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Dexcom G6 Sensor

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Price: $314.00

If purchasing with insurance, out of pocket costs are subject to verification of insurance and eligibility. Our representatives will work with your insurance company to determine coverage and will bill your insurance or Medicare directly. If there are out-of-pocket costs (ex. co-pays or deductibles), we will contact you prior to shipping your order.
Cash/Credit-only price is a discounted rate for customers purchasing without insurance coverage. 

Dexcom G6 Transmitter

Description

Among the most vital components of the Dexcom G6 CGM System is its wireless transmitter. This device collects Dexcom G6 sensor readings and sends them to a user’s receiver or smart device. If you need a Dexcom acement transmitter, this product is what you’re looking for!

Features

  • Attaches to the top of Dexcom G6 sensors
  • Wirelessly sends data to compatible display devices
  • A vital part of the Dexcom G6 CGM System

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Dexcom G6 transmitters work in tandem with Dexcom G6 sensors to keep you informed of your glucose levels. If you’re running low on sensors, US MED can help you restock! (And if you haven’t started using the Dexcom G6 CGM System at all, we can assist you with that, too.)

Specifications

Compatibility: Works with Dexcom G6 CGM System; not compatible with previous-generation Dexcom systems
Dimensions: 4.57 cm (L) x 3.05 cm (W) x 1.52 cm (H)
Moisture Protection: IP28 (temporary submersion)
Operating Temperature: 50°F – 107.6°F
Weight: 28.35 grams (sensor included)

Directions

The “Product Guides” section of Dexcom’s official website contains valuable information on using all components of the Dexcom G6 CGM System, including transmitters.

DISCLAIMER: People using products sold by US MED should always refer to the directions provided by a product’s manufacturer for usage information.

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