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Frequently Asked Questions
Is it possible to utilize the AiDEX CGM system for making daily therapy decisions?
It is possible for children and young individuals to comprehend how their food intake, physical activity, and insulin usage affect their glucose levels and use this knowledge to make decisions regarding their daily therapy. However, it is essential for them to be under the supervision of an adult caregiver who is at least 18 years old.
Is it possible to feel the Sensor when it is being worn?
The weight of the entire system, which includes both the sensor and transmitter, is under 5.2g.
The part of the sensor that is placed under the skin is less than 0.35mm wide and is only inserted about 6mm under the skin, which means that the majority of people won't even feel it while they are wearing it.
What does the AiDEX CGM system's factory calibration mean?
The AiDEX CGM system is a sensor that has been calibrated at the factory (factory calibrated) and has been demonstrated to effectively and safely substitute the regular self-monitoring of blood glucose (SMBG).
What is the reason behind the system's need for a sixty-minute warm-up time?
Once a Sensor is inserted, there are physiological changes that occur as the body adjusts to the presence of the Sensor. These changes are a natural response to the insertion and can differ from person to person. The adjustment period may not always be consistent for an individual. Typically, it takes about an hour for the body to equilibrate and for the system to provide precise glucose readings.
Is it necessary to take out the sensor while undergoing an MRI or CT scan?
When scheduling a medical appointment that involves powerful magnetic or electromagnetic radiation, such as an X-ray, MRI, or CT scan, you must take off the AiDEX Sensor and transmitter and replace it with a new Sensor following the procedure to ensure accuracy.
AiDEX CGM is immune to mobile phone magnetic field.
What distinguishes readings of interstitial fluid (ISF) from those of blood glucose (BG)?
Glucose levels can be gauged either from the bloodstream or from the interstitial fluid (ISF) encircling the body's cells. Although there is a delay of 5 to 10 minutes in the response of ISF glucose to changes in blood glucose, this delay is unlikely to have any impact on routine daily treatment decisions. The AiDEX CGM system has an average lag time of about 5 minutes.
Even when ISF glucose and BG measurements are taken simultaneously, they may not always match and are likely to differ.