This video shows you how to insert a CGM (Continuous Glucose Monitor) Sensor under your skin if you have diabetes.
How to remove and insert a sensor on the Freestyle Navigator CGMS.
A video showing how to remove a CGM Sensor inserted into your arm.
... and the patient's eligibility at the time the services are rendered. Description Continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) systems are implantable or noninvasive devices that measure glucose levels in interstitial fluid at ... adjustments to therapy, with the goal of improving overall glycemic control. Two CGM systems, the MiniMed Continuous Glucose Monitoring System (CGMS) and the GlucoWatch Automated Biographer, have been introduced as a means of ... review to determine if the treatment plan needs adjustment. The Gluco Watch is a noninvasive device that is worn on the wrist like a ... watch. It requires use of an AutoSensor, a single use gel collection ... values. The DexCom STS CGMS system (DexCom) was approved by the FDA in March 2006, and is also for use in those with diabetes mellitus who are aged 18 ... 3
Additional devices now have FDA approval. The FreeStyle Navigator CGM System (Abbott) was approved in March 2008. The sensor for this device can be worn on the back of ...