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Eversense – Implantable CGM

Eversense – Implantable CGM

Eversense – Implantable CGM

Eversense is the first and only Continuous Glucose Monitoring system with an implantable sensor that lasts up to 90 days.

The Eversense CGM System provides continuous glucose monitoring for up to 3 months via an implantable sensor, a removable and rechargeable smart transmitter, and convenient smartphone app.

Eversense Smart Transmitter

  • Rechargeable smart transmitter with warranty for 12 months
  • Super-thin profile of only 0.35”
  • Water-resistant
  • Unique vibration patterns for low and high glucose events
  • Wireless, automatic data transfer to your Eversense DMS account to share with your healthcare provider
  • Kit box includes charging cradle, cable, wall plug, user guide and quick reference guide

Eversense Adhesives

  • Gentle, silicone-based
  • Designed to be freshly changed daily
  • 90-day supply when sensor is place
  • 90 white adhesives and 10 clear with every sensor

Eversense Sensor

  • Tiny sensor, 18.5mm X 3.5mm, inserted completely under the skin for up to 3 months
  • In-office placement by your doctor takes just a few minutes
  • Non-enzymatic, fluorescence-based sensing technology with proven accuracy
  • Wirelessly sends glucose data to smart transmitter every 5 minutes

Exceptional accuracy and precision.

The continuous glucose monitoring sensors are designed to successfully manage diabetes
by providing a consistent and accurate monitoring of your glucose level.

Key benefits:

• Know the direction your glucose levels are going.

• Get notified of your lows and highs throughout the day or while you are sleeping.

• See how food, physical activity, and medications affect your glucose levels.

Our diabetes specialists are available to help you learn more about CGMs.

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