Fast Five Quiz: Type 2 Diabetes and Glucose Monitoring

Anne L. Peters, MD


December 20, 2022

TIR has been shown to be a useful metric of glycemic control. Further, previously published data strongly supports its reliability when identifying patients with elevated risk in type 2 diabetes.

In clinical studies, TIR correlated well with A1c. Further, TIR is a helpful consideration when evaluating a patient's treatment regimen. However, it has been associated with microvascular complications.

For most patients, a TIR of > 70% is recommended, per Hansen and colleagues.

Learn more about TIR in type 2 diabetes.


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