Know your glucose level without finger pricks1
Spend less time in low glucose (<70 mg/dL), both during the day and at night5,6
Achieve rapid, significant, and sustained A1c reduction4
Increase Time in Range2
Understand glucose variability
Identify daily patterns
Apply the sensor to the back of your upper arm with the applicator
A painless6 one-second scan is all you need to see your glucose readings
See your current glucose reading, eight hours of data, and a trend arrow that shows you where your glucose is heading
Average reduction in HbA1c
A1c reduction was observed at 2-4 months and sustained at month 12 in adults and children with T1D and adults with T2D4,8
HbA1c reduction in T2D users who use all types of insulin3
HbA1c reduction in T2D users who use basal insulin30
Reduced time spend in hypoglycaemia for T1D users5
Reduced time spend in hypoglycaemia in T2D users6
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Statistically significant A1c reduction based on the confidence interval range.
Abbreviations: T1D: type 1 diabetes; T2D: type 2 diabetes.
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