One short appointment, no self-insertions ever.
Unlike ordinary glucose sensors, the Eversense Sensor is professionally implanted in the upper arm beneath the skin's surface.
Encased in a biocompatible material, the sensor uses fluorescence-based technology to measure glucose in the interstitial fluid that reversibly binds to the glucose-indicating polymer. The measurement and display of glucose values are both done automatically, without the need for user intervention.
Eversense Long Lasting Sensor
Sensor lasts up to 180 days — no weekly sensor insertions
Professional insertion and removal in doctor’s office
Fully implanted with no sensor part sticking through skin
Accurate throughout the sensor life with a MARD of 9.4%*
* 2.2-22.2 mmol/L(40-400 mg/dL)
* Aronson, et. Al., Oral presentation at ADA 2018.
Professional Insertion Procedure
1. Sensor location
You and your health care provider agree on a location on your upper arm where the sensor will be placed. A 5 mm incision is made in the upper arm under local anesthetic.
2. Sensor inserted
Your health care provider uses a customized tool to create a small pocket where the sensor is placed.
3. Close insertion site
The incision is closed with a Steri-StripTM
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