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Table 1 Patient’s inclusion and non-inclusion criteria

From: Educ@dom: comparative study of the telemonitoring of patients with type 2 diabetes versus standard monitoring—study protocol for a randomized controlled study

Inclusion criteria
 Patient with type 2 diabetes
 Patient over 18 years of age
 Presenting blood glucose profile characterised by HbA1c levels ranging from >6.5 to 10%
 With and without insulin
 Having an internet connection at home
 Agreeing to the training methods and to hire and use the device
 Belonging to a social security system
 Having given his/her informed consent and having signed the consent form
Non-inclusion criteria
 Subject with reduced mobility
 Subject living in an institution
 Women wishing to have a baby, pregnancy, breast-feeding
 Person participating in another clinical trial
 Person placed under a legal protection system
 Serious disease of recent onset (<3 months) or decompensated disorder likely to affect the patient’s blood glucose management in the long term
 Confirmed haemoglobinopathy
 Visual, intellectual or physical impairment
 Inability to understand all or some of the software information
 Retinal status not permitting optimisation of blood glucose management
 Confirmed severe renal impairment (creatinine clearance <30 ml/min)
 Person with severe dietary disorders
 Person having undergone or about to undergo bariatric surgery
 Person with an implanted electronic medical device