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Can I get CGM on the NHS?

“Can I get continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) on the NHS?” Whilst the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has issued statements describing when CGM might help someone with type 1 diabetes, it hasn’t yet performed a Technology Appraisal … Continue reading

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NICE and diabetes technology funding

Here is a list of the various types of guidance produced by NICE relating to diabetes technology. The type 1 technology guides written by INPUT, Diabetes UK and JDRF provide a summary of all the guidance along with their criteria. … Continue reading

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Sensor-augmented pump therapy

In people without diabetes, pancreatic islet cells detect glucose in the blood, and release insulin or glycogen to keep the glucose level in a safe range. All people with type 1 diabetes use a treatment ‘loop’ to mimic this function … Continue reading

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Can I get an insulin pump on the NHS?

“Can I get an insulin pump on the NHS?” In England, Wales and Northern Ireland, providing you meet certain criteria, the answer is yes! In order to receive NHS funding, you will need your consultant’s recommendation for pump therapy. Step-by-step guide … Continue reading

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NICE appraisal of insulin pump therapy

View NICE TA 151 Summary The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) is the independent organisation responsible for providing national guidance on the promotion of good health and the prevention and treatment of ill health. NICE produces guidance … Continue reading

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