What is Time in Range?

The percentage of time that glucose levels are in low, target, and high ranges. The following are recommended ranges from an international consensus. Dexcom Clarity ranges may be different than Dexcom CGM alerts. Changes made in Dexcom Clarity apply only to Dexcom Clarity.
The following are recommended ranges from an international consensus:
  • Target Range: 70-180 mg/dL
  • Very High: Above 250 mg/dL
  • Very Low: Below 54 mg/dL
Learn more about Time in Range at dexcom.com/inrange

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