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780g medtronic pump

Discussion in 'Insulin Pump Forum' started by james555, Aug 28, 2021.

  1. james555

    james555 · Member

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    Can anyone tell me what glucose meter is compatible with the medtronic 780g pump
     
  2. Dexta

    Dexta Type 1 · Member

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    I believe it’s the Accu-Chek Guide Link meter, but I could be wrong. Hopefully a m780g user will soon be able to confirm this or not.
     
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    In Response Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    Using google, it was very easy to find the user manual.
    There is no mention of “compatible meters” or, as I assume you mean, a meter that transmits the readings to the pump without you having to enter it manually for a bolus.
    This pump does connect to the Guardian CGM.

    I recommend reading the manual to understand how it works and it’s capabilities

    The Accu-Check meter is used with the Roche pumps.
     
  4. Dexta

    Dexta Type 1 · Member

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    That is the case, but when you refer to the Medtronic website it seems the Accu-Chek Guide Link meter is indeed paired with the m780g. IMG_0654.jpg
     
  5. TypeUno

    TypeUno Type 1 · Newbie

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    Yup I can confirm that Dexta is correct - the Guide Link is the meter that can link to the 780g (using Bluetooth)
     
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