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Understanding And Acting On CGM Data

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Approaching CGM data in a systematic manner helps synthesize the information more efficiently.

Written By: ADCES staff. Supported by Abbott.

Continuous glucose monitors generate a significant amount of actionable glucose data that aids the clinician and person with diabetes in determining adjustments in their treatment plan. Approaching the data in a systematic manner helps synthesize the information more efficiently. International consensus recommendations were created to guide clinicians and people with diabetes to collaboratively assess clinical targets and outcomes.


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