Note: Dexcom STUDIO is only available on Windows operating systems. Dexcom now provides Portrait on the Web for Mac users.
With Dexcom's latest software, you can download the Dexcom G4 Platinum CGM in seconds, access additional reports for insights, and print the charts at the touch of a button. All of this with a more streamlined interface.
Dexcom PORTRAIT Report
A new summary report that says it all
This one page report helps to easily and quickly:
- Identify clinically significant patterns with the Pattern Map
- Prioritize which glucose patterns to address with the Pattern Map
- Focus on potentially the most significant patterns with Insight Summary
- Provide possible solutions to improve glucose management with Possible Considerations and Interpretation section
Frequency + Duration + Intensity = Clinical Significance
The longer and wider the red or yellow highlighted areas is, the more clinically significant the glycemic excursion may be.
Insights and Potential Solutions
Highlights the most significant pattern of hyper- and hypoglycemia throughout daytime and nighttime and frequency of occurence. In addition, possible clinical considerations to help resolve glycemic excursions.
Summary Statistics and Interpretation
Quick snapshot of glucose statistics and calibration frequency as well as a place for written therapy adjustments and suggestions to help improve glucose control.
Hourly Stats Report
All-in-one report to easily assess glycemic patterns and variability at the same time.
Daily Trends Report
Overlapping days to assess glycemic patterns.
Glucose Distribution Report
Shows percent time high, low and in target glucose ranges and overall glucose distribution.
Assess pre- and post-prandial control by comparing pie chart distribution.
Glucose Trends Report
Report to review daily glucose trends, event markers and correlation between SMBG and CGM.
Daily Strip Print feature prints daily glucose trends with a touch of a button.
Daily Stats Report
Review percent time spent high, low and in target glucose ranges by day.
Compares glycemic control weekly, monthly or quarterly.