All Discussions Tagged 'CGM' (117)

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UnitedHealthcare PPO Approced CGM July 2014 and Now Denies (Type II Diabetes)

United Healthcare Approved my Dexcom G4 system on 7/16/14. Since then, they have been approving my sensors every 90 days. My last covered p…

Started by epete

2 4 hours ago
Reply by DianaS

Solara Medical

I just had a HORRIFIC experience with Solara as the distributor for my Dexcom G4, and I just wanted to post to make sure everyone's aware o…

Started by Adam Kaye

15 Nov 20, 2014
Reply by meee

Medtronic Announces Approval of MiniMed 530G with Enlite

Minimed 530G with Enlite MINNEAPOLIS – September 27, 2013 –Medtronic, Inc. (NYSE:MDT) today announced the U.S. Food and Drug Administration…

Started by Diabetes News and Interest

23 Nov 3, 2014
Reply by JazzyKP

Allergic Reactions at Sensor Site

I've used a Dexcom for 3-4 years at this point, and it's a vital part of my BG management. However, in the past couple of months, I've star…

Started by Anna

3 Oct 29, 2014
Reply by Rich

Vote4DM

Hi Friends. We could use your help. StripSafely is at it again and are asking for your help and support (and participation, too!) to help p…

Started by BadShoe

0 Oct 20, 2014

Azurite Technologies and non-invasive CGM research

TuD will host a live interview in a few hours with representatives of SF Bay Area Azurite Technologies. Azurite seeks to bring to market a…

Started by Terry

0 Oct 9, 2014

Kaiser coverage in Georgia for pump/CGM

I am covered by my husband's insurance. He is retired AT&T and we are considering a switch from United Healthcare to Kaiser. I love my…

Started by Shirley

15 Sep 18, 2014
Reply by artwoman

530G with Enlite Experience?

I'm curious about the feedback from people who're using the Medtronic 530G with Enlite. I tried the 530G with Enlite for 24-hour and didn't…

Started by Allie Beatty

11 Sep 2, 2014
Reply by Allie Beatty

Minimeds Guardian REAL-Time Continuous Glucose Monitoring System

I am thinking about getting Minimed's CGM and was wondering what peoples thoughts on it were. Love it/Hate it? Any other suggestions for a…

Started by Sean Jelosek

47 Aug 29, 2014
Reply by LADA 2008

Consensus Conference on glucose monitoring, patient input needed!

Update on this post, made September 30, 2014:  read the document that came out of the Consensus Conference, where community comments below…

Started by Emily Coles

15 Aug 5, 2014
Reply by shoshana27

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