid rice seed production apart from CGMS systems.
CGMS director Paul Chadwick said that it was expected that an excavation would be carried out before any building work began.
Eleven patients treated with an insulin pump and eight patients treated with glargine were monitored for up to three days by a Medtronic MiniMed Continuous Glucose Monitoring System, also referred to as the CGMS (TM) system.
Lehman Brothers, O'Brien Partners, Stone & Youngberg, Rauscher Pierce Refsnes and CGMS Inc.
The European CGMS market is expected to witness dynamic growth, owing to a rise in per capita healthcare expenditure, increase in disposable income of individuals, and growth in prevalence rates of diabetes.
CGMS has proved to be an extremely effective tool for glucose monitoring in the Critical Care/Intensive Care Units (ICUs).
INTERVENTION: At baseline, subjects were asked to wear the continuous glucose monitoring system (CGMS) sensor and perform meter tests at eight prespecified times of the day (eight-point testing) each for 3 d (2 d using both, 1 d eight-point testing only, 1 d CGMS only).