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How do power supplies differ among continuous glucose monitors?

William Lee Dubois
Endocrinology Diabetes & Metabolism
Some CGM systems use a pair of AAA batteries, or a single AAA. Others recharge like a cell phone. If you get the kind that recharges, your out-of-pocket costs to run the damn thing will be less, but you need to make sure you have both a charging cord and a wall with a plug in it handy when you run out of juice. Spare batteries are easy to carry.

Beyond Fingersticks: The art of control with continuous glucose monitoring

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