Calibration of Minimally Invasive Continuous Glucose Monitoring Sensors: State-of-The-Art and Current Perspectives.

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hyperglycemia 2324 glucose control lead to blood glucose (BG) values exceeding the safe range of 70–180 mg/dL. While hyperglycemia (i.e., BG > 180 mg/dL) can result in long-term complications, e.g., retinopathy, nephropathy, cardiovascular
hypoglycemia 2456 mg/dL) can result in long-term complications, e.g., retinopathy, nephropathy, cardiovascular disease, hypoglycemia (i.e., BG < 70 mg/dL) can produce short-term adverse conditions that can cause coma, or even death [[1],[2],[3],[4]].Nowadays,
hypoglycemia 4828 [[15]]) is depicted in Figure 1 (diamonds), where it is apparent that some critical episodes, e.g., a hypoglycemia event and several hyperglycemic conditions, cannot be revealed due to insufficient sampling frequency.
hypoglycemia 20770 with a third-order Box-Jenkins structure and fixed parameters, enhanced CGM performance, especially in hypoglycemia detection. Significant improvement in hypoglycemia detection was also obtained by the same authors in
hypoglycemia 20821 parameters, enhanced CGM performance, especially in hypoglycemia detection. Significant improvement in hypoglycemia detection was also obtained by the same authors in another study performed on 21 patients with T1D where

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