the more reliable it will. The great thing about the Libre is that it only gives you as much information as you want, its not pushy, it doesnt beep at you at all! I can not over emphasize this benefit. Gary gave the sensor a try and rigorously crunched the numbers for accuracy, because its a meter, thats what it is for right? The user does not have to be bothered with setting lots of possible alerts and repeats and tones. More options also means more competition which drives further innovation and development and that benefits everyone! So 10 days later I was back on my Dexcom and actually welcoming the little vibration to let me know I was north of my anticipated post prandial range. But no calibration means that, should the system be off from a fingerstick blood sugar you can not calibrate it to improve accuracy. It is extremely low profile, so it did not catch on doorways as a Dexcom on my outer arm tends to do form time to time. How often within 20 of lab value? This lead me to what I really disliked about the Libre.
Abbott is providing these links to you only as a convenience, and the inclusion of any link does not imply the endorsement of the linked site by Abbott. Inaccurate readings can lead to over- or under-dosing, which can produce dangerously high or low blood sugar results. . Welcome to Accu-Chek, please click this button to confirm acceptance and continue logging in). The sudden interruption of a beep, a vibration, or even a suddenly lighting up screen can be very disruptive. I am very hypo aware and pretty in tune with my bodys responses so I was not scared about low alerts, though many people are.