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ADRRAcceptor/Donor Radioactivity Ratio
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(viii) ADRR (Average Daily Risk Range) [27]: it is the sum of LBGI and HBGI, calculated with the minimum and the maximum glucose value, respectively.
GRADE and M-VALUE showed that vildagliptin increased the glucose values near the respective target value, that is, 5.0 and 6.7 mmol/L (again, lower values compared to placebo); the higher value of LBGI and the lower value of HBGI consistently confirmed the glucose lowering effect of vildagliptin, also further confirmed by ADRR. The indices of glycemic variability consistently showed an improvement of the glycemic condition with vildagliptin, with values that were all significantly reduced, except for the interquartile range, where the difference did not reach statistical significance.
Furthermore, other indices focus on euglycemia (percentage in target) and, finally, other indices combine these three facets of the glycemic condition (glucose mean and median, GRADE, M-VALUE, IGC, and ADRR).