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The FDA reviewed both device performance data and the new Eversense Mobile App, and determined that Eversense is safe for making diabetes treatment decisions without a confirmatory fingerstick (also known as “non-adjunctive use”). Treatment decisions include determining a patient’s insulin dose and whether or not they should consume carbohydrates. Always consult with your Health Care Provider prior to making changes to treatment, diet or exercise.

No, fingersticks are still required in the following situations:

  • For daily calibrations (2 times/day).
  • When symptoms do not match the glucose reading displayed on the Eversense Mobile App.
  • If the Eversense Mobile App does not show both a number and a trend arrow.
  • If users are taking medications of the tetracycline class.