SAFE, STRAIGHTFORWARD, SIMPLE.

Break free from frequent and sometimes painful self-insertions weekly or bi-weekly. The Eversense sensor is carefully placed under the skin by a trained health care provider and lasts up to 6 months.

HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT

We understand getting any type of procedure can be stressful. That's why we make the insertion and removal process as simple, pain-free and safe as possible. It usually takes just a few minutes.

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of users would choose to be inserted again1

  • Two brief office visits per year to insert and remove the sensor in just several minutes
  • Insertion and removal process normally takes a few minutes each
  • Most insertions and removals heal within a few days

TWO SIMPLE IN-OFFICE PROCEDURES. UP TO 6 MONTHS OF CONTINUOUS GLUCOSE MONITORING.

Sensor Insertion

Step one of the insertion process for a wearable glucose monitor.

Step One

~5 mm incision in upper arm under local aneesthesia

Step two of the insertion process for a wearable glucose monitor.

Step Two

Sensor inserted with custom inserter

Step three of the insertion process for a wearable glucose monitor.

Step Three

Steri-strips™ to close

Sensor Removal

Step one of the insertion process removal for a wearable glucose monitor.

Step One

5-6 mm incision in upper arm under local anesthetic

Step two of the insertion process removal for a wearable glucose monitor.

Step Two

Sensor removed with clamp

Step three of the insertion process removal for a wearable glucose monitor.

Step Three

Steri-strips® to close

"THE SENSOR PLACEMENT
WENT REALLY WELL. I FELT NOTHING...**"

- Yvonne, Eversense CGM User -

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*Up to 6 months
**The opinions expressed belong solely to the individual. This information provides general information only. It is not intended to be used as medical advice, diagnosis or treatment and should not replace the advice of a Health Care Provider.

1. Barnard et al. Acceptability of Implantable Continuous Glucose Monitoring Sensor. Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology 2018, Vol. 12(3) 634–638.