Changing The Way Diabetes Is Managed

Eversense E3 is the only CGM system with a 6 month implantable sensor — giving patients the longest wear time ever, along with exceptional accuracy up to 6 months. Increase your patients’ satisfaction and utilization and help them break free from the burden of frequent, inconvenient and sometimes painful self-insertions.

The Eversense CGM 6-Month System

The Eversense sensor on a glucose monitoring system.


The sensor is inserted by an Eversense Inserter in the upper arm and continuously measures glucose for up to 6 months.

Eversense CGM smart transmitter device.

Smart Transmitter

Worn over the sensor, the transmitter wirelessly sends data to user’s mobile device; removable** and rechargeable with unique on-body vibe alerts.

Phone screen depicting cgm technology on the Eversense system app.

Mobile Application

Displays and updates real-time glucose readings every 5 minutes with intuitive graphical design to show if people are in or out of range. Remote real-time monitoring capability - up to 5 people.

The 6-Month Eversense CGM System

Long-Term Convenience

One sensor continuously for up to 6 months

Peace of Mind Accuracy

Exceptional accuracy over 6 months, including with hypoglycemia

Flexibility of Wear

Easy on, easy-off transmitter to fit your lifestyle**

Discreet Alerts

Distinct on-body vibe alerts when high or low

Gentle on Skin

Silicone-based fresh daily adhesive for comfort (can help reduce skin reactions)

Readings You Can Count On

Consistent accuracy over 6 months

The Only Implantable Sensor For Long-Term Wear

While all CGM systems use transcutaneous sensors that are inserted into the skin and last 7-14 days, the Eversense sensor is inserted completely under the skin. The Eversense CGM system lasts up to 6 months — eliminating the hassle and discomfort of frequent sensor insertions. Simply put, it makes managing your diabetes so much easier.


Solving The Unmet Needs Of Cgm Technology


Patients with diabetes receive clinical benefit from continuous glucose monitoring when the sensor is worn more than 70% of the time.1 Limitations of CGM technology have led some to discontinue use after just the first year.2

Current CGM users cited key improvements they desire.3

  • "Longer sensor wear"
  • "Better accuracy"
  • "Better sensor adhesive"

Clinically Proven Accurate Through 6 Months4

Multi-site prospective pivotal clinical trial of 181 type 1 and type 2 diabetes participants.

The Eversense system sensor stat.

Only 2 sensors per year with
Eversense E3 vs 26-52 sensor changes with traditional CGMS

8.5% Overall MARD4*

Proven high user acceptability


Reported improved confidence over control of their diabetes5


Reported less day-to-day burden5



were more motivated to keep up
with diabetes management5


of users would choose to be inserted again5

A Simple, Safe And Straightforward Process

The non-enzymatic sensor is inserted into the subcutaneous space using aseptic technique. It is a simple in-office procedure for your patient, normally twice a year.

The first step of the Eversense system long term CGM insertion process.

Step One

A small ~5mm incision is made into the skin

The second step of the Eversense system implantable CGM insertion process.

Step Two

The sensor is placed using the custom insertion tool.

The third step of the Eversense system implantable CGM insertion process.

Step Three

Steri-strips™ and Tegaderm are placed over the incision, followed by the transmitter

Man lifting weights while wearing a longterm CGM for diabetes.

"I Love That It's Water-Resistant, So When I'm Swimming Laps Or Sweating At The Gym,
It Still Works.***"

- Matt, Eversense CGM User -


Education & Resources

Browse training videos, guides and more.

Woman using her laptop to learn about the 180 day CGM.

Reimbursement Guide

Understand the three components of Eversense Reimbursement.

Young couple researching implantable CGM options on a tablet.

Contact Us

To learn more about Eversense CGM and how to get started:

Give us a call at 1-844-736-7348

*Eversense E3 CGM Systems include the Eversense E3 Sensor with sacrificial boronic acid (SBA) design modification.  In the PROMISE study, MARD of 8.5% was observed in the E3 Sensor with SBA, and MARD of 9.1% was observed in primary sensor without SBA design modification.
†On a compatible android or iOS device. For a full list of compatible devices, please click here
**There is no glucose data generated when the transmitter is off
***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. Battelino T, Danne T, Bergenstal R, et al. Clinical Targets for Continuous Glucose Monitoring Data Interpretation: Recommendations From The International Consensus on Time in Range. Diabetes Care 2019; 42: 1595-1597. doi: 10.2337/dci19-0028.
2. Yu, S., & Varughese B, et al. (2018). Healthcare resource waste associated with Patient Nonadherence and Early discontinuation of Traditional continuous glucose monitoring in Real-world Settings: A MULTICOUNTRY ANALYSIS. Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics, 20(6), 420-427. doi: 10.1089/dia.2017.0435.
3. dQ&A Q1 2021 Panel survey.
4. Garg S. et al.. Evaluation of Accuracy and Safety of the Next-Generation Up to 180-Day Long-Term Implantable Eversense Continuous Glucose Monitoring System: The PROMISE Study. Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics 2021; 24(2): 1-9. DOI: 10.1089/dia.2021.0182.
5. Barnard et al. Acceptability of Implantable Continuous Glucose Monitoring Sensor. Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology 2018, Vol. 12(3) 634–638