This just in, literally (just hit my inbox):
Now you can download your (CGM) data to your PC.
Zoom in on Glucose Trend Graphs or view Trend or Modal Day information.
The new DexCom DMâ„¢ Consumer Data Manager software program enables DexComâ„¢ STSâ„¢ System users to download up to 30 days of glucose data onto their PC, and view graphs beyond the 1-, 3-, and 9-hour trend graphs viewable on the STS Reciever. Users can save files and print reports.
Caution: The software does not provide any medical advice and may not be relied upon for that purpose.
More information and purchase is available through the DexCom online store at https://store1.dexcom.com or through Customer Service at 1-877-DEXCOM4 (339-2664).
with either the purchase of a DexCom STS Starter Kit by September 30, 2006 or with the purchase of 3 five packs of STS sensors. List price $79.00.
That's cheaper than we thought, for a while anyway. Oooh, this post is SUCH THE COMMERCIAL PLUG, but everyone's been so anxious to hear about DexCom's new patient software that I couldn't resist just slapping it up here verbatim.
Anyone actually tried it yet? Let us know!
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