The Dexcom G7 from Dexcom, Inc.
The all-in-one Dexcom G7 CGM system is indicated for
individuals with diabetes ages 2 years and older. This newest offering from Dexcom features an approximate 60%
decrease in size over the G6, a 30-minute sensor warm-up time and a twelve-hour
grace period to replace expiring sensors. There are also enhanced alert
settings and a redesigned mobile app.
Similar to the G6, The G7 delivers real-time glucose readings
sent automatically every 5 minutes to a compatible display device* and is capable
of integration with a wide array of popular devices. View a list of compatible smart devices
For complete information, visit Dexcom
iCGM capable of integration
Dexcom partners are working to integrate G7 into their apps and systems. In the meantime, Dexcom recommends that you continue using Dexcom G6 until G7 is compatible with your preferred insulin delivery system and digital health apps.
Back of Upper arm (ages 2 and up)
Upper buttocks (optional in ages 2-6 years)
Dexcom G7 is for patients two years and older with any type of diabetes including type 1, type 2, or gestational diabetes.
Dexcom G7 can be worn during pregnancy for all types of diabetes (type 1, type 2, or gestational).
Clarity Summary reports (3,7,14, 30, and 90-day) of time in range and average glucose are recorded in the display device.
Once inserted, the sensor is waterproof up to 8 feet. Swim, shower and take a bath with the sensor
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