Increased patient engagement

In the real world, increased engagement with the FreeStyle Libre Portfolio strongly relates to improved glycemic control.1,2,*

Increased engagement

On average, users of the FreeStyle Libre Portfolio scanned more often than the 6-10 glucose tests per day recommended by the ADA.3,4,*,† More frequent glucose monitoring with the FreeStyle Libre Portfolio is associated with better outcomes.5,* 

>2x

more patients reported knowing what to do after measuring glucose compared to when they used blood glucose meters

95%

reported having a better understanding of their glucose fluctuations

62%

reported that family and roommates were less worried about their diabetes when using the FreeStyle Libre Portfolio

FreeStyle Libre 2 system

  • Unsurpassed 14 day accuracy7,8 for adults and children (age 4 and older) with diabetes

  • Optional, real-time glucose alarms§ with readings every minute7

  • Easy set up and no patient training required9

FreeStyle Libre 14 day CGM system available for prescription with sensor, reader, and smartphone app as the best CGM technology in the U.S.

FreeStyle Libre 14 day system

  • Small, discreet, and easy for patients10,11,*

  • Clinically proven to be accurate,12 stable, and consistent over 14 days without the need for fingerstick calibration

  • Continuously measures glucose every minute and stores readings every 15 minutes

FreeStyle Libre 14 day CGM system available for prescription with sensor, reader, and smartphone app as the best CGM technology in the U.S.

LibreView,# FreeStyle LibreLink app,**,††,ǂǂ and LibreLinkUp§§ work together for seamless diabetes management.

 

The FreeStyle Libre platform improves patient adherence and engagement8,||,¶

Fill their sensors more9,||

Are more adherent to sensor use9,||

Continue using FreeStyle Libre 14 day sensors after 12 months (87%)9,¶

Please contact us for more information.

* Data from this study was collected with the outside US version of the FreeStyle Libre 14 day system. FreeStyle Libre 2 has the same features as FreeStyle Libre 14 day system with optional real-time glucose alarms. Therefore, the study data is applicable to both products. 
† 2021 ADA recommendation for patients self-monitoring blood glucose (SMBG) on multiple-dose insulin or insulin pump therapy.
‡ Compared to patients using SMBG.
§ Notifications will only be received when alarms are turned on and the sensor is within 20 feet of the reading device.
ǁ In comparison to FreeStyle 14 day reader users.
¶ In comparison to FreeStyle LibreLink app patients not sharing with their physicians.
# LibreView is developed, distributed, and supported by Newyu, Inc. The LibreView data management software is intended for use by both patients and healthcare professionals to assist people with diabetes and their healthcare professionals in the review, analysis and evaluation of historical glucose meter data to support effective diabetes management. The LibreView software is not intended to provide treatment decisions or to be used as a substitute for professional healthcare advice.
** The FreeStyle LibreLink app is only compatible with certain mobile devices and operating systems. Please check the website for more information about device compatibility before using the app.
†† Use of the FreeStyle LibreLink app requires registration with LibreView, a service provided by Abbott and Newyu, Inc.
ǂǂ Medicare coverage is available for FreeStyle Libre 14 day systems for cell phone use if FreeStyle LibreLink is used in conjunction with the FreeStyle Libre and FreeStyle Libre 14 day readers. Patients must meet Medicare eligibility coverage criteria. Local Coverage Article: Glucose Monitor Policy Article (A52464), May 2017.
§§ The LibreLinkUp app is only compatible with certain mobile devices and operating systems. Please check www.librelinkup.com for more information about device compatibility before using the app. Use of the LibreLinkUp app requires registration with LibreView, a service provided by Abbott and Newyu, Inc.
ǁǁ For FreeStyle Libre 14 day system: Fingersticks are required for treatment decisions when you see Check Blood Glucose symbol, when symptoms do not match system readings, when you suspect readings may be inaccurate, or when you experience symptoms that may be due to high or low blood glucose. 
¶¶ For FreeStyle Libre 2 system: Fingersticks are required if your glucose alarms and readings do not match symptoms or when you see Check Blood Glucose symbol during the first 12 hours.

References: 1. Dunn, Timothy, et al. “Evidence of a Strong Association Between Frequency of Flash Glucose Monitoring and Glucose Control Measures During Real-World Usage.” E-poster presentation presented at the 10th International Conference on Advanced Technologies & Treatments for Diabetes (ATTD), Paris, France, February 15-18, 2017. 2. Jangam, Sujit, et al. “Sustained improvement in glycemic control following flash glucose monitoring: a worldwide observational analysis.” Poster presentation presented at the 11th International Conference on Advanced Technologies & Treatments for Diabetes (ATTD), Vienna, Austria, February 14-17, 2018. 3. Calliari, Luis Eduardo P., Marcio Krakauer, Andre Gustavo Daher Vianna, Yashesvini Ram, Douglas Eugenio Barbieri, Yongjin Xu, and Timothy C. Dunn. “Real-world flash glucose monitoring in Brazil: can sensors make a difference in diabetes management in developing countries?” Diabetology & Metabolic Syndrome 12, no. 1 (2020): 1-7. 4. Lang, Jordan, Sujit Jangam, Timothy Dunn, and Gary Hayter. “972-P: Expanded Real-World Use Reaffirms Strong Correlation between Scanning Frequency of Flash Glucose Monitoring and Glucose Control.” (2019): 972-P. 5. Dunn, Timothy C., Yongjin Xu, Gary Hayter, and Ramzi A. Ajjan. “Real-world flash glucose monitoring patterns and associations between self-monitoring frequency and glycaemic measures: a European analysis of over 60 million glucose tests.” Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice 137 (2018): 37-46. 6. Fokkert, Marion, Peter van Dijk, Mireille Edens, Eglantine Barents, Jeanine Mollema, Robbert Slingerland, Reinold Gans, and Henk Bilo. “Improved well-being and decreased disease burden after 1-year use of flash glucose monitoring (FLARE-NL4).” BMJ Open Diabetes Research and Care 7, no. 1 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjdrc-2019-000809. 7. FreeStyle Libre 2 User's Manual. 8. Unger, Jeff, Pamela Kushner, and John E. Anderson. "Practical guidance for using the FreeStyle Libre flash continuous glucose monitoring in primary care." Postgraduate Medicine 132, no. 4 (2020):305-313. https://doi.org/10.1080/00325481.2020.1744393. 9. Data on file. Abbott Diabetes Care. 10. Haak, Thomas, Hélène Hanaire, Ramzi Ajjan, Norbert Hermanns, Jean-Pierre Riveline, and Gerry Rayman. “Flash glucose-sensing technology as a replacement for blood glucose monitoring for the management of insulin-treated type 2 diabetes: a multicenter, open-label randomized controlled trial.” Diabetes Therapy 8, no. 1 (2017): 55-73. 11. Campbell, Fiona M., Nuala P. Murphy, Caroline Stewart, Torben Biester, and Olga Kordonouri. “Outcomes of using flash glucose monitoring technology by children and young people with type 1 diabetes in a single arm study.” Pediatric Diabetes 19, no. 7 (2018): 1294-1301. 12. FreeStyle Libre 14 day User's Manual.

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