The latest in sensor technology
Discover exceptional performance and protection1,2 that Dexcom Continuous Glucose Monitoring delivers
The Dexcom G4 PLATINUM combines the latest glucose sensor technology with user-friendly features for exceptional performance and convenience.
The Dexcom G4 PLATINUM is now available for patients as young as 2 years old and is approved for sensor placement on the abdomen or upper gluteus area for pediatric users2.
Dexcom's Sensor Geometry, Membrane Technology, and Algorithm are what set us apart. Our commitment to continuously improve our technology allows us to deliver exceptional sensing performance and results speak for themselves.
Approved placement of the sensor is on the abdomen.
Approved placement of the sensor is on either the abdomen area or upper gluteus area.
Introducing Dexcom STUDIO data management software with simple navigation and illustrative visuals to help identify critical patterns quickly and easily.
The Dexcom PORTRAIT report offers intuitive, easy-to-read color visuals of high and low glucose patterns.
Highlights patterns and potential causes, allowing clinicians and patients to have meaningful dialog about concern areas.
* Dexcom Studio is an optional software. Based on simulated data.
With trending graphs and directional arrows, the Dexcom G4 PLATINUM lets you know where your glucose is, where it’s going, how fast it’s getting there and may help you avoid serious hypoglycemic episodes 5.
1. Polonsky W, Hessler D, Bowman F, Price D. Impact of CGM use on Quality of Life (QoL): A survey of current users. ADA Poster, June 2012.
2. Dexcom G4 PLATINUM Continuous Glucose Monitoring System User’s Guide (LBL-011797)
3. Effectiveness and Safety of the Dexcom G4™ Continuous Glucose Monitoring System, RPT-901776
4. Observational Study to Evaluate the Safety and Effectiveness of the Dexcom G4™ Continuous Glucose Monitoring System in Pediatrics, RPT-901951
5. JDRF Continuous Glucose Monitoring Study Group. Continuous Glucose Monitoring and Intensive Treatment of Type 1 Diabetes. N Engl J Med. 2008:359(14):1464-1476.