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Time in range
Is this the new gold standard?

Exploring the role of technology and modern insulins for improving glycaemic control in diabetes

*CGM-based targets for adults with type 1 and type 2 diabetes who are not pregnant, not older, or at risk
†Readings >13.9 mmol/L are also included
‡Readings <3.0 mmol/L are also included
This visual was adapted from Battelino T et al (2019) Diabetes Care 42:1593–603

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Time in range
Is this the new gold standard?

Developments in modern insulins and improvements in flash glucose monitoring technology in diabetes have improved the time that glucose levels remain within target range.

This on demand video features a clinical discussion hosted by Dr Fiona Campbell,  Consultant Paediatrician and Diabetologist and Prof Ramzi Ajjan, Professor of Metabolic Medicine both based at The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. They will explore how technology can facilitate the use of modern insulins to improve glycaemic control and discuss how devices and medicine can be combined to improve the quality of life for individuals with diabetes.

Speakers

Dr Fiona Campbell

Consultant Paediatrician and Diabetologist,
The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Fiona Campbell has been a Consultant in Paediatric Diabetes for 24 years. She is Associate Medical Director at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, responsible for Children and Young People’s Services, and Trust-wide Clinical Lead for Transition. Clinically, Dr Campbell leads a large diabetes service at Leeds Children’s Hospital, Leeds, caring for patients aged between 0 and 20 years. She has been Chair of the National Children and Young Peoples Diabetes Network in England and Wales, and a member of the National Paediatric Diabetes Audit Project Board for the last 7 years. Internationally, Dr Campbell is a member of the International Society for Paediatric and Adolescent Diabetes and is currently serving her second 3-year term of office on the Council of Healthcare Professionals at Diabetes UK, ensuring that the interests of children and young people living with diabetes are addressed. Most recently Dr Campbell has taken on the role of Diabetes Officer at British Society of Paediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes.

Prof Ramzi Ajjan

Professor of Metabolic Medicine,
The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Ramzi Ajjan is Professor of Metabolic Medicine and Honorary Consultant in Diabetes and Endocrinology at Leeds University and Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust. He obtained his PhD from the University of Sheffield and completed his clinical training in Diabetes and Endocrinology at Leeds Teaching Hospitals. He runs a programme of basic, translational and clinical research studies with the collective aim of reducing vascular complications and improving quality of life in individuals with diabetes. He has authored over 150 publications including original articles, reviews and book chapters. His clinical practice concentrates on young adults with diabetes and older individuals at high risk of vascular disease.
He is local research and development lead for Diabetes/Endocrinology and regional clinical research network co-lead for diabetes, endocrine and metabolic conditions. He is deputy Chair of the Clinical Study Group 2 at Diabetes UK, Associate Editor of Diabetes and Vascular Disease Research and member of the editorial board of International Journal of Molecular Sciences.

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