The Eversense E3 CGM System is providing On-Body Vibratory Alerts through the smart transmitter and Audio and Visual Alerts on your mobile device for each of those two types of alerts.
Be alerted 10 or 20 or 30 minutes before your sensor glucose level, if it continues at its current rate, will cross the Low or High Glucose Alert Threshold.
Be alerted when your sensor glucose level is changing (rising or falling) faster than the Rate of Change you set in the alert.
It takes practice to determine which of those alerts is most helpful for you. Turn ON and use only those that best support your diabetes management plan and fit your lifestyle. If in doubt, talk to your health care provider to help you choose and set the right alerts for you.
You might not want it ON when you are first starting to use a CGM system, but then after that, it is really beneficial. Predictive alert may help you prevent a hyper or hypoglycaemic event.
The most common use of this type of alert is for a rapid rise in your glucose level to likely indicate that you might have forgotten to bolus with your meal or didn’t bolus enough. Similarly, a rapid fall might indicate that your glucose level is dropping fast from exercise.
If your symptoms are different than the sensor glucose values or what the alert indicates, confirm your glucose value with a fingerstick, using a Blood Glucose meter, before making a treatment decision.
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