MS is 63, has type 1 diabetes, and will be having knee surgery. In addition to using an insulin pump and CGM to manage their type 1 diabetes, MS also takes empagliflozin (Jardiance) 25 mg daily to improve glucose levels.
In preparation for the upcoming surgery, which of the following is an accurate statement?
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