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CeQur Simplicity™ is the revolutionary mealtime insulin patch that gives patients the freedom to live life on their own terms.

Convenient

Can be worn for up to 3 days5

Water-resistant5

Holds up to 200 units of rapid-acting insulin1

Easy to useand learn, <30 minutes of training1

Discreet

Less pain encourages adherence3

Clinically shown to reduce A1C, increase TIR1

One patch replaces nine mealtime injections

Small, flexible cannula for painless insulin delivery5

Injection-Free

Can be worn and dosed under clothing

One click administers two units of insulin 

Thin (<4 stacked quarters), compact, (65 x 36 mm), and lightweight (10 gm)1

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Introduce your patients to CeQur Simplicity, the revolutionary patch that delivers injection-free mealtime insulin. It’s not a pen. It’s not a pump. It’s a wearable insulin patch! Using a tiny, flexible cannula, CeQur Simplicity delivers rapid-acting insulin under the skin. It changes the way patients dose for meals and correction boluses, giving them freedom from multiple daily injections.

Learn more about why Dr. Levy prescribes CeQur Simplicity.






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    CeQur Simplicity is a revolutionary patch that delivers injection-free mealtime insulin.

    It’s not a pen. It’s not a pump. It’s a wearable insulin patch!

    Using a tiny, flexible cannula, you can deliver rapid-acting insulin under your skin.

    It changes the way you dose for meals and correction boluses, eliminating the need for multiple daily injections.

    References
    1. Bergenstal R, Peyrot M, Dreon D, Aroda V, Bailey T, Brazg R, Frias J, Johnson M, Klonoff D, Kruger D, Ramtoola S, Rosenstock J, Serusclat P, Weinstock R, Naik R, Shearer D, Zraick V, Levy B on behalf of the Calibra Study Group. 2019. Implementation of Basal-Bolus Therapy in Type 2 Diabetes: A Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing Bolus Insulin Delivery Using an Insulin Patch with an Insulin Pen. Diabetes Technology and Therapeutics 21 (5):1-13.
    2. Johnson ML, Dreon DM, Levy BL, Richter S, Mullen D, Bergenstal R. 2018. Comparing Patch vs. Pen Bolus Insulin Delivery in Type 2 Diabetes Using Continuous Glucose Monitoring Metrics and Profiles. Diabetes 2018 Jul; 67(Supplement 1).
    3. Zraick V, Dreon D, Nalk R, Shearer D, Crawford S, Bradford J, Levy B. 2016. Patient User Experience Evaluation of Bolus Patch Insulin Delivery System. Poster presented at the American Diabetes Association’s 76th Scientific Sessions. Abstract 995-P. New Orleans, LA, USA.
    4. Peyrot M, Dreon D, Zraick V, Cross B, Tan MH. 2018. Patient Perceptions and Preferences for a Mealtime Insulin Delivery Patch. Diabetes Therapy. 9(1):297–307.
    5. Dreon D, Hannon T, Cross B, Carter B, Mercer N, Nguyen J, Tran A , Melendez P, Morales N, Nelson J, Tan M. 2018. Laboratory and Benchtop Performance of a Mealtime Insulin-Delivery System. Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology. 12(4):817-827.
    6. Battelino T, Danne T, Bergenstal R, Amiel S, Beck R, Biester T, Bosi E, Buckingham B, Cefalu W, Close K, Cobelli C, Dassau E, DeVries J, Donaghue K, Dovc K, Doyle F, Garg S, Grunberger G, Heller S, Heinemann L, Hirsch I, Hovorka R, Jia W, Kordonouri O, Kovatchev B, Kowalski A, Laffel L, Levine B, Mayorov A, Mathieu C, Murphy H, Nimri R, Nørgaard K, Parkin C, Renard E, Rodbard D, Saboo B, Schatz D, Stoner K, Urakami T, Weinzimer S, Phillip M. 2019. Clinical Targets for Continuous Glucose Monitoring Data Interpretation: Recommendations From the International Consensus on Time in Range. Diabetes Care Aug 2019, 42 (8) 1593-1603.
    7. Bohannon N, Bergenstal R, Cuddihy R, Kruger D, List S, Massaro E, Molich M, Raskin P, Remtema H, Strowig S, Whitehouse F, Brunelle R, Dreon D, Tan M. 2011. Comparison of a Novel Insulin Bolus-Patch with Pen/Syringe Injection to Deliver Mealtime Insulin for Efficacy, Preference, and Quality of Life in Adults with Diabetes: A Randomized, Crossover, Multicenter Study. Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics. 13(10):1031-1037.
    8. 2020 HEDIS Measures summary of changes. HEDIS Measures and Technical Resources 2020  [cited 2020 March 9]; available from: https://www.ncqa.org/hedis/measures/comprehensive-diabetes-care/.
    9. Peyrot M, et al. Correlates of insulin injection omission. Diabetes Care. 2010; 33(2): p. 242-243 charts, discussion p. 244.
    10. Barry R, Johns DON, Rees B. 2329-PUB: Transitioning T2DM Patients to Basal-Bolus Insulin Leads to Sustainable A1C Improvement. Diabetes, 2019. 68(Supplement 1): p. 2329-PUB. This is a post-hoc analysis done on Bergenstal Trial.

    11. Results from standardized dQ&A patient survey. Data on file at CeQur.