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What is Eversense implantable CGM?

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Meet the Eversense implantable CGM
Eversense implantable CGM.
London Medical is hosting a Diabetes Insights Day this coming Saturday
featuring the Eversense CGM System, the first (and only) implantable CGM sensor.
   
Being held at London Diabetes Centre, part of London Medical, this is an opportunity to find out about the latest treatments and technological developments available to help make life easier if you are living with diabetes. 
 
The Eversense reader transmits readings to your smartphone. 
A private clinic, if you haven't visited the London Diabetes Centre before, you can to see for yourself what goes on there. It's the UK's only 'one-stop' diabetes clinic, offering every aspect of diabetes care under one roof.
 
Speakers on the day include: Dr Pratik Choudhary, Dr Ralph Abraham, Dr Bobby Huda and Dr Dinesh Kumar.
 
This is a free event for patients and non-patients of London Medical, but do book your place as they is a limit on numbers.
 
Saturday 16 September 2017, 10am to 2:30pm.
49, Marylebone High Street, London, W1U 5HH
 
 
To find out more about Eversense, see the info below.
 
Sue 
Sue Marshall, Editor 

 

 
Read more about implantable technology in our previous issue. Just click the front cover image.
 
To find out more about Eversense implantable CGM, CLICK HERE and choose Eversense from the drop-down box to have information sent to you from Accu-Chek (Roche) the UK distributors of the product.
Diabetes Healthcare Information, Desang Media Solutions, UK, KT14 United Kingdom
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