GlycoMark Updates for Healthcare Professionals Caring for Patients with Diabetes
SGLT-2 Inhibitors and the GlycoMark Test Issue 19 - July 2019
New Glycomark clinical data.
Dear Healthcare Professionals,

For patients you prescribe SGLT-2 inhibitors, new data presented at the ADA suggest the GlycoMark® Test is useful to assess the treatment effect.

Patients not compliant with an SGLT-2 inhibitor had an average GlycoMark result of 6.4 μg/mL.
Patients treated with an SGLT-2 inhibitor had GlycoMark results ≤2 μg/mL (extremely low).
SGLT-2 inhibitors lower glucose levels in patients with diabetes by preventing the kidneys from reabsorbing glucose, triggering glycosuria.

The GlycoMark Test, a measure of 1,5-anhydroglucitol (1,5-AG), is highly sensitive to glycosuria and is used to detect recent hyperglycemia and hyperglycemic excursions. (Abnormal <10 μg/mL).

Include GlycoMark in your patient lab workup to enhance the patient’s evaluation and management of their diabetes.

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The GlycoMark test complements other tests for diabetes for a more complete assessment of glycemic control. The GlycoMark test can help you identify recent hyperglycemia and hyperglycemic excursions
How to Order the GlycoMark Test:
LabFinder The GlycoMark test is available through numerous national and regional laboratories, and through LabFinder®. Contact your preferred laboratory for information or download the NEW GlycoMark Test Ordering Guide to identify a laboratory and corresponding test codes.

The GlycoMark Test is reimbursed by most federal, state and private payers, CPT 84378.

To order test kits for your laboratory, please refer to our online resources and contact us! We are happy to help support you in setting up the test on any open channel chemistry platform.
Subsequent to incorporating the GlycoMark test into clinical practice, Dr. Fereidouni became a paid clinical consultant of GlycoMark.

The Mark newsletter is distributed to healthcare professionals that treat and manage patients with diabetes, and contains the latest updates and important references for the GlycoMark test. This is a complimentary publication provided through the generous support of GlycoMark, Inc

The information contained herein is not medical, diagnostic or treatment advice for any particular patient. Physicians should use their clinical judgment and experience when deciding how to diagnose and treat patients and in the use of the GlycoMark test in the treatment of the patient. Please refer to the GlycoMark product insert for more information.

The GlycoMark test is FDA cleared for professional use to provide quantitative measurement of 1,5-anhydroglucitol (1,5-AG) in serum or plasma. The GlycoMark test is intended for intermediate-term monitoring of glycemic control in patients with diabetes. It is not intended to be used to diagnose disease or identify patients that will experience complications of diabetes or the likelihood of experiencing complications.

The information above contains general reimbursement information only and is not legal advice, nor is it advice about how to code, complete, or submit any claim for payment. Providers have the ultimate responsibility for all aspects of coding and billing.

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