Table 1

Baseline and follow-up characteristics of individuals initiated on CGM in the first month of diabetes diagnosis (n = 41)

Age at onset, years9.7 ± 4.1
Sex
 Male23 (56)
 Female18 (44)
Insurance type
 Public4 (10)
 Private37 (90)
Race
 Non-Hispanic white17 (41)
 Hispanic4 (10)
 Asian and Pacific Islander5 (12)
 Alaskan Native or American Native0 (0)
 Other5 (12)
 Unknown10 (24)
Primary language
 English38 (93)
 Spanish2 (5)
 Other1 (2)
Diabetic ketoacidosis at onset20 (49)
Outpatient education20 (49)
Education at Stanford37 (90)
HbA1c at onset, % (mmol/mol)12.2 ± 1.8 (110)
Days to CGM start9.0 ± 8.8
Days to most recent visit94.1 + 64.3
Continuing to use CGM38 (93)
Days worn over the last 2 weeks (n = 27)*13.2 + 2.3
Mean HbA1c, % (mmol/mol) (n = 32)7.2 + 1.0 (55)
TIR, % (n = 38)69.6 + 18.9
Time in hypoglycemia, % (n = 38)3.4 + 3.9
Time in hyperglycemia, % (n = 38)26.7 + 18.9
  • Data are n (%) or mean ± SD.

  • * Data were based only on patients with a scanned report in the medical record or with the data available in the Clarity portal.

  • Most recent visit for six youth was within the first month of diagnosis.