Home screen with CGM in Manual Mode
Device: MiniMed™ 780G insulin pump
When the Sensor feature is active, the Home screen displays a real-time graph that shows sensor glucose (SG) information.
Manual Mode Sensor display:
SmartGuard™ technology Sensor display:
The status icons provide the current status of the pump system.
|The connection icon shows the following information:
|The sensor status icon shows whether the sensor is warming up, is monitoring sensor glucose (SG) values, a BG is required, or the sensor status is unavailable. The icon appears only when the Sensor feature is turned on.
|The number on the sensor life icon indicates the number of days that remain in the life of the sensor. The icon appears on the Status screen and only when the Sensor feature is turned on. After a new sensor is inserted, the icon is solid green. When one day remains in the life of the sensor, the icon turns red. When the sensor expires, the icon turns solid black with an X.
If the number of days that remain in the life of the sensor is not yet available, such as when the sensor is warming up, the sensor life icon appears with three dots.
If the number of days that remain in the life of the sensor is unknown, the sensor life icon appears with a question mark.
|Suspend by sensor
When the current low alert time segment has either the Suspend before low or Suspend on low feature turned on, the Suspend by sensor icon appears on the Home screen.
When Suspend before low or Suspend on low feature suspends insulin delivery, the icon flashes
If the Suspend before low or Suspend on low feature is turned on but unavailable, the icon has a red X.This can be due to a recent suspend by sensor event or when no SG values are available. For more information, see the suspend before low feature and the suspend on low feature.
|The Alert silence icon indicates that the Alert Silence feature is turned on and some alerts will not make a sound or vibration. Sensor alerts can be silenced for a specific duration using the Alert silence feature. For more information, see silencing sensor alerts.
The sensor graph with CGM in Manual Mode
The sensor graph provides current SG reading information that is transmitted to the pump. If the MiniMed™ Mobile app is in use, the sensor graph can be viewed on a mobile device.
The sensor graph includes the following information:
- The most recent SG reading.
- Historical SG readings for the last 3-hour, 6-hour, 12-hour, or 24-hour periods.
- High and low SG limits.
- Carb entries.
- Boluses delivered during the time period displayed on the graph.
- Suspend events caused by Suspend before low or Suspend on low.
- BG entries
To view the sensor graph:
- From the Home screen, press the Graph button. A full-screen view of the 3-hour graph appears.
- Press up arrow to navigate to the 6-hour, 12-hour, and 24-hour graphs.
- Press left arrow to view SG readings and event details.
- To exit the full-screen view, press the Back button or press the Select button again.
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