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FreeStyle Libre 14

The FreeStyle Libre 14 from Abbott

The FreeStyle Libre 14 day system features 14 days of sensor wear, no finger sticks, real time glucose readings and an iPhone app.

For complete information, visit Abbott 

Sensor Duration:
Up to 14 days
Warmup Time:
1 hour
Approved For Children:
Indicated for 18 years and over
Share Follow Capability:
Yes. The LibreLinkUp app allows up to 20 people to remotely track your glucose data and trends from a smartphone.
Fingerstick Calibration Required:
No fingersticks required (however, if glucose alerts and readings from this device do not match symptoms or expectations, users are advised to use a blood glucose meter to make diabetes treatment decisions).
Customizable Alerts Alarms:
None
Software:
LibreView™
Accuracy:
Overall 9.4% MARD over 14 days
Covered By Medicare:
Medicare coverage is available for the FreeStyle Libre 2 system if a compatible smartphone is used in conjunction with the FreeStyle Libre 2 reader to review glucose data. Medicare and other third party payor criteria apply
Insulin Pump Compatibility:
No
Recommended Placement:
Back of upper arm

Additional Details:
  • Water resistant: Exercise, shower, and swim in a depth of up to 1 meter (3 feet) of water for 30 minutes
  • FreeStyle LibreLink app makes the system smartphone compatible‡
  • Patients can scan to get their glucose as often as they want:
  • Continuously measures glucose every minute and records readings every 15 minutes Stores up to 8 hours of glucose data
  • Factory calibrated
  • Able to maintain accuracy over 14 days without fingerstick calibration or sensor coding

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Patient Resources

  • Trials and Publications
  • Clinical Evidence & Accuracy Data
  • Real-World Evidence
  • Product Pairing
  • LibreView Software
  • Related Products
  • FreeStyle Libre Pro
  • FreeStyle Libre 2 System

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