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Re: [IPk] Enlite Sensors



That's interesting - what's the cost of the standalone receiver?
I'm still thinking I may have to bite the bullet and try a CGM, but I 
like my Medtronic Veo.
Di

On 09/12/13 12:12, Joel Milner wrote:

 > Before making the decision to switch I ran a little spreadsheet to compare
the
> costs of using the Enlites to the Dexcom G4. Assuming a sensor life of 8 days
> for the Enlites and 18 days for the Dexcom, and factoring in the transmitter
> lifetimes of ca. 2.5 years for the Medtronic mini-link and 9 months for the
 > Dexmitter, I calculated the annual costs as #2547 for the Enlites and #1348
for
 > the Dexcom G4's. With those costs, it might still make sense for anyone with
a
> relatively new veo to switch to the Dexcom as the additional cost of using a
> standalone receiver would be offset in about 8 months.
.
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