About AGP - the Single Page Report for Everyone

The Ambulatory Glucose Profile Report (AGP) is a standardized, single page glucose report.

It includes summary statistics, a glucose profile graph and glucose daily calendar graphs. Just like an EKG, the AGP offers a report that is consistent regardless of device. No more searching for the numbers, printing pages of reports, or different reports for each patient and separate device.

Graphs help translate the numbers into a picture for easy, quick interpretation. Using a single report leaves more visit time for shared decision-making discussions. The AGP report helps patients, families and clinicians use the data.

CGM v5.0

SMBG v5.0

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"AGP Report, I understand my results more completely...This report is especially important to me and my doc...
Thank you for your contribution to diabetes management."-Patient

"It is organized and easy to understand."-Patient

History of the AGP


  • AGP is included in the ADA's Standards of Care recommendation 6.4 for glucose assessment, "standardized, single-page reports with visual cues such as the Ambulatory Glucose Profiles (AGP) should be considered as a standard printout for all CGM devices."
  • 2018

  • International Diabetes Center (IDC) receives AGP patent for CGM + Traditional Insulin Pump design, other patents pending
  • 2017

  • International Diabetes Center (IDC) receives first AGP patent for CGM design, other patents pending
  • AACE endorses AGP
  • 2016

  • International Diabetes Center (IDC) released AGP v3.2 for SMBG, CGM, Pump + CGM
  • Abbott released in their FreeStyle Libre CGM with AGP graph in the U.S.
  • 2015

  • Diasend was the first diabetes data aggregator software company to license AGP
  • 2014

  • Abbott released the first device with an AGP graph in Europe, the FreeStyle Libre CGM
  • Drs. Mullen and Bergenstal began a study of the AGP in patient clinics funded by the Helmsley Charitable Trust. This study found that patients, families and clinicians prefer the AGP over other reports and find it to be more useful; a standard download process creating AGP reports could save 4-19 minutes per patient visit.
  • 2013

  • Consensus view SMBG and CGM Reports, built from expert panel suggestions, were published in the two leading diabetes technology journals. The AGP report now had three sections: standardized glucose metrics, a summary glucose graph, & daily views
  • Sursumcorda & Thoughtworks under the guidance of long time IDC technical consultant, Dave Wesley, created AGP version 3.01, the CaptūrAGP® software
  • 2012

  • Through a Helmsley Charitable Trust grant, International Diabetes Center (IDC) brought together a group of diabetes experts to discuss the necessary data required in a standardized glucose report
  • 2008

  • International Diabetes Center (IDC) suggested the AGP as a standardized glucose report
  • Abbott Diabetes Care licensed the first set of AGP technical specifications
  • 1988 - 2008

  • Drs. Bergenstal, Mazze, and Cuddihy along with Ellie Strock, ANP, and David Wesley (Sursumcorda) developed the AGP version 2.5 Excel-based tool for clinical trials. This was the first time the AGP included both statistics and a profile graph.
  • 1988

  • Dr. Roger Mazze brought the AGP profile graph with him to the International Diabetes Center (IDC)
  • 1987

  • Drs. Mazze, Lucido, Langer, Hartmann & Rodbard developed the first AGP glucose graph