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Dexcom G6® CGM System

Knowledge is power ... and the Dexcom G6® Continuous Glucose Monitoring System displays continuous, real-time glucose readings and trends, without the need to manually prick a finger or scan a sensor!*
  • Factory calibrated to allow for zero fingersticks*
  • Custom alerts and alarms send notifications when glucose readings are too high or low
  • View real-time Dexcom G6® glucose data with a quick glance at your smart device
  • Slim, water-resistant, 10-day wear sensor is easily inserted with a one-touch applicator
  • Accurate glucose readings even when taking acetaminophen
  • Dexcom Follow App allows up to 5 followers to view data from their smart device
* Fingersticks are required to use a blood glucose meter for diabetes treatment decisions if glucose alerts and CGM readings do not match symptoms or expectations.

Specifications

  • Sensor Life: 10 days
  • Angle of G6 Sensor Insertion: 90 degrees, with simple, one-touch auto-applicator
  • Sensor Gauge: 26 (needle)
  • Receiver Size: 4.2″ x 2.5″ x 0.55″
  • Displays Directional Trends: Yes
  • Displays Glucose Numbers: Yes
  • Approved Age Range: 2 years and older
  • Custom Alarms for High & Low Settings: Yes
  • Alarms for Hypoglycemia: Yes
  • Range of Receiver to Transmitter or Smart Device: 20 ft.
  • Transmitter Battery Life: 3 months
  • Transmitter Size: 1.8″ x 1.2″ x 0.6″
  • Water Resistant Sensor and Transmitter: Yes, 8 ft. for 24 hrs.
  • Download Capability: Auto download from smart device; USB download from receiver; Dexcom Clarity® software for smartphone or computer makes viewing and sharing data easy!
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