With a quick scan of the sensor, FreeStyle Libre shows you where your glucose levels have been, and where they are heading.
TIR is a measure of the time your glucose stays within the recommended range; the shaded area on your reader, known as Time in Target. Increasing your TIR will have a direct impact on reducing your HbA1c.4
Every 10% increase in TIR can lower A1c by 0.5–0.8%24
Every 5% increase in range has a positive impact on your glucose control4
Spending more TIR can reduce long-term health complications such as vision loss and kidney disease5
ʘComparing 2 groups from lowest to highest scan rate (3.6 and 39.5 scans/day), patients who scanned more frequently using the FreeStyle Libre systems spent 43% more Time in Range.
Abbreviations: A1c: glycated haemoglobin; CGM: continuous glucose monitoring; TIR: time in range.
References: 4. Battelino T, et al Diabetes Care. 2019;42(8):1593-1603. 5. Beck RW, et al. Diabetes Care 2019;42(3):400–405. 19. Lang J, et al. Diabetes 2019;68(Supplement_1):972-P. 24. Vigersky RA, et al. Diabetes Technol Ter 2019;21(2):81-85.
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