AGP Reports

SMBG AGP Report (Self Monitoring Blood Glucose)

Glucose Statistics: Metrics about your glucose data
Avg. Glucose (mean): All the glucose values added together, divided by number of readings
Estimated HbA1c: Calculated from the AGP glucose values; may differ from a lab A1c due to different time periods
Glucose Ranges: Ideally, glucose values are in target range
- Low/Very Low: Goal - no very low or low values; reducing lows will make you feel better
- High/Very High: Goal - no very high or high values; reducing highs will make your A1c lower over time
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

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: Metrics about your glucose data
Avg. Glucose (mean): All the glucose values added together, divided by number of readings
Estimated HbA1c: Calculated from the AGP glucose values; may differ from a lab A1c due to different time periods
Glucose Ranges: Ideally, glucose values are in target range
- Low/Very Low: Goal - no very low or low values; reducing lows will make you feel better
- High/Very High: Goal - no very high or high values; reducing highs will make your A1c lower over time
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

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: Metrics about your glucose data
Avg. Glucose (mean): All the glucose values added together, divided by number of readings
Estimated HbA1c: Calculated from the AGP glucose values; may differ from a lab A1c due to different time periods
Glucose Ranges: Ideally, glucose values are in target range
- Low/Very Low: Goal - no very low or low values; reducing lows will make you feel better
- High/Very High: Goal - no very high or high values; reducing highs will make your A1c lower over time
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

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

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

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 60 minutes of doses.
Orange: median (middle) dot where half of the bolus dosages are above and half are below
Blue: shaded box shows 50% of the bolus dosages in the hour; length of the blue box shows how spread out the bolus dosages were
Green: lines above and below the shaded box (whiskers) show how many of the bolus dosages per hour were between 75 - 90% (higher) and between 10 - 25% (lower)


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

Glucose Statistics: Metrics about your glucose data
Avg. Glucose (mean): All the glucose values added together, divided by number of readings
Estimated HbA1c: Calculated from the AGP glucose values; may differ from a lab A1c due to different time periods
Glucose Ranges: Ideally, glucose values are in target range
- Low/Very Low: Goal - no very low or low values; reducing lows will make you feel better
- High/Very High: Goal - no very high or high values; reducing highs will make your A1c lower over time
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

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

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)

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 60 minutes of doses.
Orange: median (middle) dot where half of the bolus dosages are above and half are below
Blue: shaded box shows 50% of the bolus dosages in the hour; length of the blue box shows how spread out the bolus dosages were
Green: lines above and below the shaded box (whiskers) show how many of the bolus dosages per hour were between 75 - 90% (higher) and between 10 - 25% (lower)