JR is 53 yrs old with type 2 diabetes, BMI of 24.3 and is recovering from a COVID infection. In addition to metformin, a SGLT-2i and a weekly GLP-1 RA, JR is on daily prednisone. Morning blood glucose levels are in the low 100’s, lunch and dinner blood glucose levels are in the 250-300 range.
Which of the following is the best treatment intervention to get lunch and dinner blood glucose levels to goal?
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