Here you will find all the resources needed to get started. Be sure to read all the provided instructions and seek training from your healthcare provider before using the patch.
What can you expect with training?
Read technical specifications and in-depth information
Learn how to count units so you always get the right dose
Find out why users prefer our wearable insulin patch to pens or syringes
Ready to Wear The Revolution™?
Find out how to get started today!
Join the injection-free revolution and declare your independence from needles and pens for mealtime insulin! Request a Patient Starter Kit* from your healthcare provider or contact our CeQur Care team for more information.
* You will also need a prescription for CeQur Simplicity and a vial of U-100 rapid-acting insulin to get started. The Starter Kit will contain everything else you need to put CeQur Simplicity on your side.
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- Results from standardized dQ&A patient survey. Data on file at CeQur.