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What is Needed to Start


Professionally inserted by a physician during a medical visit. Minor procedure.


Transmitter sits outside of the body and is held on by an adhesive. Sends data every 5 minutes to a connected mobile device.


Real-time glucose measurements sent to a compatible mobile-device or smart watch. No need for a separate receiver. Available for both iOS and Android devices.

Watch and Learn

Intro to Eversense

Sensor Insertion

Using Eversense

Device Details

Affordability and Access

Sometimes covered. Insertion and removal require a Health Care Provider. Insertion costs $100-$300, and removal costs $100-$400. Sensor and transmitter cost $800-$1400. 

Data Monitoring Options

CGM data can upload automatically to the web-based Eversense data management system (EDMS) from the Eversense mobile app. 

Data View Options

Eversense mobile app receives and displays data in easy-to-read charts and graphs that can be shared with family and friends through the Eversense NOW app.

Duration and Storage

180 Days
Sensor lasts 180 days, but a physician must implant it. Transmitter must be charged daily. 

Vision / Auditory / Dexterity

YES text to speech
vibration alerts
dexterity needed

Patient Considerations


Longest lasting sensor fits comfortably under the skin. Minor procedure is required.

Active Lifestyle

Water-resistant transmitter when submerged in 1 meter of water for up to 30 minutes and must be within 25 feet of the connected smart device.

Avoiding Highs and Lows

On-body vibration alerts when blood glucose levels are higher or lower than the set range. Trend arrows show the direction glucose is heading, with the rate of change. 

Easy to Use

Minor procedure. Requires insertion by a physician during a medical visit. 

Easy Insulin Dosing

Predictive alerts make insulin dosing easier by tracking high and low trends.

Fewer Fingersticks

2 daily finger-sticks are needed to calibrate the sensor. 


Somewhat discreet. Tiny sensor is implanted under the skin, so the user can be discreet when needed. Ability to see sugar on watch or phone. Sensor not movable on body and requires regular meter use.