Re: [IPk] Dexcom G6
Unfortunately the type of plastic the G6 inserter is made from Is not
recyclable at present. They needed to use a grade of plastic that can be
sterilised easily and unfortunately most types of plastic that are suitable
for medical device sterilisation procedures are not easy to recycle.
The inserter is mostly hollow at least. If you weigh it, itbs not very
heavy in grams.
On Tue, 12 May 2020 at 10:03, Ruth Gibbins <
email @ redacted> wrote:
> Ib ve been using G6 since it came out, and itb s great for me.
> As far as the sounds are concerned, Ib ve turned the slider on Always
> Alert to
> off, and at night time put my phone on silent and turn Wi-fi off and my
> phone is
> put on a bedside table. NOTE - I am not recommending this to anyone- but it
> works for me! Doing this I get a single noise that always wakes me up as I
> am a
> light sleeper, and not those horrible alarms.
> With the code- I keep each applicator and the piece of paper with the
> code on
> it in the wrapper until I insert the next sensor. This means if I have a
> with it, and need the sensor replaced by Dexcom Ib ve got everything they
> to send back to them. Not that it happens very often, but it did once and
> I had
> thrown them away.
> PS the applicator is not eco friendly - bad mark to Dexcom, I get some
> and pull out the metal bit and the needle then throw it in the bin. I used
> put it in recycling, but this is the safest way I can think of disposing
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