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Table 3 Comparison of cases with maximum and minimum blood sugar values of the study groups

From: Effects of intermittently scanned continuous glucose monitoring on blood glucose control and the production of urinary ketone bodies in pregestational diabetes mellitus

Control group (n = 60) isCGM group (n = 64)
Minimum values at 0 clock, n (%) 5 (8.3) Minimum values during 0:00–2:59, n (%) 20 (31.2)
Maximum values at 0 clock, n (%) 3 (5.0) Maximum values during 0:00–2:59, n (%) 0 (0)
Minimum values before breakfast, n (%) 14 (23.3) Minimum values during 3:00–5:59, n (%) 17 (26.6)
Maximum values before breakfast, n (%) 0 (0) Maximum values during 3:00–5:59, n (%) 0 (0)
Minimum values after breakfast, n (%) 2 (3.3) Minimum values during 6:00–8:59, n (%) 2 (3.12)
Maximum values after breakfast, n (%) 14 (23.3) Maximum values during 6:00–8:59, n (%) 26 (40.6)
Minimum values before lunch, n (%) 24 (40.0) Minimum values during 9:00–11:59, n (%) 8 (12.5)
Maximum values before lunch, n (%) 0 (0) Maximum values during 9:00–11:59, n (%) 12 (18.7)
Minimum values after lunch, n (%) 2 (3.3) Minimum values during 12:00–14:59, n (%) 3 (4.68)
Maximum values after lunch, n (%) 24 (40) Maximum values during 12:00–14:59, n (%) 7 (11.0)
Minimum values before dinner, n (%) 7 (11.7) Minimum values during 15:00–17:59, n (%) 8 (12.5)
Maximum values before dinner, n (%) 0 (0) Maximum values during 15:00–17:59, n (%) 12 (18.7)
Minimum values after dinner, n (%) 1 (1.7) Minimum values during 18:00–20:59, n (%) 3 (4.68)
Maximum values after dinner, n (%) 17 (28.3) Maximum values during 18:00–20:59, n (%) 7 (11.0)
Minimum values before sleeping, n (%) 5 (8.3) Minimum values during 21:00–23:59, n (%) 3 (4.68)
Maximum values before sleeping, n (%) 2 (3.3) Maximum values during 21:00–23:59, n (%) 0 (0)