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Dexcom G6

Dexcom G6 – The future of Continuous Glucose Monitoring is here

G6 Continuous Glucose Monitoring System

Make diabetes treatment decisions with zero fingersticks and no calibration*. Always know where your glucose number is headed with the new Dexcom G6 Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) System.

  • Simple auto-applicator
  • Customizable Alerts & Alarms
  • Acetaminophen blocking
  • Share Your Data
  • Indicated for 2 Years and Older
  • 10-day sensor wear

*If your glucose alerts and readings from the G6 do not match symptoms or expectations, use a blood glucose meter to make diabetes treatment decisions.

Features:

  • An easy-to-use sensor applicator with one button insertion.
  • Set your range and get notified when you’re heading high or low.
  • Accurate glucose readings even when taking acetaminophen.**
  • Share your glucose data with up to 10 followers.†
  • The only provider of CGM systems indicated for children ages 2 years and older.
  • The slim, water resistant sensor‡ is discreet and easy to insert.

*Smart device not included

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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