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Dexcom G7 and Dexcom Patches

The Dexcom G7 is finally here! Dexcom, a leading manufacturer of continuous glucose monitoring systems (CGMs), has released its latest and greatest CGM system, the Dexcom G7. This new CGM system is designed to help people with diabetes better manage their blood sugar levels and improve their overall health and quality of life.

So what makes the Dexcom G7 different from its predecessors? For starters, it's smaller and thinner than previous models, making it more comfortable and discreet to wear. It's also easier to insert and doesn't require calibration, which means less hassle for the user. The G7 also has a longer wear time of up to 14 days, which means fewer sensor changes and less waste.

But that's not all. The Dexcom G7 also features improved accuracy, with a mean absolute difference (MAD) of just 8.5 mg/dL, making it one of the most accurate CGMs on the market. It also has a wider dynamic range of 20-600 mg/dL, which means it can accurately detect both high and low blood sugar levels.

At Pump Peelz, we're excited to offer a range of products to personalize and protect your Dexcom G7 CGM system. Our Patch Pro Dexcom G7 packs are designed to provide a secure and comfortable fit for your CGM sensor, while also adding some style and fun to your device. Our packs come in a variety of designs, from bold and colorful to subtle and classic, so you can choose the one that best fits your style.

In addition to our Patch Pro Dexcom G7 packs, we also offer a variety of other products to personalize and protect your diabetes devices. From insulin pump skins to adhesive patches, we have everything you need to make your diabetes devices your own.


In conclusion, the release of the Dexcom G7 is a significant milestone for people with diabetes. With its improved accuracy, longer wear time, and smaller size, the G7 is sure to be a game-changer for CGM users. And at Pump Peelz, we're proud to offer a range of products to help you personalize and protect your Dexcom G7 and other diabetes devices.

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