Comparison of CGM's: Dexcom G4 vs Medtronic Enlite

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Comparison of CGM's: Dexcom G4 vs Medtronic Enlite

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Old 12-09-2013, 20:01   #1
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CGM Comparison, Medtronic Enlite vs Dexcom G4

A friend in Europe has made an excellent comparison of these CGM's. He wore both CGM's for 18 months and has presented his findings. It is excellent, and written like a book, with table of contents, diagrams, and data. His conclusions may be very helpful to CGM users, or prospective CGM buyers.

If you use the link below, it is a PDF and takes awhile on my computer to download. The page that appears seems to be blank. You will need to scroll down to find the beginning of his masterpiece. Here is the link:

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I have been Type 1 for 70 years. My A1c is 5.9. I pump with the MM 523 (Revel).

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