Features

  • Approved for kids
  • Auto Basal Insulin Adjustment
  • Auto basal insulin suspension
  • Auto correction boluses
  • Combo pump-CGM
  • Communicates with meter
  • Contains food database
  • Insulin-to-carb ratio fractions
  • No tubing
  • Remote bolus function
  • Remote updates option
  • Shares data with family via app
  • View data via smartphone app

Pumps

An insulin pump continuously releases short- or rapid-acting insulin throughout the day and night to help you reach your blood sugar (blood glucose) targets. Meal and correction insulin can be delivered with ease by pushing buttons. Wearing a pump can give you more freedom with your meal planning and physical activity. It may also lead to increasing the amount of time you spend in your target blood sugar range (usually 70–180 mg/dL) over time and lowering your A1C.

There are two types of insulin pumps: those connected to the body with tubing or worn directly on the body. Several insulin pumps communicate with a continuous glucose monitor (CGM). These pumps may use CGM glucose data to automatically adjust background (basal) insulin, deliver a correction (bolus) dose of insulin or temporarily stop insulin delivery if glucose drops too low.


MiniMed 630G System

MiniMed 630G System

Medtronic Diabetes

300-unit reservoir

MiniMed 770G System

MiniMed 770G System

Medtronic

300-unit reservoir

Omnipod Dash

Omnipod Dash

Insulet Corp.

200-unit reservoir built into Pod

V-Go

V-Go

Zealand Pharma

56, 66, or 76 total units of insulin, depending on model (24-hour use)