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Like other continuous glucose monitors (CGM) it uses interstitial fluids instead of blood to measure blood glucose. The Libre works by wearing a sensor on your upper arm. It’s a “flash” system, which means you wave an accompanying monitor above the sensor in order to get your glucose readings.What is a blood glucose monitor?
Like traditional blood glucose monitors, the FreeStyle Libre gives you information about your sugar levels. It can indicate either hyperglycemia, where your glucose levels are too high, or hypoglycemia, where your levels are too low. When used over time, this monitor can also help you see patterns in your blood sugar levels.How does a glucose sensor work?
The sensor measures your interstitial glucose level, which is the glucose found in the fluid between the cells. The sensor tests glucose every few minutes. A transmitter wirelessly sends the information to a monitor. The monitor may be part of an insulin pump or a separate device,...How can continuous glucose monitoring devices help with diabetes?
It can make checking your blood sugar levels as simple as checking your phone. Continuous glucose monitoring devices can potentially be worn on the belly or the arm and may help you make decisions throughout the day based on your blood glucose readings, which can help with managing diabetes.