Dexcom G5 is the latest diabetic technology that can change many peoples lives!

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) shared good news for diabetics who hate having to prick their fingers multiple times a day!

Dexcom G5 was officially approved and ready to go! This new technology will significantly reduce the amount of times diabetics will have to prick themselves to check blood sugar levels, which is one of the most complained about practices diabetics have to endure.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Dexcom G5 continuous glucose monitoring system (CGM).

Rather than multiple pricks every few hours this technology requires only twice pricks to track blood sugar levels throughout the day.

Dexcom G5 technology works as a sensor is attached to a transmitter, which is placed under the skin of the abdomen.

The device lasts for approximately one week until it is removed and replaced.

In terms of glucose data, this information is sent via Bluetooth to a smartphone app to update the diabetics insulin levels for up to 12 hours.

With this, users can get an amazing 288 readings daily.

If you are a diabetic or have a friend or family member who is diabetic and really hates pricking their fingers throughout the day, this could be what you need!

For further information visit Dexcom G5 online and see how you can benefit from this latest technology.