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Freestyle Libre Reader with every painless one-second scan, the FreeStyle Libre flash glucose monitoring reader displays your current glucose reading, the latest 8 hours of glucose data, and a trend arrow showing where glucose levels are heading. You can also access a range of reports to help you make more informed diabetes management decisions.
The FreeStyle Libre system liberates you from the hassles of routine finger pricking. Just scan the reader over the small sensor worn on the back of your upper arm to check your glucose.
Why you need FreeStyle Libre Glucose Monitoring System
Painless: The application of the FreeStyle Libre Sensor and the process of scanning to get the reading is totally painless.
Fast: The whole process of getting your reading will just take 1 second.
Convenient: With a 14-day monitoring device on your arm and a pocket-sized reader, you can now check your glucose readings anytime and anywhere. You can do it discreetly and as often as you like.
Informative: Not only will you know your glucose reading, you can also discover the trends and patterns of your glucose reading for a better understanding and management of your blood glucose.
- Scanning the sensor to obtain glucose values does not require lancets.
- A finger prick test using a blood glucose meter is required during times of rapidly changing glucose levels when interstitial fluid glucose levels may not accurately reflect blood glucose levels or if hypoglycaemia or impending hypoglycaemia is reported by the system or when symptoms do not match the system readings.
- Most people did not feel any discomfort under the skin while wearing the FreeStyle Libre sensor. In a study conducted by Abbott Diabetes Care, 93.4% of patients surveyed (n=30) strongly agree or agree that while wearing the sensor, they did not feel any discomfort under their skin. [29 persons have finished the study; 1 person terminated the study after 3 days due to skin irritations in the area where the sensor touched the skin].