Individualizing your Patient’s A1C Target

For Patients with Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes

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A1C Target for most patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes

Continue to answer the questions below for a patient specific A1C target recommendation

Patient specific A1C target recommendation

Patient specific A1C target recommendation

Patient specific A1C target recommendation

Patient specific A1C target recommendation

Patient specific A1C target recommendation

Patient specific A1C target recommendation

Patient specific A1C target recommendation

Patient specific A1C target recommendation

Avoid symptomatic hyper- or hypoglycemia; A1C not recommended.

 

What is the patient's age?

  yearsSubmit

Is the patient female or male?

Female Male

What type of diabetes does the patient have?

T1DM T2DM

Is the patient with diabetes pregnant or desiring pregnancy?

Yes No

How would you classify the patient's level of function? (See Ch 37: Fig 1. Clinical Frailty Scale)

Functionally independent
Functionally dependent
Frail or demented
End of life

Which of the following therapies is the patient with diabetes on?

Insulin
Sulfonylurea (or meglitinide)
Neither or not applicable

Does the patient with diabetes have recurrent episodes of severe hypoglycemia or hypoglycemic unawareness?

Yes No
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