Comparing two groups from lowest to highest scan rate8, patients who scanned more frequently using the FreeStyle Libre system spent 43% more Time In Range.
Frequent use of the FreeStyle Libre system also resulted in patients spending 26% less Time Below Range (<3.0 mmol/L)5
Increased testing frequency is sustained over time with the FreeStyle Libre system.9
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7. From baseline 67.2 mmol/mol HbA1c across the entire study population.
8. Comparing 2 groups from lowest to highest scan rate (3.6 and 39.5 scans/day).
9. Jangam S, Dunn T, Xu Y, Hayter G, Ajjan R. Flash glucose monitoring improves glycemia in higher-risk patients: a longitudinal, observational study under real-life settings. BMJOpen Diab Res Care 2019;7:e000611. DOl:10.1136/bmjdrc-2018-000611.
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