The scientific approach applied at mySugr, be it diabetology, algorithms or psychology, is aimed at improving the lives of people with diabetes. Together with partners across the globe, we explore and communicate the impact of mySugr as well as new ways to make diabetes suck less.
In a retrospective data analysis of more than 450 high-risk T1D users the occurrence of low blood sugars significantly decreased. The LBGI (Low Blood Glucose Index), which indicates how often and severe low blood glucose events appear, was reduced by 17,4% after 6 months¹.
The effect of continuous documentation with the mySugr app was analyzed through a retrospective real world data analysis, where the anonymized data of 440 active T1D users was observed. After only one month, the estimated HbA1c dropped from an average of 9% to 7,8%. After six months, the estimated HbA1c decreased to 7,7%².
We explored real-world changes in blood glucose parameters in a randomly selected population of mySugr Bundle users in the US. Our restrospective data analysis indicated significant improvements in mean blood glucose (-10.4%), tests in range (+8.5%) and eHbA1c (-0.4%) only two months after initiation of the mySugr Bundle. Additionally, significant improvements in adherence were observed with the user's logging frequency increased by 17,5%³.
Medical Value Lead