FreeStyle Libre 2 System
- Now with optional, real-time glucose alarms+ that notify you if you go too low or too high
- Unsurpassed 14 day accuracy(1) for adults and children with diabetes (ages 4 and older)
- No confirmatory fingersticks* required for insulin dosing - even when glucose is low, falling, or rapidly changing(1)
- A painless(3,#) 1-second scan instead of fingersticks*
* Fingersticks are required if your glucose alarms and readings do not match symptoms or when you see Check Blood Glucose symbol during the first 12 hours.
+ Notifications will only be received when alarms are turned on and the sensor is within 20 feet of the reading device.
# Data from this study was collected with the outside US version of the FreeStyle Libre 14 day system. FreeStyle Libre 2 has the same features as FreeStyle Libre 14 day system with optional real-time glucose alarms. Therefore the study data is applicable to both products.
1 FreeStyle Libre 2 User’s Manual.
3 Haak T, et al. Flash glucose-sensing technology as a replacement for blood glucose monitoring for the management of insulin-treated type 2 diabetes: a multicentre, open-label randomized controlled trial. Diabetes Ther. 2017;8(1):55-73.
For more information on the FreeStyle Libre 2 System, visit freestylelibre.us.
The FreeStyle Libre 2 Flash Glucose Monitoring System is a continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) device with real-time alarms capability indicated for the management of diabetes in persons age 4 and older.**
WARNINGS/LIMITATIONS**: The System must not be used with automated insulin dosing (AID) systems, including closed-loop and insulin suspend systems. Remove the sensor before MRI, CT scan, X-ray, or diathermy treatment. Do not take high doses of vitamin C (more than 500 mg per day), as this may falsely raise your Sensor readings. Failure to use the System according to the instructions for use may result in missing a severe low blood glucose or high blood glucose event and/or making a treatment decision that may result in injury. If glucose alarms and readings from the System do not match symptoms or expectations, use a fingerstick blood glucose value to make diabetes treatment decisions. Seek medical attention when appropriate and contact Abbott toll-free 855-632-8658 or visit ** www.FreeStyleLibre.us for detailed indications for use and safety information.
**Please refer to www.FreeStyleLibre.us for the indications and important safety information.
The circular shape of the sensor housing, FreeStyle, Libre, and related brand marks are marks of Abbott. ©2020 Abbott. ADC-28255 v1.0 11/20
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Medicaid es un programa de asistencia. Atiende a personas de bajos ingresos de distintas edades. Las facturas médicas se pagan con fondos procedentes de los impuestos federales, estatales y locales. Los pacientes suelen pagar poco o nada por los gastos médicos cubiertos, aunque a veces se exige un pequeño copago. Medicaid es un programa federal-estatal. Lo gestionan los gobiernos estatales y locales dentro de las directrices federales, por lo que varía de un estado a otro.