Dexcom G4 Professional User Manual

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  • G4 Platinum Professional

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Table of Contents
  • Glucose monitoring system

    2
  • GLOSSARY

    8
  • Professional system

    9
  • CONTINUOUS GLUCOSE MONITORING (CGM SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

    12
  • System Contents

    14
  • Introduction

    15
  • Sensor Overview

    16
  • Transmitter Overview

    17
  • Receiver Overview

    18
  • Receiver Shield Overview

    21
  • INDICATIONS FOR USE

    26
  • CONTRAINDICATIONS

    27
  • PRECAUTIONS

    30
  • CAUTION

    34
  • Risks

    38
  • Charging the Receiver Battery

    44
  • Charging the Receiver Battery from an AC Power Outlet

    45
  • Computer

    46
  • Knowing the Receiver is Charged

    47
  • Receiver Menu Options

    48
  • Setting Up the Receiver and Pairing with the Transmitter

    52
  • The Settings Menu

    54
  • Setting the Receiver Time and Date

    55
  • Entering the Transmitter ID

    56
  • Professional System

    57
  • Transmitter and Receiver Communication

    58
  • Patient Use

    60
  • Before You Start

    67
  • Removing the Sensor from its Packaging

    68
  • Choosing an Insertion Site

    69
  • Placing the Sensor

    70
  • Sensor Insertion

    71
  • Transmitter Attachment

    73
  • Starting a Sensor Session

    74
  • Sensor Startup Period

    76
  • Taping the Sensor Pod

    77
  • Temporary Receiver Shutdown

    78
  • The Dexcom G4 PLATINUM Professional System and Water

    79
  • Calibration Overview

    82
  • How to Calibrate

    84
  • Startup Calibration

    88
  • Hour Calibration Update

    89
  • Other Reasons You May Need to Calibrate

    90
  • Sensor Glucose Readings in Real-Time Mode

    95
  • Rate of Change Arrows in Real-Time Mode

    98
  • Modes

    101
  • Setting the Alerts in Real-Time Mode

    106
  • Glucose Alerts and Alarm in Real-Time Mode

    109
  • Low Glucose Alert in Real-Time Mode

    110
  • Changing the High and Low Glucose Alerts

    112
  • Advanced Alerts

    114
  • In Real-Time Mode

    115
  • Rise and Fall Glucose Rate Alerts in Real-Time Mode

    116
  • Blinded Modes

    118
  • Alert profiles

    119
  • Alert profile options

    120
  • Alert profile details

    121
  • Selecting an Event

    128
  • Setting the Date and Time for an Event

    129
  • Carbohydrates

    130
  • Insulin

    131
  • Exercise

    132
  • Health

    133
  • Dexcom STUDIO Software and Blinded Mode

    134
  • Activating the Blinded Mode/Clinical Feature

    135
  • Blinding the Receiver

    137
  • Downloading the Receiver

    138
  • Removing a Sensor

    144
  • Transmitter Removal

    145
  • Receiving the Transmitter and Receiver from Each User

    150
  • Cleaning and Disinfection of the Transmitter

    153
  • Using the Receiver Shield

    160
  • Maintenance

    161
  • Storage

    162
  • Product Disposal

    163
  • Sensor Insertion Troubleshooting

    166
  • Calibration Troubleshooting

    167
  • Types Of Calibration Prompts

    168
  • What To Do For Calibration Prompts

    169
  • System Glucose Error

    170
  • Sensor Inaccuracies in Real-Time Mode

    171
  • Sensor Shut-Off Troubleshooting

    173
  • Battery and Charger Troubleshooting

    176
  • Receiver Error Code

    177
  • Transmitter Failed Error Code

    178
  • Alerts Are Not Working

    180
  • Device Performance Characteristics

    184
  • The high glucose alert

    195
  • Product specifications

    203
  • Electromagnetic emissions

    213
  • Fcc requirements

    216
  • Chapter 17: travel information

    234
  • Appendix I, Receiver Alerts, Alarm and Prompts

    238
  • Appendix II, Index

    252
  • Appendix III, Symbols Used in Labeling

    257