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Dexcom G5 – Mobile Continuous Glucose Monitoring System

Dexcom G5 – Mobile Continuous Glucose Monitoring System

Dexcom G5 Mobile is the first fully mobile Continuous Glucose Monitoring system that sends glucose data directly to a smartphone for real-time glucose management.

  • Data is view-able on compatible Smart devices or Dexcom G5 receiver
  • Wireless transmission of glucose data every 5 minutes to connected devices
  • Share all readings & trends with up to 5 people
  • Provide context around readings with ability to add food, exercise, & health data
  • Approved for ages 2 and older
  • Trending graphs show high/low predictions right on your pump or connected device

*Smart device not included


  • Sensor Life: 7 days
  • Angle Insertion: 45 degrees
  • Sensor Gauge: 26 (needle)
  • Receiver Size: 4″ x 1.8″ x 0.5″
  • Directional Trend Displays
  • Displays every 5 minutes
  • Ages 2 years and older approved
  • Customizable Alarms for High & Low Settings
  • Alarms for Hypoglycemia
  • Range of Receiver to Transmitter or Smart Device: 20 ft
  • Battery Life for 3 months
  • Transmitter Size: 1.5″ x 0.9″ x 0.5″
  • Water Resistant Sensor and Transmitter: Yes, 8 ft. for 24 hrs.
  • Download Capability through Auto download from Smart Device or USB

Exceptional accuracy and precision.

The continuous glucose monitoring sensors are designed to successfully manage diabetes
by providing a consistent and accurate monitoring of your glucose level.

Key benefits:

• Know the direction your glucose levels are going.

• Get notified of your lows and highs throughout the day or while you are sleeping.

• See how food, physical activity, and medications affect your glucose levels.

Our diabetes specialists are available to help you learn more about CGMs.

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