- •Continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) can help identify and manage dysglycemia.
- •Patients who do not meet traditional criteria for CGM use may benefit.
- •Real-time glucose data can motivate lifestyle and dietary changes in some users.
- •CGM is a useful tool in the primary care setting for the assessment and treatment of patients with prediabetes and those with dysglycemia but no known diabetes.
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Funding: Paul Kapsar received an unrestricted equipment grant from Dexcom.
Conflicts of Interest: Paul Kapsar is the owner of SilverArc APN, a primary care practice in Las Vegas, NV. Christy Chao and Tomas Walker are employees of Dexcom.