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Time in Range (TIR) is the percentage of time that a person spends with their blood glucose levels in the target range, usually between 70 and 180 mg/dl.

GMI provides an estimated A1C level based on continuous glucose monitoring data and can avoid some of the limitations of A1C tests. A recent study compared actual A1C...
Cherise Shockley shares how she decided to switch from DIY Loop to Control-IQ, and what she learned along the way.
What does it mean to experience hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia? How can you recognize the symptoms of both, intervene early, and prevent serious episodes of high and low...
In this video on understanding your ambulatory glucose profile (AGP) report, pediatric endocrinologist, Dr. Amy Criego from the International Diabetes Center, uses real-...
Fitbit’s new glucose tracking feature allows users to log blood glucose meter data alongside activity, sleep, food, and more in the Fitbit app. Learn how your daily...
The American Diabetes Association recommends SGLT-2 inhibitors or GLP-1 agonists for people with heart and kidney problems, the use of Time in Range in diabetes...
Keeping glucose levels in a tight range is more important than ever during pregnancy. Dr. Sarit Polsky discusses glucose management and target glucose levels, as well as...
COVID-19 vaccines are being distributed in the United States and in many parts of the world. We’re here to answer questions for people with diabetes. Are the vaccines...
Average A1C values differ between racial and ethnic groups – people of color have a higher average A1C compared to white people. This is because someone’s A1C value...
Dr. Francine Kaufman breaks down what we need to know about avoiding hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia during and after exercise. She explains the recommendations and...
Tandem’s Control-IQ hybrid closed loop system will soon become the first automated delivery system available to people with type 1 diabetes in Canada
Diabetes affects more than 537 million people worldwide. Take time during National Diabetes Awareness Month to connect with the community; here are eight simple ways to...
Though A1C has long been used as the primary metric for evaluating someone’s estimated average blood sugar, the glucose management indicator (GMI) is an alternative that...
Dive into AGP if you haven’t already! In our third video on understanding your ambulatory glucose profile (AGP) report, Dr. Carlson from the International Diabetes...
Professor Simon Heller is known globally for his renowned research on hypoglycemia; hear his opinion on using Time in Range in diabetes management
Highlights from last week’s European Association for the Study of Diabetes’ (EASD) virtual 2020 conference included announcements on the Guardian Sensor 4 Continuous...
Professor Thomas Danne and Kelly Close, two leading voices in the beyond A1C movement, came together to discuss the value of time in range for people with diabetes and...
Chronic kidney disease is a major complication associated with diabetes that can lead to inaccurate A1C measurements. Here we explain why this is and what you can do to...
In part two of Dr. Bergenstal's video series on understanding your ambulatory glucose profile (AGP) report, he discusses how to use the information to help your diabetes...
What is an ambulatory glucose profile (AGP) report and what can it tell you? In this video, Dr. Rich Bergenstal from the International Diabetes Center explains the...

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