Therapy patterns were examined across various subgroups during the first 6-months of this 3 year prospective longitudinal study (LANDMARC; CTRI/2017/05/008452). During the observational period investigators were free to modify treatment in adults with T2D controlled/uncontrolled on ≥2 antihyperglycemic medications. Treatment patterns were analyzed using descriptive statistics and paired t-test. From baseline to 6-months (visit 2 [V2]), glycemic parameters analyzed for 5703 subjects improved significantly (p<0.001) across all treatment types (Table). This improvement was more evident in the insulin subgroup vs. insulin naïve subgroup (p<0.0001). No difference (p=0.7746) in mean A1C values of those receiving >3 OADs vs. ≤3 OADs was noted in insulin naïve subgroup. Notably, in participants receiving insulin along with OADs, PPG improved more in basal vs. premix regimen (p=0.0024). Overall, insulin regimen was more effective than OADs. Intensification of treatment with >3 OADs may not be effective in improving glycemic parameters. In real-world setting, adding basal insulin may be more effective than premix.
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