Ambulatory glucose profile (AGP): utility in UK clinical practice

@inproceedings{Evans2017AmbulatoryGP,
  title={Ambulatory glucose profile (AGP): utility in UK clinical practice},
  author={M. Evans and I. Cranston and C. Bailey},
  year={2017}
}
Glycaemic variability may contribute to the pathophysiology of diabetes complications independently of the average level of blood glucose and increases the barriers to achieving such mean goals as well as the risk of hypoglycaemia. [...] Key Method The AGP collates and presents several days of glucose records in a single projection, presenting a visual trace for the median glucose level, with its 25–75th and 10–90th percentiles, according to a ‘modal’ day. In this way, the AGP provides a straightforward and…Expand
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