Eversense Sensor2019-02-28T12:57:30+00:00

Eversense Subcutaneously-Implanted CGM Sensor

No need for weekly sensor insertions and site maintenance.

Unlike traditional blood glucose sensors, the Eversense Sensor is implanted subcutaneously in the upper arm by a trained health care provider. No part of the sensor shows through the skin surface.

Encased in a biocompatible material, the sensor utilizes a patented fluorescent, glucose-indicating polymer technology to measure glucose in the interstitial fluid. The measurement is then relayed to the smart transmitter. The measurement and display of glucose values is done automatically, without the need for user intervention.

Important News – Your Eversense Sensor can now safely remain in place during an MRI

We are pleased to announce that the Eversense Sensor is no longer contraindicated with most MRIs—which means your Eversense Sensor does not have to be removed prior to having an MRI. However, the Eversense Smart Transmitter, like other CGM transmitters, MUST BE REMOVED and stored outside the procedure room before undergoing an MRI procedure.

Please download and print the updated Eversense Medical Device Notification Card (PDF) to keep in your wallet. You will want to share the information on this card with any physician prescribing an MRI and the MRI staff so they can ensure that all the necessary specifications are met.

For complete safety information, go to:
https://www.eversensediabetes.com/safety-info.

DOWNLOAD WALLET CARD

Features & Functions

  • Sensor lasts up to 3 months — no weekly sensor insertions

  • Professional insertion procedure

  • Fully implanted with no sensor part showing through the skin

  • Accurate over the 3-month period with a MARD of 8.5%*

*40-400 mg/dL
* Data on file
Eversense Subcutaneously Implanted Continuous Blood Glucose Monitoring Sensor

Professional Insertion Procedure

1. Make Incision

5 mm Incision made in upper arm to subcutaneously implant the sensor

~5 mm Incision in upper arm
under local anesthetic

2. Insert Sensor

A sensor is implanted under the skin

Sensor inserted with custom inserter

3. Close insertion site

Illustration of Senseonics Sensor in a patient.

Steri-StripsTM to close

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