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Three people, each using a different type of wireless continuous glucose monitoring system

View full-sized image Drawing of three people, each using a different type of wireless continuous glucose monitoring system. A man on the left wears a glucose sensor/transmitter on his right arm and holds a monitor in his left hand. In the middle drawing, a woman’s torso is shown with a sensor/transmitter on her abdomen and a monitor clipped to the top of her pants. A woman on the right wears a third type of monitor outside her clothing; the sensor/transmitter is worn beneath her clothing so it is not pictured.
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Drawing of three people, each using a different type of wireless continuous glucose monitoring system. A man on the left wears a glucose sensor/transmitter on his right arm and holds a monitor in his left hand. In the middle drawing, a woman’s torso is shown with a sensor/transmitter on her abdomen and a monitor clipped to the top of her pants. A woman on the right wears a third type of monitor outside her clothing; the sensor/transmitter is worn beneath her clothing so it is not pictured.

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Drawing of three people, each using a different type of wireless continuous glucose monitoring system. A man on the left wears a glucose sensor/transmitter on his right arm and holds a monitor in his left hand. In the middle drawing, a woman’s torso is shown with a sensor/transmitter on her abdomen and a monitor clipped to the top of her pants. A woman on the right wears a third type of monitor outside her clothing; the sensor/transmitter is worn beneath her clothing so it is not pictured.

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CGM systems provide glucose measurements as often as once per minute. The measurements are transmitted to a wireless monitor.

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