SENSOR READINGS EVERY 5 MINUTES
THAT'S 288 TIMES A DAY, SENT DIRECTLY TO YOUR COMPATIBLE MEDTRONIC INSULIN PUMP

The ability to check glucose levels using technology has helped many to make more informed decisions about their diabetes management. Whilst FLASH glucose monitoring alone may provide you an alert when you scan, it can't help protect you as it isn't able to communicate directly with your Medtronic insulin pump.
Using Medtronic's latest CGM system is different.  It provides readings to your pump every 5 minutes (288 times a day) and can alert you to a high or low before they happen and without having to scan.What's more, our latest CGM system drives SmartGuard™, giving you not only the convenience of predictive alarms, but also helping you manage highs and lows.  See below for more information on how SmartGuard™ works with our Minimed™ 640G and Minimed™ 670G systems.

GUARDIAN™ LINK 3 & GUARDIAN™ SENSOR 3
DRIVE OUR EXCLUSIVE SMARTGUARD™ technology
and can be used with our

MiniMed™ 670G Pump

MiniMed™ 670G Pump

&
MiniMed™ 640G Pump

MiniMed™ 640G Pump

When SmartGuard™ technology is switched on, your Medtronic insulin pump can make informed decisions to help manage your diabetes. MiniMed™ 640G - Insulin can be suspended before you go low until your glucose levels are back in range MiniMed™ 670G - Automatically adjusts insulin delivery every 5 minutes based on your glucose levels to help keep you in a healthy range.

You want a system that protects you and not just gives you a reading2,3

You want a technology that takes some of the hard work and burden away

Ask your diabetes team about Sensor Augmented Pumps and Continuous Glucose Monitoring

How to insert the Guardian™ Sensor 3

Guardian™ Sensor 3

  • Accurate1
  • Smart and Reliable design4
  • Convenient

TALK TO YOUR DIABETES HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT GUARDIAN™ LINK 3 & GUARDIAN™ SENSOR 3

SELF FUNDING SENSORS (CGM)
FOR YOUR MEDTRONIC INSULIN PUMP?
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References:
  1. Christiansen M et al. Diabetes Technol Ther. 2017; 19(9): 1-11
  2. Abraham MB. et al. Diabetes Care 2018 Feb;41(2):303-310 
  3. Garg SK et al. Diabetes Technol Ther. 2017 Mar;19(3):155-163
  4. Guardian Sensor 3 Performance Report; 6026113-25A1_A 2016-10