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Use expired Medtronic sensors??

Has anyone used expired Medtronic sensors? I have a couple of boxes that have been in my fridge since July, and the expiration date on them…

Started by Katie I.

8 Mar 29, 2013
Reply by Katie I.

Did Minimed "improve" its sensor technology - i.e. make them shorter-lived?

I've been using the Minimed CGM system off and on for the last three years with the Paradigm pump. It used to be that when the sensor ended…

Started by beanstock

10 Mar 20, 2013
Reply by Dalia

What can I do with my extra CGM transmitters?

Hi everyone. I used Medtronic Real Time CGM products with my insulin pump, and while I liked the info I was getting, the stress my skin and…

Started by Emily F

4 Jan 28, 2013
Reply by Laddie

What to do with expired sensors?

I have a box of sensors (10) that are expired. I had a few from another box and tried using them past the date, but they just weren't worki…

Started by Adrienne Buhmann

0 Aug 1, 2012

Costs and sources for getting Dexcom sensors

For those of you who do not have insurance covering the costs of sensors, can you tell me what the average price is for sensors for the Dex…

Started by AlexJ

5 Jun 12, 2012
Reply by Jim Devlin

Need all the Australian's help for this

As some of you all know, our government has a scheme set up to help people purchase a pump if they do not have private health insurance or…

Started by Brent

0 Jul 8, 2011

To CGM or not to CGM........

Hi Guys. Need a little advice from the experts. I have been on the MM Veo pump for the past 2 months and my doc now want me to add the CG…

Started by Quazz

13 Apr 25, 2011
Reply by acidrock23

Researcher Develops Accurate, Portable Non-Invasive Blood Glucose Monitor

Newswise — Two years ago, a Baylor University researcher developed an effective and accurate electromagnetic sensor that provides diabetics…

Started by The Diabetic Welfare Queen

7 Apr 16, 2010
Reply by Gerri

Swimming with the DexCom 7 Plus?

Does anyone have any experience with swimming and wearing the DexCom 7 Plus sensor? The documentation says it is waterproof for up to 30 mi…

Started by Suzanne

14 Jul 7, 2009
Reply by Mommy of Three

Storing sensors?

I was wondering how you guys store your unused sensors. I have read online that some people keep them in the fridge? Somehow they last long…

Started by Suzanne

4 May 9, 2009
Reply by Betty




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