You've hopefully heard about the newly FDA-approved Dexcom SHARE system -- a docking station for the popular G4 continuous glucose monitor that allows the data to be beamed directly to up to 5 smartphones anywhere in the world. But have you heard from anyone actually using it yet?
Well, you will now!
D-Dad and author Scott Benner, of the blog Arden's Day, has been using the system with his daughter and has just submitted a video to our DiabetesMine Test Kitchen product review hub.
Scott says that as a parent, it's all about the sleep. Perhaps you will agree... or perhaps as an adult PWD (person with diabetes), you'll be more interested in the value of having a significant other following along on your blood glu-coaster ride from afar, helping to keep you safe. Either way, you'll surely enjoying watching Scott's down-to-earth take on this new high-tech tool.
Check out Scott's review by clicking below. And we hope you'll check out our growing collection of Test Kitchen product reviews, by and for people with diabetes.
Used the Dexcom SHARE yourself? Join the discussion now!
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