The #1 continuous
(CGM) in the US§
Whether your patients meet A1c goals*5 or not, they may experience significant time outside of range*6.
The FreeStyle Libre 2 system safely and effectively replaces BGM‖ and now has glucose alarms‡4.
UNSURPASSED 14-DAY ACCURACY4
- Outstanding accuracy in the low-glucose range4 when it matters the most
- No fingersticks‖ required even when glucose is low, falling, or rapidly changing
REAL-TIME ALARMS‡ WITHOUT SCANNING
- Excellent, reliable alarm performance in the low-glucose range4
- The first and only 14 day glucose monitoring system with alarms‡4
EASY FOR YOU AND YOUR PATIENTS*1,2
- Measures real-time glucose every minute4 and optional glucose alarms‡ are sent straight to your patient's reader
- More affordable CGM at one-third the cost of other CGMs¶7
- Easy to prescribe# with no prior authorizations required
FreeStyle Libre 2 system Is Indicated For Patients With Diabetes Age 4 And Older
Parents and caregivers can rely on the FreeStyle Libre 2 system to make treatment decisions without confirmatory fingersticks‖ even when glucose is low or falling4
Easy to prescribe#
Prescriptions can be filled without paperwork hassles or prior authorization at participating pharmacies
Improved Diabetes Outcomes
Both real-world evidence and clinical trial results highlight the benefits of FreeStyle Libre portfolio*,1-2,8-12
* Data from this study was collected with the outside US version of the FreeStyle Libre 14 day system. FreeStyle Libre 2 has the same features as FreeStyle Libre 14 day system with optional real-time glucose alarms. Therefore the study data is applicable to both products.
† Compared to self-monitoring blood glucose testing.
‡ Notifications will only be received when alarms are turned on and the sensor is within 20 feet of the reading device.
§ Data based on the number of patients assigned to each manufacturer based on last filled prescription in US Retail Pharmacy and DME.
‖ Fingersticks are required if your glucose alarms and readings do not match symptoms or when you see Check Blood Glucose symbol during the first 12 hours.
¶ Based on a comparison of list prices of FreeStyle Libre 2 system versus competitors’ CGM systems, assuming annual use of one receiver (or equivalent hardware) and quantity of transmitters and/or sensors according to use life. The actual cost to patients may or may not be lower than other CGM systems, depending on the amount covered by insurance, if any.
# No paperwork hassles or prior authorization needed at participating pharmacies. This applies to commercially insured patients. This does not apply to beneficiaries of Medicare, Medicaid, or other federal or state healthcare programs. Participating pharmacies are subject to change without notice.
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