JR is 19 years old with type 1 diabetes and uses a continuous glucose monitor and insulin pump to manage their diabetes. For the past few months, JRs’ ambulatory glucose profile (AGP) indicates that JR runs above 80% time in range and less than 2% low and 1% very low. JRs’ most recent A1c was 6.1%.
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