Eversense measures glucose in the interstitial fluid under the skin of the higher arm through the use of a polymer that fluoresces in response to the levels of blood sugar. The data is then despatched to a transmitter that shows the blood glucose levels in actual time. In 2019, D-Base was permitted in the EU for use by medical professionals in clinical trials and diabetes facilities. Additionally, DiaMonTech is engaged on smaller versions of the know-how, together with a handheld device known as D-Pocket and a small sensor that can be used in wearable devices.
- The data is then sent to a transmitter that shows the blood glucose levels in actual time.
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