Now you can check your glucose as easily as you check your email.
Introducing the Guardian™ Connect continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) system. The Guardian Connect system uses a tiny sensor to measure glucose levels in fluid just below the skin. It takes readings all day and night and sends them to your phone via a small wireless transmitter, so you can see how you’re doing anytime.
With the Guardian Connect mobile app, you can see your most recent glucose data, your glucose trends over time, your sensor and your transmitter status. You can also receive alerts to notify you when you’re going above or below your preferred range and keep track of daily events which may impact your glucose levels.
Your mobile app also sends your data to CareLink™ Personal therapy management software, so you can see your full information online and share your information with family or friends. Those closest to you can even receive SMS messages whenever you go out of range!
To use the Guardian Connect system, you will need the Guardian Connect transmitter and sensor as well as this app!
* Not compatible with MiniMed pumps.
Thank you for using Guardian Connect! We have made the following updates:
• Additional bug fixes and improvements
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Updates take too long
I have waited for an update to fix Bluetooth connectivity issues for over a year. This update has fixed that issue but has a new issue whereby sensor glucose readings are missing when the devices are out of Bluetooth range. Prior to experiencing the issues I was very satisfied with the app but it does not function as a CGM (Continuous!) with these issues.
I just came from using the libre device and thought this would be a step up in terms of the alarms and all. However on my first day I understand there is time lag but there was over 10 difference in my blood from 7 to what it said to a 17 and then it rejected it and made me wait longer while my sugar is sky rocketing. Also you can’t change the volume on it ( I have an iPhone 11) as I changed my level on my phone and on my setting the level was really loud and wish could be changed, next also allow for the app to have a vibrate option for the alerts. My phone died as I was not paying attention and then i got my phone on again and the app asked me sign in and I did and then wanted to connect to the transmitter and it could not from my phone so I had to disconnect the transmitter from the sensor on my arm with all the sticky plasters and connect it that way, then when I did it wanted me to start all over again and calibrate in 2 hours and it also lost all my information even my phone was set to sync all my data. They must also add ranges so it gives you a better understanding and also time in target and average glucose which the libre has.
Great but could be better
This is indeed a life saver but still has some development to make it great. Main issue is it must be able to show glucose levels on an Apple Watch both to make it more usable and to keep ahead of the competition. Secondly the recently released snooze function really doesn’t work that well and also seems to switch off the ring volume so that you miss incoming calls.
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- Medtronic, Inc.
- 24.8 MB
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
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