Spot trends and proactively manage your diabetes with scan-free CGM from Dexcom
If you’re managing your diabetes with a blood glucose meter (BGM), you may think you have everything under control. But BGM only provides information about a single moment in time, leaving you without the ability to identify trends that can help you improve your “time in range” — the time you spend in your ideal blood glucose range. The more time you spend in range — and the fewer highs and lows you have — the healthier you are! But with continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) from Dexcom, you’ll be able to see the full picture. The Dexcom G6 CGM system takes glucose monitoring to the next level with continuous, scan-free glucose checks and can even alert you when your levels go too low or too high!
Dexcom G6 CGM provides users with information that minimizes the guesswork and lets you live your best life! Dexcom G6 CGM system:
• Generates up to 288 readings per day
• Provides data trend analysis
• Reduces A1C1,2
• Requires no routine fingersticks*
Unlike BGM, the Dexcom G6 CGM system empowers you with real-time, dynamic glucose information every 5 minutes — all without scanning! With valuable insight like that, you can improve your time in range and reduce the highs and lows that are sometimes hard to see with BGM alone. Click the link below to learn more about Dexcom and apply for your own Dexcom G6 system today!
This post is sponsored by Dexcom.
*For the Dexcom G6, if your glucose alerts and readings from your CGM do not match symptoms or expectations, use a blood glucose meter to make your diabetes treatment decisions. Please see the indications for use for all other CGM systems to understand the important safety information.
1 JAMA (2017); 317(4): 317-378. 2 Welsh, J.B. et al (2019). “Accuracy, Utilization, and Effectiveness Comparisons of Different Continuous Glucose Monitoring Systems.” Diabetes Technol Ther 21(3)
BRIEF SAFETY STATEMENT
Failure to use the Dexcom G6 Continous Glucose Monitor System (G6) and its components according to the instructions for use provided with the device and available at: https://www.dexcom.com/safety-information and to properly consider all indications, contradictions, warnings, precautions, and cautions in those instructions for use may result in you missing a severe hypoglycemia (low blood glucose) or hyperglycemia (high blood glucose) occurrence and/or making a treatment decision that may result in injury. If your glucose alerts and readings from your CGM do not match symptoms or expectations or you’re taking over the recommended maximum dosage amount of 1,000 mg of acetaminophen every 6 hours, use a blood glucose meter to make your diabetes treatment decisions. Seek medical advice and attention when appropriate, including for any medical emergency.