Managing diabetes can be complex. But with Dexcom CLARITY®, diabetes data reporting and management are now made simple.
You will have quick access to important insights that help in the assessment of your health: highs, lows, daytime, nighttime and best day. Additionally, you can find your estimated A1C, average glucose reading, risk for hypoglycemia and more.
With CLARITY’s compare feature, you can evaluate your glucose improvement over time. Identify problem areas with the comprehensive data tool and evaluate if your diabetes management solutions are working.
Dexcom CLARITY’s overlay report compiles each day of glucose trend data into a weekly overview.
The Overlay report puts into context the frequency, duration and intensity of patterns of hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia. This gives you the ability to prioritize problems and find quick solutions.
Dexcom CLARITY offers immediate insight to patterns and potential management solutions to discuss with your health care team.
What other reports can I see on CLARITY?
The Dexcom data overlay graph provides a synopsis of daily glycemic control. This option, under the data tab and then select overlay report, allows you to see each day and identify patterns and outliers.
You can view, download, and print reports from CLARITY that will show you an overview, patterns, specific data or up to 90 days of data. Clear infographics make it easy to identify opportunities to modify your diabetes management plan to achieve better A1C goals.
CLARITY has the option to export data to Excel. You can export all the raw data from your home user account.
Will events entered into my Dexcom CGM receiver or Dexcom G5® Mobile App show up in CLARITY?
Any event that is entered into your Dexcom CGM receiver or Dexcom G5 Mobile App will show up on CLARITY graphs when your data is uploaded to CLARITY. For example, if “exercise” is entered at 5:00 p.m. on June 5, it will show up on all graphs that include June 5, after data is updated to CLARITY (about 3 hours after event is entered) or after you upload the receiver for that time period.
There are two ways to customize target glucose ranges in CLARITY from the Settings page:
Please note, changing glucose range settings in CLARITY will not affect the settings in your Dexcom CGM System.
If your doctor or other health care professional uses the CLARITY Clinic portal, the clinic can send you a Temporary Authorization Key in a Sharing Invitation (either printed or emailed to you). This is a special code you can enter into your CLARITY home user account or on the CLARITY Reports app to link your data with your doctor’s office. If your health care professional does not use the Clinic portal, your health care professional can still view your data. You can use the Dexcom CLARITY Reports app to generate a sharing code to allow your health care professional to view your data. You can also email and print PDF glucose reports prior to your appointment.
Do I have to send data to Dexcom CLARITY?
Using cloud-based technology, CLARITY automatically takes glucose data from the Dexcom G5® Mobile CGM System through your compatible smart device and allows you to access it by logging in to CLARITY. If you use your receiver, uploading your receiver into CLARITY allows you to combine any calibrations or events entered into the receiver with the data streaming from your smart device. Dexcom G4 receivers can also be uploaded to CLARITY.
Do I need a Dexcom account to access CLARITY?
Are you ready to put glucose in context with Dexcom CLARITY?
Brief Safety Statement: The web-based Dexcom CLARITY® software is intended for use by both home users and healthcare professionals to assist people with diabetes in the review, analysis, and evaluation of historical CGM data to support effective diabetes management. It is intended for use as an accessory to CGM devices with data interface capabilities. Caution: The software should not be relied on for medical advice. Home users must consult a Healthcare Professional before making any medical interpretation and therapy adjustments from the information in these Reports. The software does not provide any medical advice and should not be used for that purpose. Healthcare professionals should use information from the software in conjunction with other clinical information available to them.