DELIVER - High Risk study compared long-term clinical outcomes for patients with T2D and high hypoglycemia risk on first-generation BIs who were switched to Gla-300 or other first-generation BIs (other switchers). Electronic medical record data from the PHIE database were used. Eligible patients (age >18 years) had ≥1 criterion for high hypoglycemia risk (age >64 years; basal-bolus insulin use; renal impairment; uncontrolled baseline A1C; sulfonylurea use; atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease; history indicating high risk, including ≥1 severe hypoglycemic episode (prior 12 months). Endpoints were A1C reduction from baseline to 9-12 months, attainment of A1C goals (<7.0%; <8.0%), and hypoglycemia (based on ICD-9-CM codes or blood glucose ≤70 mg/dL) at 12 months. In a propensity score-matched comparison of Gla-300 vs. other switchers (Table), mean A1C reduction from baseline and attainment of A1C goals were comparable. Significantly fewer Gla-300 vs. other switchers experienced inpatient/ED-related hypoglycemia. For T2D patients at high hypoglycemia risk in a real-world setting, Gla-300 was associated with a significantly lower risk of hypoglycemia than switching to other BIs, 1 year after switching, while delivering similar glycemic control.


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