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HOW CAN WE HELP YOU?

 
 
Resource Library
This easily searchable online library contains all the vital information, guides, videos and documents you may need on your journey.
FAQS
It’s understandable to have a lot of questions about a new CGM system. No question is too basic. Click here to read some of the most common questions about Eversense.
Compatibility
Get information about compatible devices and browsers.
DATA MANAGEMENT
Evaluate your glucose improvement over time with our data management system (DMS) – a web-based application that enables you to upload glucose readings from your Eversense Mobile App without having to use a cable.
 
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

 

What is CGM?

Continuous Glucose Monitoring, or CGM, is the process of automatically measuring the amount of sugar (glucose) in your body every few minutes with a sensor that is placed under your skin. The continuous readings allow the system to use the data to predict the direction your glucose level is heading and will display that information as an arrow. With the actual value of your glucose, plus the arrow, you can see more about what is happening with your glucose

How does CGM differ from testing with a blood glucose meter?

CGM systems available today measure glucose in the interstitial fluid – the fluid between your cells just under the skin. Since CGM is measuring glucose in a different part of your body, it will not be the same concentration as in your blood, but very similar. A blood glucose meter requires that you take a small sample of blood from your fingertip and place it on a test strip that’s inserted inside a meter. The meter provides a glucose value based on the amount of glucose in the blood sample at that moment. CGM automatically and continuously provides glucose values every few minutes, using a sensor inserted just below your skin. The glucose level taken from your blood can be different from the glucose level in the fluid below your skin. With ordinary CGM and FGM systems, you must insert a new sensor through the skin every 7-14 days. With the Eversense CGM System, a single sensor lasts for months.

Is CGM better than testing with a meter?

One significant benefit of CGM is that it provides a “moving” picture of how your glucose levels change over time without samples from fingersticks. This can make it easier to see how diet, exercise and other health factors affect your glucose levels. CGM also provides alerts to let you know if your glucose levels are changing rapidly or approaching unsafe levels. Published research studies show using CGM regularly can reduce A1c without increasing hypoglycemia*.
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