MobiHealth News June 7, 2024
Nathan Eddy

The feature allows users to obtain real-time CGM data on their Watch without an iPhone present.

Glucose-monitoring specialist Dexcom announced it is expanding its diabetes-management capabilities by offering direct connectivity to the Apple Watch for its G7 continuous glucose monitoring system via a dedicated Bluetooth connection.

The feature allows users to check their glucose readings in real-time without having their iPhone in hand. It is available in the U.S., U.K. and Ireland, and launching in additional markets later this month.

When the company set out to design Dexcom G7, it prioritized hardware and software updates that would allow this feature to be unlocked for users.

One of those updates was adding further Bluetooth capabilities to the Dexcom G7 wearable sensor...

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