PDF

PDF
About Continuous Glucose Monitoring
With a blood glucose meter, you use blood to do the test whereas CGM
is continuous glucose monitoring.
Continuous glucose monitoring isn't blood glucose monitoring as the
sensor with a CGM device is placed into your body but not into the
bloodstream. The sensors measure the glucose in your interstitial fluid
- the fluid in and around your body’s cells.
The relationship between glucose concentrations in interstitial fluid
(ISF) and blood has generated great interest due to the possibility of
gaining up to 288 glucose level readings a day without having to do
finger pricks.
CGM is less invasive
Basically, CGMs are a less invasive technique for measuring glucose levels. CGM can be used whether you wear a
pump or use injections for your insulin delivery. CGM systems work 24 hours a day and can include alarms to indicate
when your glucose levels are too high or too low.
Continuous glucose monitoring product guides
Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) is steadily becoming the method of gaining greater control for people on
intensive insulin therapy.
HOW DO I ACCESS SUBIDISED CGM ?
AMSL (DEXCOM) PRODUCTS
Dexcom G4 Platinum CGM system can be used as a standalone system or with the
Animas® Vibe® insulin pump. Here’s how it works:
1. A tiny sensor is placed under the skin in a similar way to an infusion site and is
worn up to 7 days at a time. After you have been trained under the supervision of
your healthcare professional and AMSL Diabetes representative, you can do this
on your own.
2. The Dexcom G4 PLATINUM transmitter is then attached to the sensor.
3. Once the sensor is inserted and the transmitter is attached there is a two hour
start-up period where no information will be displayed. After this time, you will
need to enter two finger stick readings from your blood glucose meter to calibrate
the Dexcom system.
4. The glucose sensor will then continuously measure your interstitial glucose levels
(in the fluid space between the cells) and through the transmitter, will send
information wirelessly to either your Dexcom Receiver or your Animas ® Vibe®
insulin pump.
5. After the two initial calibrations, further calibrations are required every 12 hours.
6. Dexcom G4 CGM system guide including VIDEO
7. Product Guide - User Guide, Quick Start, Tutorial
Dexcom G5® Mobile System consists of three components:
1. Small Sensor that measures glucose levels just underneath the skin.
2. Transmitter that is fastened on top of the sensor and sends data wirelessly to your
compatible smart device or your receiver.
3. A Display Device which can be a compatible smart device with the Dexcom G5®
Mobile app OR the Dexcom G5® Mobile receiver. Either choice of display will show
your glucose trends in vivid colours so you can easily see when it’s high, low or
within range.
4. Dexcom G5 CGM system guide I Glucose on your phone including VIDEO
5. Product Guide – User Guide, Quick Start, Tutorial
MEDTRONIC PRODUCTS
Medtronic have four products available through the CGM Initiative; the Enlite™ Sensor, Guardian™ 2 Link, MiniLink
transmitter, Guardian Connect™ CGM. CGM technology enables a user to monitor glucose levels 24 hours a day
through a sensor.
The varieties of Medtronic CGM in Australia
Guardian 2 Link CGM
MiniLink CGM
Guardian Connect
Pump / Phone
Compatibility
MiniMed 640G Pump
Paradigm Veo, Paradigm
Real-Time Insulin Pumps
Apple iOS
(iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad)
Real-time values on
receiver
Yes
Yes
Yes
Share reports with
healthcare professionals
If HCP links CareLink
Professional to
CareLink Personal, they
can access up-to-date
reports following patient
upload
If HCP links CareLink
Professional to CareLink
Personal, they can access
up-to-date reports following
patient upload
If HCP links CareLink
Professional to CareLink
Personal, they can access
up-to-date reports daily
Transmitter Memory
Storage
10 hours
40mins
14 days
Sensor
Enlite
Enlite
Enlite
Alerts
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remote Partner
Notification
No
No
Yes, up to 5 registered
Care Partners AND optional
SMS
HOW YOU CAN BENEFIT FROM MEDTRONIC CGM
CGM measures and indicates glucose levels continuously [24/7] to assist in monitoring. It can be used by type 1 and
type 2 diabetes patients who would like better glucose control to improve the health and quality of their lives – and can
help to take the guesswork out of glucose monitoring.
There are two ways you can benefit from Medtronic CGM:
With an insulin pump. With CGM and the Medtronic Veo or MiniMed 640G Insulin Pump, insulin delivery can be
automatically stopped to reduce the occurrence or severity of hypoglycaemia. You’ll have the ability to set alerts
to warn about highs or lows, and will see the full picture of glucose levels 24/7 on the device.
Without an insulin pump. Guardian™ Connect CGM delivers real-time glucose information direct to your iOS
device3. You (and any care partners i.e. family members/carers or healthcare professionals) can be alerted if
you’re heading towards hypoglycaemia or hyperglycaemia.
This is important because people who are hypo unaware are six times more likely to have severe hypoglycaemia leading
to seizures, coma and even death. Having hypos leads to more hypos and the increased risk of these severe events.
HOW DO I ACCESS SUBIDISED CGM ?
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertising