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FEAR AND LACK OF CONFIDENCE NEGATIVELY IMPACTS CONTROL¹

 
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A significant number of people with diabetes suffer from fear of hypoglycemia.

This can not only worsen control and complication risk, but it can also lead to increased anxiety. Confidence and self-care play a significant role in controlling diabetes by motivating patients toward positive behavior change, and helping to eliminate fears and perceived barriers.

EVERSENSE USERS REPORT INCREASED MOTIVATION, CONFIDENCE AND CONTROL

Participants in the PRECISE clinical trial reported improvements on all domains of the Diabetes Distress Scale (DDS) and an increased sense of safety, confidence and reduced emotional burden.²

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reported that it minimized the burden of diabetes

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reported improved confidence over their diabetes control

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were more motivated to keep up with diabetes management

OVERWHELMING MAJORITY OF EVERSENSE USERS FEEL OPTIMISTIC AND SAFE3

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Feeling safer
when sleeping

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Optimistic about avoiding long-term complications

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More confident about avoiding severe hypoglycemia

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A LIFESTYLE FRIENDLY DESIGN THAT IMPROVES WEAR TIME AND CONFIDENCE

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The first and only long-term CGM system.

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Implantable sensor eliminates self-insertions and site maintenance.

four sensor changes per year

Silicone-based, gentle adhesive has shown

NO IRRITATION OR ADVERSE REACTIONS.3*

* Over 9,773 sensor wear days

Enhanced psychosocial outcomes are linked to duration of CGM use.4,5

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Average daily use3,6

 

To find out more about improvements in emotional burden and Quality of Life measures, download our study: Acceptability of Implantable Continuous Glucose Monitoring Sensor

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