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Although similarly correlated, the magnitude of the relationship between hypoglycemia, TIR, hyperglycemia, GV, and scan rate was unique to the Spanish (vs global) data. Particularly, GV was higher across all scan rates in Spain, and consequently, TIR was lower. Time in hypoglycemia in the lower scan rate groups, and hyperglycemia in the higher scan rate groups as well. These differences in glucometrics at the same scan rate seem to describe a different user profile. From a clinical point of view, the higher GV across all scan rates could explain associations seen in the other glucose metrics, and would indicate a trend towards more complex patients in Spain. The particular characteristics of the market and reimbursement policy in Spain when the data were obtained could be a driver for the selection of users. The flash glucose monitoring system was initially reimbursed during the last months of the period studied, only in some regions, and limited to children with type 1 diabetes under 18 years of age. In contrast, the flash monitoring system during this time had full or partial reimbursement in 33 countries for both adults and children, typically for those requiring multiple daily injections of insulin. We can speculate that in a mostly subsidized market, the majority of paid out-of-pocket use would be by patients with poor blood glucose control or patients at a high risk for hypoglycemia, understanding that hypoglycemia risk reduction can be seen as the most valuable benefit from CGM. The worldwide data were predominantly obtained from countries with broader reimbursed access for a longer period of time. These results, besides the extremely low SMBG use when CGM is initiated, support a broader replacement of SMBG in patients with less complex diabetes mellitus. Patient education may be beneficial in countries like Spain to optimize the advantages of flash glucose monitoring. Additional healthcare resources would be required to robustly provide this support.
We recognise that this study has some limitations. This is not an incident cohort in the truest sense. However, detailed studies in 1985 and 2005 used a wide range of sources to identify all prevalent cases of MS, including those who had only one clinical attack.14 40 All cases identified since 2002 have had prospective data collection, although individuals with a clinically isolated syndrome (CIS) have not been serially imaged over the entire duration of the follow-up. We, therefore, accept that a small number of individuals with CIS may have achieved late radiological evidence of dissemination in time in the absence of a second clinical attack after 15 years of follow-up.41 It is also possible that some individuals with mild attacks may not have sought medical attention, which may lead to underestimation of the prevalence of benign MS. The 60 participants who underwent detailed clinical assessment did not differ significantly from the 140 individuals who did not, according to several domains known to influence outcome, but it remains possible that the groups may have differed according to an untested domain. When developing our definition of truly benign MS, we selected domains that are well recognised to be of relevance and importance to individuals with MS but recognise that weighting the relative importance of different domains is problematic. It is impossible to exclude an effect of comorbidity on generic symptoms such as depression or fatigue, although our data suggest that comorbidity is not the primary driver of fatigue or depression in this cohort.