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Continuous Glucose Monitoring System

CGM system is Continuous Glucose Monitoring system. It essentially tracks glucose levels 24/7, every few minutes, through a tiny sensor attached either on your abdomen or arm, using an automatic inserter. The sensor measures your interstitial glucose level, which is the glucose level found in the fluid between the cell.

What is Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM)?

CGM stands for Continuous Glucose Monitoring. A CGM system essentially tracks glucose levels 24/7, every few minutes, through a tiny sensor placed either on your abdomen or arm, using an automatic inserter. The sensor measures your interstitial glucose level, which is the glucose level found in the fluid that surrounds the cells.

Is CGM for me?

CGM is especially beneficial for people who:

Have frequent low glucose levels

Want to reduce your HbA1C without increasing low events

Have high variability in your blood sugar levels

Can you tell which city this is?

If you can’t see the full picture, it can be difficult to make informed decisions. It's the same with your glucose levels.

What are the Benefits of CGM?

A CGM system gives you a better view of your glucose control

3 times

more users reached HbA1c level <7.5%2

14.5%

users increased
time spent in range3

*compared to MDI SMBG (multiple daily injection & self monitoring blood glucose)

What are the Benefits of CGM?

Always by your side

Through our WeCare Services, you have 24/7 access to our online education resources and product support specialists. We want to empower you with more confidence and comfort in the management of your diabetes therapy.

 

  1. Rodbard D. DIABETES TECHNOLOGY & THERAPEUTICS 2017;19(3):S25-S37
  2. Beck RW. et al. JAMA 2017;317(4):371-378.
  3. Ruedy KJ. et al. J Diabetes Sci Technol. 2017;11(6):1138-1146