AGP Reports

SMBG AGP Report (Self Monitoring Blood Glucose)

Glucose Statistics:
Dates & number of days in report
Average Tests per Day: Number of finger sticks, divided by days in report
Avg. Glucose (mean): All glucose values added together, divided by number of readings
GMI (glucose management indicator): Calculated from average glucose; estimates your future lab A1c
CV (Coefficient of Variation): How far apart (wide) glucose values are; ideally a low number
SD (Standard Deviation): How far values are from the average; ideally a low number


Time in Ranges:
- Time in Target: Ideally, glucose values are in target range
- Low/Very Low: Goal - few very low or low values; reducing lows will make you feel better
- High/Very High: Goal - few very high or high values; reducing highs will make your A1c lower over time

Glucose Profile: Daily glucose profiles are combined to make a one day (24-hour) picture. Ideally, lines stay within the grey shaded area (target range). Lines may not go all the way across, since you may not test every hour of the day.
Orange: median (middle) line where half of the glucose values are above and half are below; ideally, the orange line is mostly flat and inside the grey shaded area
Blue: area between blue lines shows 50% of the glucose values; ideally, space between is narrow
Green: 10% of values are above (90% top line) and 10% are below (10% bottom line); ideally, the closer the green lines are to the grey shaded area, the better


Daily Glucose Profiles: Each box is a single day's glucose pattern. If readings are:
- Above the shaded area (high); could make it harder to heal from infections and over time causes complications
- Below the shaded area (low); could make you feel shaky, weak or confused


CGM AGP Report (Continuous Glucose Monitor)

Glucose Statistics:
Dates & number of days in report
Percent Time CGM Active: Hours the CGM collected data, divided by number of hours in report
Avg. Glucose (mean): All glucose values added together, divided by number of readings
GMI (glucose management indicator): Calculated from average glucose; estimates your future lab A1c
CV (Coefficient of Variation): How far apart (wide) glucose values are; ideally a low number
SD (Standard Deviation): How far values are from the average; ideally a low number


Time in Ranges:
- Time in Target: Ideally, glucose values are in target range
- Low/Very Low: Goal - few very low or low values; reducing lows will make you feel better
- High/Very High: Goal - few very high or high values; reducing highs will make your A1c lower over time

Glucose Profile: Daily glucose profiles are combined to make a one day (24-hour) picture. Ideally, lines would stay within grey shaded area (target range)
Orange: median (middle) line where half of the glucose values are above and half are below; ideally, the orange line is mostly flat and inside the grey shaded area
Blue: area between blue lines shows 50% of the glucose values; ideally, space between is narrow
Green: 10% of values are above (90% top line) and 10% are below (10% bottom line); ideally, the closer the green lines are to the grey shaded area, the better

Daily Glucose Profiles: Each box is a single day's glucose pattern. If readings are:
- Above the shaded area (high); could make it harder to heal from infections and over time causes complications
- Below the shaded area (low); could make you feel shaky, weak or confused


PUMP + CGM AGP Report (Insulin Pump + Continuous Glucose Monitor)

Glucose Statistics:
Dates & number of days in report
Percent Time CGM Active: Hours the CGM collected data, divided by number of hours in report
Avg. Glucose (mean): All glucose values added together, divided by number of readings
GMI (glucose management indicator): Calculated from average glucose; estimates your future lab A1c
CV (Coefficient of Variation): How far apart (wide) glucose values are; ideally a low number
SD (Standard Deviation): How far values are from the average; ideally a low number


Time in Ranges:
- Time in Target: Ideally, glucose values are in target range
- Low/Very Low: Goal - few very low or low values; reducing lows will make you feel better
- High/Very High: Goal - few very high or high values; reducing highs will make your A1c lower over time

Glucose Profile: Daily glucose profiles are combined to make a one day (24-hour) picture. Ideally, lines would stay within grey shaded area (target range)
Orange: median (middle) line where half of the glucose values are above and half are below; ideally, the orange line is mostly flat and inside the grey shaded area
Blue: area between blue lines shows 50% of the glucose values; ideally, space between is narrow
Green: 10% of values are above (90% top line) and 10% are below (10% bottom line); ideally, the closer the green lines are to the grey shaded area, the better

Bolus Insulin Graph: Combines all bolus insulin doses into one graph to make a one day (24-hour) picture. Each box on the graph covers one hour of doses. The number in the circle above the hour is the number of dose graphed for that hour. The length of the blue box and the green whiskers show the spread of how much was taken in that hour.
Orange: median (middle) dot where half of the bolus doses are above and half are below
Blue: shaded box shows 50% of the bolus doses in the hour; length of the blue box shows how spread out the bolus doses were - a tall box means that there were small and large doses in the same hour, a short box means that most of the doses were the same amount
Green: lines above and below the shaded box (whiskers) show how many of the bolus doses per hour were between 75 - 90% (higher) and between 10 - 25% (lower)

Insulin Profile Graph: Shows your basal insulin pump settings over a 24-hour period; aligns with the bolus insulin graph below


CLOSED LOOP (Artificial Pancreas) PUMP + CGM AGP Report (Insulin Pump + Continuous Glucose Monitor)

Glucose Statistics:
Dates & number of days in report
Percent Time CGM Active: Hours the CGM collected data, divided by number of hours in report
Avg. Glucose (mean): All glucose values added together, divided by number of readings
GMI (glucose management indicator): Calculated from average glucose; estimates your future lab A1c
CV (Coefficient of Variation): How far apart (wide) glucose values are; ideally a low number
SD (Standard Deviation): How far values are from the average; ideally a low number


Time in Ranges:
- Time in Target: Ideally, glucose values are in target range
- Low/Very Low: Goal - few very low or low values; reducing lows will make you feel better
- High/Very High: Goal - few very high or high values; reducing highs will make your A1c lower over time

Glucose Profile: Daily glucose profiles are combined to make a one day (24-hour) picture. Ideally, lines stay within the grey shaded area (target range). Lines may not go all the way across, since you may not test every hour of the day.
Orange: median (middle) line where half of the glucose values are above and half are below; ideally, the orange line is mostly flat and inside the grey shaded area
Blue: area between blue lines shows 50% of the glucose values; ideally, space between is narrow
Green: 10% of values are above (90% top line) and 10% are below (10% bottom line); ideally, the closer the green lines are to the grey shaded area, the better

Bolus Insulin Graph: Combines all bolus insulin doses into one graph to make a one day (24-hour) picture. Each box on the graph covers one hour of doses. The number in the circle above the hour is the number of dose graphed for that hour. The length of the blue box and the green whiskers show the spread of how much was taken in that hour.
Orange: median (middle) dot where half of the bolus doses are above and half are below
Blue: shaded box shows 50% of the bolus doses in the hour; length of the blue box shows how spread out the bolus doses were - a tall box means that there were small and large doses in the same hour, a short box means that most of the doses were the same amount
Green: lines above and below the shaded box (whiskers) show how many of the bolus doses per hour were between 75 - 90% (higher) and between 10 - 25% (lower)

Insulin Profile Graph: Combines all insulin pump doses over the measurement period into a single 24 hour day; aligns with the bolus insulin graph below
Orange: median (middle) line where half of the insulin dosages are above and half are below
Blue: shaded area shows 50% of the insulin dosages in the hour; width of the blue box shows how spread out the insulin dosages were
Green: dashed lines above and below the blue shaded area show how many of the insulin dosages per hour were between 75 - 90% (higher) and between 10 - 25% (lower)