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Interim position on Blood Glucose Monitoring agreed at the Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes Area Prescribing Committee, May 2022

BLMK APC supports the implementation of the NICE Guidelines relating to blood glucose monitoring in the treatment of diabetes accepting that the speed of implementation may be affected by information still awaited (real time Continuous Glucose Monitoring costs {rtCGM} and new products coming to market) and affordability across the Integrated Care System (ICS).

No change in practice is currently recommended pending ongoing discussions with specialist teams, clarification of CGM costs/information on new products and clarification of the BLMK ICS funding position.

Bedfordshire and Luton Guidelines and other Documents:

Blood Glucose Monitors and Testing Strips
Flash Glucose Monitoring System advice (FAQs) (Bedfordshire CCG and Luton CCG )
Flash Glucose Monitoring System Continuation request from Specialist Team to General Practitioner letter template (POST 6 MONTH REVIEW)
Flash Glucose Monitoring System Discontinuation request from Specialist Team to General Practitioner letter template (STOPPING FGMS)
Flash Glucose Monitoring System patient agreement (Beds and Luton CCG)
Flash Glucose Monitoring System Initiation request from Specialist Team to General Practitioner letter template (NEW PATIENTS)
Guidelines on self-monitoring of blood glucose (SMBG) in non-insulin treated Type 2 diabetic patients for maintaining glycaemic control

Milton Keynes Guidelines and other Documents:

Quick Guide to reviewing Blood Glucose Monitors (Updated Sept 2019)- Milton Keynes CCG
Formulary pages for documents pertaining to Milton Keynes: MK Formulary

If the papers you require are not here, please contact the Medicines Management Team:
bedccg.bedsmeds@nhs.net or 01525 624 375

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