Real-time Continuous Glucose Monitoring System
14-day sensor life
The GlucoMen Day CGM Sensor is wearable and easy to apply and remove. The long-lasting electrochemical sensor measures the glucose levels for two weeks.
wear it on your
notifications and custom alarms
The GlucoMen Day CGM app lets you set up alerts to let you know if an event that requires your attention is occurring, such as low or high glucose, falling or rising glucose and low or high projected glucose.
real-time cloud data sharing
GlucoMen Day CGM sends data in real-time direct to the GlucoLog web cloud platform, allowing the medical staff and caregivers to monitor glycemic trend with you at the same time.
After five years of continuous use, the GlucoMen Day CGM system uses just two lithium batteries and about 3 kg of plastic, while competitor products use up to 120 lithium batteries and up to about 18 g of plastic.
Feel free to move with the GlucoMen Day CGM clock face for Fitbit. You can sync your Fitbit smartwatch with your GlucoMen Day CGM and read glucose values right from your wrist in real time.
of your kids
With GlucoMen Day CGM, you can follow your loved ones remotely and in real time directly from your smartphone.
Thanks to the GlucoLog T3 app, you can easily monitor your childrens’ GlucoMen Day CGM in real time.
for people with diabetes
GlucoMen Day CGM is approved for substitute use of the traditional blood glucose meter.
GlucoMen Day CGM is also suitable for:
GlucoMen Day CGM
Sensor + Transmitter Size: 3.5 x 2.5 x 0.7 cm
Sensor Duration: 14 days
Sensor Warm Up Time: 55 min
Measurement Frequency: 1 min
Accuracy Summary: MARD 9.6%, CEG A+B 99% (GLUCODAY21 Study, data on file)
Sensor Storage Temperature: 5-35 °C
Calibration: 1/day (2 for day 1 only). For the calibration, a dedicated glucose meter (GlucoMen Day METER) is provided for free with the Devices Kit, and 25 strips are provided free with every CGM Sensor.
Intended Populations: Adults, Children (6+), pregnant women, people on dialysis, and people who are critically ill.
Measuring Principle: Electrochemical measurement by wire-type GOD-based biosensor Measuring Site: Subcutis (interstitial fluid)