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TIME IN RANGE IS A VALUABLE INDICATOR OF GLYCEMIC CONTROL AND PATIENT RISK

 
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Glucose control influences macrovascular disease,¹ mortality and cardiovascular disease in T1DM.² A1C is the established reference marker for assessing glucose control, but additional biomarkers and measures may aid in making a more precise evaluation of control and complications risk than A1C alone.³
 
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Time in range is a valuable predictor of patient risk and outcomes⁴

  1. $1.6B estimated annual costs for hypoglycemia-related hospitalizations in the US.⁵
  2. Time in range is strongly associated with lower risk of complications.⁶
  3. A TIR of 70% and 50% corresponded with an average A1C of approximately 7% and 8%, respectively.⁷
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Eversense patients achieve a median 63% time in range8

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UNIQUELY DESIGNED TO IMPROVE GLYCEMIC AWARENESS. DAY AND NIGHT.

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To find out more about our real-world time in range data, download our study: Real-World Data from the First U.S. Commercial Users of an Implantable Continuous Glucose Sensor

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The advanced sensor technology and under-the-skin placement help patients reach unprecedented levels of wear time, leading to improved clinical outcomes.