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Hi all, I'm in need of...a cgm reciever i am lada and sevwrly unaware of hyper and hypo several days now i have awoke with my bsl at or below 40 and many time my meter reads hi ibam on u500
Living with type 1 diabetes.
Do you just need a receiver? I have some dexcom G4 receivers. But Transmitter and sensors are also necessary for the system to work.
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