Continuous Glucose Monitoring Systems - Dexcom

What is Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM)?

Unlike a fingerprick, which gives patients a glucose reading for a single point in time, continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) gives glucose readings every 5 minutes so patients know where they've been, where they are and where they’re headed. It even takes into consideration the speed and direction of changing glucose levels.1

Dexcom G6 

Dexcom G6 is the latest technology in the Dexcom continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) range.

  • The need for blood glucose meter calibrations is eliminated, meaning you can make treatment decisions with absolutely zero fingerpricks‡!
  • Slimmer+ and water-resistant sensor indicated for 10-day sensor wear!
  • Approved for use on an Apple or Android compatible smart device^, Dexcom G6 Receiver or t:slim X2 insulin pump with Basal-IQ technology
  • Patients can share their data with up to 5 followers/loved ones
  • Approved for use in children 2 years and older
  • Customisable alarms and alerts, Urgent Low Soon and a fixed 3.1 mmol/L hypo alert feature
    ‡ 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. 

Dexcom G5 Mobile

The Dexcom G5 Mobile is a standalone system with the following features: 

  • Receive glucose data directly to your compatible Apple or Android smart device^
  • Make diabetes treatment decisions without a fingerprick*
  • Patients can share their data with up to 5 followers/loved ones
  • Approved for use in children 2 years and older
  • 7-day sensor wear 
  • Customised alarms with a fixed 3.1 mmol/L hypo alert feature 

Visit www.amsldiabetes.com.au for full product information.

Always read the label and use only as directed. Read the warnings available on www.amsldiabetes.com.au/resources before purchasing. Consult your healthcare professional to see which product is right for you.
1. Dexcom G5 Mobile Continuous Glucose Monitoring System, User’s Guide, 2015. + Compared to the Dexcom G5 Mobile system *If glucose alerts and readings do not match symptoms or expectations or the patient is taking medications containing paracetamol/acetaminophen, the user should perform a fingerprick to confirm blood glucose level. A fingerprick is needed every 12 hours to calibrate. ^ To view a list of compatible devices, visit https://www.dexcom.com/en-AU/compatibility. Dexcom, Dexcom G5 Mobile, Dexcom G6, Dexcom Share and Dexcom CLARITY are registered trademarks of Dexcom, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. ARTG 330535.