Proxima featured in the Clinical Services Journal

ICUs in north-west Europe have significant variability in glycaemic control practice

Calls To Tackle Variation In Glycaemic Control in April's Clinical Services Journal (Vol. 16 Issue 4).

The Clinical Services Journal reports on a study involving intensivists from 90 ICUs in north-west Europe has confirmed significant variability in glycaemic control practice.

"Since the landmark Leuven study in 2001, numerous studies have been published on the role of glycaemic control. The emerging picture is that while treating hyperglycaemia could be beneficial, normoglycaemic control carries a risk of unwanted hyperglycaemic injury through over control and can lead to marked variability in glucose levels, which is associated with poorer outcomes."

To read the full article pick up this month's edition of the Clinical Services Journal or access the online version here.

Proxima in the Clinical Services Journal for Glycaemic Control

Proxima blood gas analyser and glycaemic control practice

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