Dexcom G7 Sensor / Transmitter All In One Device
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- Currently does not Intergrade with Omnipod 5 and Tandem infusion sets
Sensor and transmitter combined into one disposable device
- Each Sensor/Transmitter All In One Device has a 10 day wear time.
- Smaller size – G7 is approximately 60% smaller than G6 and is more circular. G7 can be inserted on the abdomen, back of the upper arm, or, for children ages 2-17, on the upper buttocks. It can also be inserted using only one hand.
- Shorter warm-up time – 30 minutes compared to two hours with G6
- More accurate glucose readings – The accuracy of glucose monitors is typically described with a metric called MARD, or mean absolute relative difference. MARD is listed as a percentage, describing how far off you can expect your sensor reading to be from your actual blood glucose level. Generally, this means that the lower the percentage, the more accurate the sensor.
- G7 has a MARD of 8.2% for those wearing the device on their upper arm. In comparison, G6 and Abbott Freestyle Libre 2 have MARDs of 9.0% and 9.3%, respectively. The Freestyle Libre 3 has a MARD of 7.9%.More flexibility to customize alerts and temporarily silence alarms – While this could make it more likely that people miss urgent alerts, it also provides advantages, such as allowing people to customize alarm thresholds and reduce diabetes distress due to the fatigue people feel from frequent alarmsUpdated mobile app for iOS and Android users – the Dexcom CGM app and the CLARITY app have been combined into one app for G7 users. While users will still need the CLARITY app to see a detailed analysis of their glucose data, key CLARITY metrics like real-time glucose readings and Time in Range data can be seen on the same screen in the new G7 app.