• Time in Range: A Measure of Glycemic Control

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    Dr. Pam Kushner and Dr. Stephen Brunton use a patient case study to discuss the benefits of using time in ranges (TIRs) to assess glycemic control. In this video, they:

    • Review the metrics for assessing glycemic control, which include postprandial plasma glucose (PPG) and TIRs, and their link to A1C
    • Highlight TIRs as continuous glucose monitor (CGM)-derived metrics that provide actionable information for assessing glycemic control and focus the patient-physician conversation
    •  Demonstrate the potential of TIR as a useful tool to help patients and healthcare professionals guide diabetes management and treatment
    • Reference established guidelines and identify helpful resources and tips developed by diabetes care and education specialists 

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