NICE Guidelines

Updated guidance on the use of Continuous Glucose Monitoring CGM systems for people with diabetes



NICE now recommends that adults with type 1 diabetes are offered a choice of glucose sensor, including real-time Continuous Glucose Monitoring (rt-CGM).1 

Children and Young People

Children and Young People

NICE now recommends that children with type 1 diabetes are offered rt-CGM.3

People with type 2 diabetes

People with type 2 diabetes

For people with insulin treated type 2 diabetes, NICE now recommends that rt-CGM can be considered as an alternative to CGM.2 

Dexcom rt-CGM meets the criteria

The system choice should be based on an individual's preferences, needs, characteristics and the functionality of the devices available.1,2,3   

Access to Dexcom CGM can vary in different parts of the UK

How to access a Dexcom CGM system for your patients

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Access to Dexcom real-time CGM systems is now even easier with Dexcom’s range of products designed to meet the needs of people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes.

If you require further information on accessing Dexcom products in your area, the Dexcom Market Access Team can support you through this process.

Find out more at our live webinars

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Live webinars for healthcare professionals. 

Register for our new webinars designed for Healthcare Professionals. Be one of the first to hear about how the updated NICE guidelines improves access to real-time continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) and how this will support improved outcomes for people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes.  

  • Learn how to access the benefits of real-time CGM for people with diabetes
  • Find out which Dexcom real-time CGM system is best for your patients
  • Train on how to use and optimise diabetes management using Dexcom real-time CGM systems
  • Explore our new simple, patient led product onboarding and educational offering to help people with diabetes in your care get the best out of their Dexcom system