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  • stormdcb@wxs.nl schreef:

    now how to use in practice different from usual methods?

    • S. van Eeghen (Alkmaar) schreef:

      Thank you for your question. This is a very easy method you get a snapshot of the profile of all your diabetes type 1 patients in a hospital. The CTcue method does not only select the coded diagnosis and parameters, but also the diagnosis and parameters in the text. Is this an answer to your question?

  • S. van Eeghen (Alkmaar) schreef:

    This is a very easy method you get a snapshot of the profile of all your diabetes type 1 patients in a hospital. The CTcue method does not only select the coded diagnosis and parameters, but also the diagnosis and parameters in the text. Is this an answer to your question?

  • Judithvanniel schreef:

    Very nice study! Ct cue seems to help with data extraction from hospital information systems.
    Might not bethe difference in outcome for HbA1c be as a result of bias from indication: f.e women who want to get pregnant and patients with hypo-unawareness, since we know that these are the main indications for RT-CGM?
    Was there a difference between males and females?

    • S. van Eeghen (Alkmaar) schreef:

      Thank you! Yes, we cannot compare the different outcomes between the different types of glucose monitoring used, because there is indeed indication bias. Overall, as you can see in the slides; 28,9% of the men and 24,6% of the women reached an HbA1c of 53 or lower. Is this an answer to your question?

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