I am not using the pump for insulin delivery at this time, so I have to set my basal rates to 0, disable auto-off, and plug the reservoir hole with a cap from an infusion set with the tube cut off. MiniMed™ 670G system includes our newest and most advanced CGM, the Guardian™ Sensor 3 and the Guardian™ Link 3 transmitter. Last week, I had sensor issues in the middle of the night and so had to remove the sensor and relplace it – the replacement failed as well (probaly due to it being the middle of the night and I desperatley needed my sleep and so may have been too quick explore trouble-shooting options). He was named 2014 Diabetes Educator of the year by the American Association of Diabetes Educators. I was an early adopter of the Paradigm in 2006, Medtronic’s first integrated pump and Continuous Glucose Monitor. The Medtronic likes calibrations. My Medtronic has done this to me several times at work and in my sleep. Medtronic held an investor meeting earlier this week, which included a presentation on the company’s diabetes device pipeline – including CGM, apps, and its next-gen closed plans. This includes esoteric ISIG calculations to simply testing and waiting and testing and waiting until the sensor figures things out. Medtronic CareLink shares real time data to iPhones (caregivers and loved ones) for example. An insulin pump that is CGM capable means that you can see and track your glucose levels. Dexcom’s transmitter never requires charging. I have to say that after a month of using the new Minimed – it’s a nightmare. The Medtronic likes calibrations. I’m on the phone with Medtronic way too often. Data may be shared with several “followers” and the alerts are fully customization. Stay far far away from the Medtronic sensor…This sensor is a piece of CR–. The MiniMed™ 640G Insulin Pump is a sensor augmented pump (SAP) - the latest type of insulin pump that includes Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) capabilities. The Medtronic CGM is NOT certified so you still always need to do a finger poke prior giving a bolus insulin dose. You should check them out! Getting the Medtronic back in sync is useless at that point. The signal will be lost and it will generate alarms to let you know. The pump that receives a signal from the Enlite sensor has the ability to react in an automatic fashion. Days 1-7: 13.4%            Days 1-6: 16.6%, Days 8-14: 13.2%          Days 7-12: 25.6%. There’s no way this 670G integrated system and sensor will get me an A1C below 7. "I think those two are going to be a duopoly here over the next five years." They do not pair with a pump, but they are good for 14 days and require no fingerstick calibration. Gary, not difficult to figure out your bias. Feeling mightily fed up! However, that doesn’t mean the sensors. Other than that, I followed all of the rules and regs that each company provides in its Instructions for Use. I agree Connie and John – I also use Medtronics CGM and it has helped me catch lows and suspend the pump before lows. I want you back Dex! Those familiar with the DIY diabetes community know that we've been pushing for interoperability of devices and open data platforms for over a decade now. Medtronic’s Carelink software is web-based, works on virtually all operating systems, is easy to share with healthcare providers, integrates sensor data with pump and meter data, and generates reports that do a super job of revealing post-meal patterns. Thanks for this! Introduction to Dexcom CGM (41) Using Your Dexcom CGM System (72) Using CLARITY Reporting Software (24) Compatibility (20) Setting Up Your System (38) Sharing with Followers (3) Reordering Sensors & Supplies (14) Troubleshooting (44) Ive been on medtronic pump for about 20 years i think and im not very tech savvy so it serms like the simplest system for me. wich i know my insurance does she just lazy to check! Don’t let anyone ever tell you accuracy is not important. When I go back to insulin delivery with the pump, I will lean towards the Medtronic. Dexcom has no such feature. I use the Minimed Connect option (a separate key chain device) to send data from the pump to my iPhone. The Enlite becomes accurate after 2 or 3 calibrations, and the Dexcom takes about 2 days before it is stable. I can’t get my t:slim X2 pump to stay connected to my Dexcom transmitter. New and improved software programs (plus a brilliant new book called “Practical CGM”) provide guidance on how to interpret/analyze CGM reports, yet few patients bother to look at their own data, and very few healthcare providers have the expertise to convert the reports into useful therapeutic insight to help guide their patients. Although you only have to do 1 test every 12 hours, it does not hurt to calibrate more often. A positive aspect of the Medtronic 640G is that the Contour Next Link Blood Glucose Meter communicates with the pump, which makes calibrating the CGM an extremely simple process. Based on personal experience and that of our clients, I’ve found Medtronic Enlite sensors last an average of 8-10 days; Dexcom sensors last an average of 12-14. Yes, Medtronic’s sensor data displays on their insulin pumps. Here’s why: First of all, if you sleep more than six hours a night, the Minimed system WILL wake you up asking for glucose checks. I was stressing about whether I needed to switch to Medtronic bc I mistakenly thought that Dexcom was alone in its contraindication with Tylenol. My last correction is on the “Data Sharing”. However, in all cases, integration only replaces the traditional Dexcom receiver with the display of data on these other devices. I like the Connect application because it is brighter, and clearer, than the on-pump display. How does the t:slim X2 insulin pump work with Dexcom G6 CGM? I do like the way the integrated Medtronic system suspends basal before a low bg, but when I check with a finger prick, I am already perilously low because their SG readings read higher than the actual levels. I saw no real difference in accuracy between readings with the Medtronic CGM and the Dexcom after they stabilized. Do I understand that there are times that even if you are in a meeting at work, at church, or whatever, the pump/cgm … Both systems offer High & Low alerts as well as rate of change alerts, albeit Medtronic’s rate of change alerts are much more customizable. The Dexcom mobile app has the added benefit of allowing the user to choose from nearly two dozen audible patterns for each type of alert – making it nice to hear somthing other than a “BEEP” for an alert. But, Dexcom has much less need for such a feature. Will keep researching. However, I can say that most of what I experienced reflects what I have seen among countless clients/patients who have worn the various CGM systems. The bottom line is this: Medtronic still isn’t up to par with Dexcom when it comes to accuracy. Of course, the day I ordered the Tandem, Medtronic called to try to convince me to stay. Wish I had the G4 device to this day. The first two calibrations of the Medtronic CGM should be done 2 hours apart, but you can shorten it to 15-20 minutes apart and the sensor will stabilize. The Enlite will complain about calibration errors if an input value is off from what the sensor reads by more than about 40 points. The sites were prepared appropriately and rotated consistently. Their sensors have malfunctioned countless times, and my transmitter malfunctioned and left me in a l lurch. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Love love love my Medtronic 640g with Enlite sensors. I recently took advantage of a free upgrade to a Minimed 670G with the integrated Guardian CGM system. Simultaneous calibrations were performed two to four times daily prior to meals, when glucose levels were in a relatively steady state. The G4 transmitter tends to last 9-12 months and the G5 transmitter lasts 3 months. Access via insurance coverage and professional loaner systems has grown exponentially, yet less than 20% of those eligible for CGM are currently using them. Both systems can beep and/or vibrate to alert the user of a potential problem and both have adjustable settings, but the vibrate mechanism on Dexcom’s receiver is considerably stronger, and it can beep much louder (when desired). The Medtronic 530G System is an insulin pump with integrated Continuous Glucose Monitor built-in. The alarm sound is one that you get used to, and I find that I often do not hear it and it annoys others. Resetting device does not fix the situation and technical support said I’ve passed the 12 month window. Hi Nicole, good news is on the horizon. You can change the alarm to vibrate, but then it vibrates every time you press a button as well as when it alarms. The average price target of $125.90 reflects an upside potential of 10.7% in the months ahead.Dexcom (DXCM)Dexcom produces continuous glucose monitoring (or CGM… Having just experienced six out of eight Medtronic sensors not performing and/or telling me to replace them prematurely, I am so disillusioned with the Medtronic system. Secondly, the multiple daily calibrations needed for the Minimed sensors require at least three finger sticks each – more if you enter follow up BGs as prompted and re-calibrate instead of declining a calibration (they don’t explain that in the manual). Editor's note: This article was updated on January 8th, 2019. Looking at rates of accuracy, Medtronic’s sensor was closer to the fingerstick calibration 43% of the time; Dexcom was closer 57% of the time. Accuracy is best measured by looking at MARD – Mean Absolute RElative Difference. While Basal-IQ technology predicts and helps prevent lows, Control-IQ technology is designed to help increase time in range by predicting and helping prevent both highs and lows. When I go back to insulin delivery with the pump, I will lean towards the Medtronic. Objective: Set up a watch face and data field for Dexcom, Libre, or Medtronic** CGMs on a compatible Garmin device (see next step for compatible devices). I get comments from people thinking I am wearing a pager, as it is not very stylish nor discrete clipped to my belt. Questions about our services? They are also approved for dosing in the UK. The first two calibrations of the Medtronic CGM should be done 2 hours apart, but you can shorten it to 15-20 minutes apart and the sensor will stabilize. Accuracy is a matter of life and death. Dexcom’s poor performance and customer service has gotten the best of me. I was skeptical about spending the extra money (which we didn’t really have) to have another device attached to me… 11.5 months later, i’m now using the Dexcom G6 and this is my personal review.. What Is a G6? The cost of CGM is prohibitive for me so that would be helpful. Medtronic sensor and transmitter combo lays flatter on the body and thus is easier to wear than the Dexcom combo. but my endo said that they dont cover CGM censors! I wish I read this before getting the 630g. When Palo Alto based D-data nonprofit Tidepool came on the scene in 2013, they immediately began to shake things up. Dexcom G6 CGM System Support Categories. Dexcom’s signal (radio or bluetooth) tends to pick up pretty well as long as the receiver (or phone) is within 20 feet of the transmitter. Alarms on the Dexcom are strong and simple. And, despite what other consumers report, I have not had any luck getting my malfunctioning sensors replaced. I also tried both, as I am an offshore sailor/ long distance runner/ old guy, but I decided on Medtronics, not because of the product, but how they handled their customers. Before that, I used the Minimed CGM with my Minimed pump for about two and a half years, so I come to the Dexcom not as a new user or a familiar user, but as an experienced user with allegiance to another manufacturer. thanks, Here’s our run down on the 2 CGM options available https://integrateddiabetes.com/choosing-a-cgm-3-heads-are-better-than-one/. These companies are becoming multimillionaire on sick peoples money.don’t say you can’t manage it without a cgm. As someone who can not use NSAIDs I am very much looking forward tot his, and many other upgrades the G6 sensor will provide. UnfortunatelyI ‘broke up’ with my Dexcom G5 because I thought the Medtronic 670G would be a simpler system and would ultimately help me stay in my target range more. Any new information on either Dexcom or Medtronic – 2018 information out there? They released the G5 in 2015 and would say it was a little premature for the market. Support wise, Medtronic has Dexcom beat hands down. The main reason i went to a pump and CGM was for controlling night time lows and while it’s not 100% perfect i find it very easy and simple to use. My pump is due for replacement so id like medtronic information but nobody calls me back. A calibration reading of 150mg/dl and a sensor value of 120mg/dl represents a MARD of 20% (a 30-point difference on a value of 150). The sensors were stored properly and placed in appropriate/adjacent sites. In my case, I stuck with the meters that are considered to be top-of-the-line for accuracy throughout the comparisons. An insulin pump delivers precise doses of rapid-acting insulin through a cannula 24 hours a day, to match your body’s needs. Medtronic’s cell phone app display does offer excellent size and contrast but requires one to carry a “connect” fob in order to send the data from the transmitter to the phone app. I also avoided using acetaminophen (the pain reliever found in Tylenol products), as both sensors can produce falsely elevated readings when exposed to acetaminophen. The batteries wear out in about 3 days with vibrate on. Thus, I would need to repurchase hardware for something that is clearly a technical issue. The Dexcom sensors don't work with medtronic pumps at all. I have talked with most of the tech support staff and each one gives me different “trick” to try and fool the sensor into working. Dexcom CLARITY Using the Dexcom G6 Pro reader, you can upload patient data collected from a Dexcom G6 Pro session to Dexcom CLARITY for reference during session follow-up. Once I figured out when it was ok to re-calibrate, the Dexcom adjusted to the new setting immediately. My experience trying to order the Dexcom CGM, however, was painful. The Medtronic signal only travels a few feet and is frequently lost even when in close proximity to the sensor. Full disclosure: I have used an insulin pump since 1994, and have used only Medtronic pumps since they released the 508 pump in 1999. Medtronic’s transmitter must be separated from the sensor and charged at least every six days. I filled out a web form, and waited a week for someone to call me back. Clarity eliminates many of the reporting options and customization features that were popular with Studio. I’d like to know how the upcoming iLet stacks up too. Fingerstick values taken with a home-use meter are intrinsically less accurate than lab values, and this contributes to a greater degree of inaccuracy by the CGM. The Carelink cloud software is difficult to upload to, and if you upgrade to a new computer, browser, or operating system, well… good luck. I have moved to using only the G5 receiver device for monitoring the past few months. The Dexcom allows 2 consecutive calibration readings, and then you do not calibrate for 12 hours. However, insertion of Dexcom is a simpler process requiring fewer steps and less equipment. Thanks! Keeping with common practice, I wore each sensor for as long as it was functioning and performing reasonably well. I can’t take anymore of dexcom mistakes. Medtronic’s mobile app allows followers to be alerted in the event of a crisis, but data cannot be viewed in real-time. It is taking them forever to send supplies that are authorized by my insurance. So in effect the pump will just be a dumb pump, you input your … With regard to the G5 mobile app – it gets a C+ rating at best. My pump warranty expired in December 2016, but I’m still on the fence about the 670G. You put the sensor on, attach the transmitter, calibrate after 2 hours and it works. Medtronic sensors appear to fall off a cliff accuracy-wise when used beyond six days. As current users of Medtronic pumps know, Medtronic makes incredibly robust and reliable pump hardware. The Medtronic 530G auto syncs with the Contour Next blood glucose monitor, which simplifies things. Anyway, Dexcom had replaced sensors in the past (they are SO expensive), but this time they told me, in essence , “Sorry, we don’t replace sensors if it is not our fault”. I recently tried the Dexcom G4 Platinum continuous glucose monitor for a week. There are things I like about both, and things I dislike about both continuous glucose monitors. Here is the most important piece. Dexcom CGM transmitters can only be paired with one medical device (either a Dexcom receiver or t:slim X2™ insulin pump) and one consumer device (phone or tablet) at the same time. I would love an updated comparison now that Dex Has partnered with another company and has an integrated pump. Abbott and Dexcom aren't alone in recognizing the opportunity in CGM; incumbent Medtronic and startup Senseonics are among the medtechs, large and small, also seeking a slice of the market. I have a 12 yr old who was recently diagnosed, and is currently using the Abbott Freestyle Libre glucose monitor. Any advice would be appreciated. Always remember, the comparisons above are based on an “N of 1” (me only). ** All the stuff needed to use/change/charge the Medtronic sensor w/cell-phone app (left) and Dexcom (right). The display on the Medtronic 530G is relatively small, monochromatic (black and white), and low-contrast. so i know they do but i seen alot of Bad reviews on the medtronic CGM's!! Dexcom also took a major step backwards with its Clarity app/software (necessary for generating reports from the G5 system). So far it has cost me just short of $300. Now mine. Also, both Dexcom and Abbott CGMs are FDA certified to provide BG reads that can be used for insulin dosing. As well, its important to note all the sensor issues they’ve had during 2016. They first signed on Insulet a… I have had a Medtronic pump for 25 years, but have been counting down the days until my 670G went out of warranty to I could switch to the T-slim/Tandem with Dexcom. Even when my insurance stopped paying and I had to use expired donated sensors, they worked perfectly. • New automated closed-loop systems promise better control with less “mental burden”. The Dexcom G5 was approved in early 2017 to be accurate enough to replace finger sticks for dosing calculations after day 1 of use. I am ready to buy my own Dexcom regardless of what my insurance tells me. Dexcom’s latest and greatest, the G5, features a transmitter that sends data directly to either a handheld receiver or a mobile phone. This point you missed; CGM training from the manufacturer. They go off, and when you acknowledge them it is quiet for a good amount of time. The pump reads data from the sensor, but the working distance between them is only about 4 feet before the signal is lost. Russian and Ukrainian culture expert and political muser. Today, for those of you who might want to know more, he goes a bit more in-depth, explaining the roles of the sensor, transmitter and insulin pump in the system. My daughter has finally decided to give the CGM a try and the Dexcom was recommended. I had a Medtronic pump for close to 20 years and their cgms from 2008-2014. I especially look forward to the 670G pump and CGM coming out. I have one, so I do not really need to switch from the 530G, but the Dexcom continuous glucose monitor would be nice. I want so badly to find a new supplier! (for some reason, they skipped 505 when naming their various pumps). I like that the 530G is one integrated device for pump and CGM. My best guess is that Medtronic copyrighted every other number below 1000. The latest on Dexcom’s work with Verily to make a more simple and accessible CGM; also, the “Pro Q” professional CGM and insulin dosing advice for people on multiple daily injections. I can’t afford to change to Dexcom, although I would like to try their system, so I will return to Libre. The online charts are difficult to read, and many useful charts are only on the professional edition doctors use. It has been done for years if u stop paying for it the price will come down. Dexcom continues to provide a more accurate, user-friendly system, but Medtronic is a step ahead when it comes to data analysis/reporting and integration with automated insulin delivery. I have been a Dexcom user for years. He speaks at local, national and international conferences on a multitude of topics in diabetes care. It does read up to 20 feet away, which is nice. Dexcom sensors appears to maintain their accuracy when used beyond 7-days. Thanks very much for such a practical evaluation. Continuous Glucose Monitoring Systems (CGM) Medtronic & Dexcom Review & Comparison, My Nutrition Journey – From Low-Fat to Keto to Balanced, IDS Clinician Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream Challenge, Blood Glucose Testing and How To Get Over The Fear Of Pricking Your Finger, Reducing treatment-related complication for blood cancer patients, Routine eye scans may give clues to cognitive decline in diabetes, Both systems use very thin introducer needles and automated insertion devices. The Dexcom becomes less sensitive with more calibrations, unless you follow specific recalibration requirements. Charger for Transmitter (AAA battery included), Customized overtape (above sensor, below transmitter), Larger overtape (above sensor and transmitter), Connect device (for transmitting data from pump to phone app). Thank you for the comparison info! 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