What is an insulin pump?

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An insulin pump can be worn by people living with diabetes. It’s a small device that mimics some of the ways a pancreas works. It delivers continuous and customized doses of rapid-acting insulin 24 hours a day to match your body’s needs. Learn more about how insulin pump therapy works, the benefits of pump therapy and who it is suitable for.

For more information about insulin pump therapy: https://www.medtronicdiabetes.com/treatments/insulin-pump-therapy

The MiniMed 670G system is for type 1 ages 7 and over. Prescription Required.
WARNING: May not be safe under age 7 or using less than 8 units of insulin/day. For details, see http://bit.ly/670gRisks. Refers to Auto Mode. Some user interaction required. Individual results may vary.

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Enlite Sensor, Medtronic’s latest continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) sensor in diabetes therapy, now with the NEW One Press Inserter.
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27 Comments

  1. Medtronic Diabetes

    Give our team a call, Vishal. Our therapy specialists would be happy to help and can be reached at 800.646.4633 option #3. If you're outside the US, your local team can help and be can be found here: http://bit.ly/1ce3pEc

  2. Medtronic Diabetes

    Give us a call, Arturo! Our US team can be reached at 800.646.4633 option #3. If you're outside the US, your local team can be found here: http://bit.ly/1ce3pEc

  3. arturo torres

    Where can I buy for my 5 year old daughter

  4. Popy Karmakar

    I need the insulin pumo…so how price the insulin pump?

  5. Medtronic Diabetes

    While our insulin pumps do not require the use of sensors, our Guardian Link CGM is necessary to utilize SmartGuard features, like SmartGuard Auto Mode.

  6. Nguyễn Loan

    This machine no need sensor right?

  7. Medtronic Diabetes

    No. Insulin pumps are typically worn around the clock to manage your glucose levels.

  8. Iheartbirdss #Istandwithukraine

    When I’m not eatting can I take it off?

  9. Medtronic Diabetes

    Hi there, Nisha. This is a good conversation to have with a licensed healthcare provider. We cannot offer medical advice or a diagnosis.

  10. Jacob

    I chose not to choose the pump. im used to daily injection and doesn't bother me, and I don't want to worry about another device on my body with tubing

  11. John davidson

    Nice informative video sir, i lost 12 kgs weight in 2 months and i was so tensed and have my ha1bc test and the rating was not nice & i start the allopathic treatment but have less improvements. i was looking for some alternative medicines and find a diet chart and diabetes care pack that am using for 4 months now and my blood sugar levels and hab1c reports are also normal

  12. Anoop Kumar Srivastava

    M suffering from type 1 mellitus diabetes want this what the cost is???

  13. Lyn Johnson

    Do all pumps have a CGM? How does the pump know to give insulin without this wireless monitor?

  14. Enoque Rosa

    Excellent explanation. That is a great instrument for those who fear injecting themselves with insulin every time they want to go out with friends or do sports activities.

  15. Amrinder Dhaliwal

    Insulin is always stored in 2°-8° temperature and how can the insulin pump manage the temperature for insulin?

  16. abbaby555

    I'm gonna stick with giving myself a shot 3 times a day for now

  17. Joe Mattingly

    I just got this but have not started using it yet. What about swimming?

  18. Salah Asim

    I am 12 years old and I am diabetic. I have the insulin pump and sensor. I find it to be very useful and helpful.

  19. Hannah the Diabetic

    Hello Medtronic Diabetes. My name is Hannah and I am 12 years old and have diabetes. I have your 530G and the Enlite Sensor. I find it very useful. Thank you for your advanced technology so I can feel like a normal 12 year old.

  20. Sara McCormick

    I wish there was a video that went through every step of changing the elite sensor. All the videos I’ve found only cover insertion. It would be great to see one that covers everything
    Timing of sensor change
    Any pump settings that need to be made before removal
    Removal
    Cleaning
    Charging
    Best site location, orientation, etc.
    Insertion
    Everything else that we need to know

    I’m new to the sensor & Ive had so many questions. I wish there was a comprehensive video that covered everything. I am still unsure if I’m doing it all correctly even though I’ve changed my sensor twice.

  21. Diabetes Control T. V.

    Una herramienta mas. Buena opción en el control de la Diabetes.

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