Dexcom Share

By Jonah Comstock 05:02 pm June 7, 2017
At long last, Dexcom's Share app, which allows users to view and share data from their G5 continuous glucose monitors, will be available for Android users. The Android app just now received FDA clearance, and the company will roll out the app this month. The launch is a long time coming: iOS users have had access to the app since 2015. “Providing Android users with access to the Dexcom G5 Mobile...
By Jonah Comstock 03:22 pm July 19, 2016
Medtronic has received a CE Mark for its Guardian Connect mobile continuous glucose monitor (CGM) and app. The company will begin selling the system in select countries in Europe, Asia, and Latin America in Q2 2017 and expects to receive FDA clearance to launch the device in the US around that same time. The Dublin, Ireland-based company already has an FDA and CE cleared connected CGM called...
By Jonah Comstock 11:50 am March 31, 2016
When it comes to patient-generated health data, the biggest roadblocks often come when its time to integrate that data into the doctor's workflow and the existing doctor-patient relationship. For pediatric patients with type 1 diabetes, some doctors seem to have figured it out. A group of Stanford physicians and researchers has published a study in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics...
By Aditi Pai 08:22 am August 25, 2015
The FDA has approved San Diego, California-based Dexcom for a Bluetooth-enabled continuous glucose monitor (CGM), called the G5 Mobile CGM system. Correction: A previous version of this article incorrectly stated the device had a 510(k) clearance when in fact it had a PMA approval. Unlike the company's previous connected CGM devices, the G5 Mobile CGM System has Bluetooth built right in to the...
By Jonah Comstock 10:26 am May 6, 2015
Dexcom was one of the first companies to announce that it would have an Apple Watch app, and a recent FDA guideline made it clear that, as a secondary display device for a cleared CGM, the Apple Watch app wouldn't require its own clearance. But users of other smartwatches, including the Pebble Watch and the Android devices have also had access to Dexcom CGM readings, just not through an...
By Jonah Comstock 06:35 am February 9, 2015
Dexcom's Apple Watch app will be ready to go when the device launches in April, the company told the Wall Street Journal. The app, which will not need to seek pre-market approval from the FDA thanks to a recent reclassification, will allow the Apple Watch to serve as a secondary display device for the Dexcom G4 (and upcoming G5) continuous glucose monitor system. The primary display will remain...
By Jonah Comstock 08:56 am January 26, 2015
The old Dexcom Share, with charging cradle. Dexcom has received approval from the FDA for a new version of its smartphone connected Dexcom Share platform that will eliminate the docking cradle and allow a patient's continuous glucose monitor data to be transferred directly to a user's smartphone, as well as the smartphones of up to five friends or caretakers. Dexcom Share got clearance in...
By Aditi Pai 06:31 am January 12, 2015
At CES 2015, continuous glucose monitor (CGM) maker Dexcom presented a demo of what Dexcom's CGM readings would look like on the Apple Watch, according to a report from diaTribe. The app interface will look similar to the Dexcom Share app, the company's FDA-cleared app that syncs with a hub to collect glucose readings. And data sent to the Apple Watch would also be available via Apple's HealthKit...
By Jonah Comstock 12:40 pm October 20, 2014
Dexcom Share, a cradle device that will allow users to send data from a Dexcom continuous glucose monitor to multiple smartphones, has received 510(k) clearance from the FDA. The system is designed to help parents and caregivers remotely track the glucose of a child, elderly parent, or spouse when the diabetes patient is at home or stationary. “Dexcom Share represents a significant advance in...