Dr. Edelman explains the difference between the laboratory A1c test and the GMI (glucose management indicator) from a CGM report.read more →
Slimmer, better, faster, stronger – Dexcom’s G7 is expected to start launching later this year, and we can’t wait. Some features from the G6 will be sticking around, others will get an upgrade, and a few new highlights will join the party (hello all-in-one, disposable unit).read more →
If you’re an active person and wear a CGM, keeping it in place can be challenging. Many people also have problems with skin irritation. Dr. Edelman offers tips for both of these common problems.read more →
Jeremy’s been on Tandem’s Control-IQ for about two months, and he loves it! Here’s his review of its new features, and how it compares to Loop and Medtronic’s 670G. Plus, special guest appearance from Wilbur the diabetes support bunny.read more →
Even with all of the advancements and technology we have in type 1 diabetes today, unexpected drops and elevations still occur. One way to gain better insight into what’s happening and why is to look at CGM downloads.read more →
CGMs are a wonderful technology that can help make both your life (and your diabetes management) easier, and there are several great options to explore.read more →
It’s the end of an era! The Dexcom G6 has made fingersticks a thing of the past for people with type 1 diabetes. Dr. Edelman and Dr. Pettus give their review of the newest version of Dexcom’s CGM with its new sensor, inserter, transmitter and customizable alarms.read more →
Did you know CGMs come out of the box with their repeat low alerts set to “off”?
CGM’s are life-changing and life-saving. Learn how to make the most of yours, and use those bells and whistles to your advantage!