Canadians with diabetes can now view their Dexcom CGM data on Garmin smartwatches and cycling computers
Garmin recently announced on April 27, 2023 that people with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes who use the Dexcom G6 CGM System have a new way to quickly see their glucose levels and trends – even while working out – right on their compatible Garmin smartwatch or Edge® cycling computer.1
When training or racing with a compatible smartwatch or Edge® cycling computer, Dexcom G6 users can keep an eye on their glucose levels and trends, as well as their performance data, right on their Garmin device without pulling out their smartphone.2
The Dexcom Connect IQ apps3 are now available for download from the Connect IQ Store now. To learn more about the Dexcom Connect IQ apps, visit garmin.com/Dexcom.
1 Compatible devices can be found here. Edge devices are only compatible with the Dexcom Connect IQ data field.
2 Compatible smartphone must have a data connection and be in BLE range of both the Dexcom G6 CGM and Garmin smartwatch or Garmin Edge cycling computer. To view a list of compatible smartphones, visit Dexcom.com/compatibility.
3 The Dexcom Connect IQ apps are only for secondary display of data from the Dexcom CGM system and are for passive monitoring purposes only. The Dexcom Connect IQ apps are not intended to replace the Dexcom CGM System, nor replace self-monitoring practices as advised by a physician. All therapeutic decisions, including those regarding calculating insulin or other drug dosages, should not be based on data displayed in the Dexcom Connect IQ apps.
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