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How close do I need to be to my continuous glucose monitor?

William Lee Dubois
Endocrinology Diabetes & Metabolism
Most CPM systems have a pretty unforgiving radio range between the transmitter and the monitor. If they get separated too far from each other, you won’t get a blood sugar alarm when you need one. Exact distance can vary by model.

Depending on how long it takes you to get ready at the start of your day, you might need to keep your monitor close by.
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