(1) Can someone link me to the study/article that indicates that 140 is the threshold for microvascular damage from high BG? I see this number thrown around a lot so I'd like to see where it comes from.
(2) Is there a threshold below 140 where microvascular damage still has a propensity to occur? I've seen some posts indicating that some people start to correct at 110, which I couldn't imagine doing, but is there anything to indicate that it might be smart to start correcting at a number lower than 140 assuming that number was completely stable (i.e. no food or bolus on board and perfectly stable basal)?