Minute Insight: Senseonics Eversense E3 CGM Receives CE Mark, Launch Planned For Q3
Sensonics received the CE mark for its next-generation E3 CGM with plans to launch in the third quarter. It will be facing stiff competition from CGM makers Dexcom and Abbott in the European market.
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Senseonics announced the long-awaited FDA approval of its Eversense E3 implantable CGM, featuring a sensor that lasts up to six months. The company is also developing a one-year version of Eversense and a transmitter-less version, but the stock market is disappointed with its sales projections.
Minute Insight: Abbott Wins Expanded FDA Approval For Proclaim XR Spinal Cord Stimulator For Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy
Abbott said a major competitive benefit of the Proclaim XR SCS system is the battery life of up to 10 years at low settings.
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