A 90-day trial involving patients with Type I and Type II diabetes showed that Senseonics‘ (NYSE:SENS) implantable continuous glucose monitor was safe and accurate compared to reference glucose values, according to a study published in Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics.
The single-arm study enrolled 90 participants and implanted them with Senseonics’ Eversense device, which sends glucose data every five minutes to a transmitter. The transmitter then communicates that data to a mobile app, which displays the values in real-time. The system also includes alarms to warn the user if they’re approaching hyper- or hypoglycemia.
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