Glucose meters are a great tool, but sometimes you need to keep a closer eye on your blood sugar levels. That's where a device called a continuous glucose monitor (CGM) can help. This FDA-approved system tracks your blood sugar levels day and night. It collects readings automatically every 5 to 15 minutes.

It can help detect trends and patterns that give you and your doctor a more complete picture of your diabetes. The data can help you find ways to better manage your condition.

Continuous glucose monitoring (“CGM”) and annual PAD-Peripheral arterial disease screening are important for precise treatment decisions but unavailability of device and lack of expertise has led to underutilization of this technology. Our unique initiatives –CGMS on Call enabled thousands of patients with diabetes to receive continuous blood glucose monitoring with customized medication and diet plan. Glucometer Bank initiative aims at Self Glucose Monitoring (SGBM) for patients to use the device at home.