Skip to main content
Fig. 3 | BMC Medicine

Fig. 3

From: A retrospective database study of the demographic features and glycemic control of patients with type 2 diabetes in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo

Fig. 3

Probabilities and 95% confidence intervals for the achievement of glycemic control at specific time points by sex and age categories. This graph represents average marginal effects (the annual marginal predicted mean and 95% confidence interval) for achieving the glycemic target at specific time points over the years of the follow-up by sex and age category. In this representation, older individuals present a higher probability of achieving glycemic targets, particularly during the first years of the follow-up, while younger patients’ probability does not appear to change much with increasing time. Towards the end of follow-up, the probability was extremely low for all patients

Back to article page