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Insulet Omnipod DASH®

The Omnipod DASH consists of two simple parts: a wearable, tubeless insulin Pod and a smartphone-like Personal Diabetes Manager (PDM). Omnipod DISPLAY® and Omnipod VIEW® apps are available to view and share insulin management data.


The Pod Features

  • On-demand Insulin Delivery

Up to 72 hours (three days)

  • Daily Injection-proof Design

No multiple daily injections when delivering insulin

  • Waterproof* Device

Wear the Pod in the water (keep the PDM dry)

  • Tangle-proof Tubeless System

The PDM Features

  • Pod Site Tracker

Promotes regular site rotation and skin integrity

  • Intuitive Design
  • Wireless Connection

Remotely make adjustment to the insulin dose based on activity level and meal choices

Omnipod DISPLAY®

View all Omnipod DASH insulin management data on a personal smartphone

Omnipod VIEW®

Parents and caregivers of an Omnipod user can monitor glucose data and insulin history

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Important Safety Information: The Omnipod DASH® Insulin Management System is intended for subcutaneous delivery of insulin at set and variable rates for the management of diabetes mellitus in persons requiring insulin.
Additionally, the Omnipod DASH® System is interoperable with a compatible blood glucose meter to receive and display blood glucose measurements. The Omnipod DASH® System has been tested and found to be safe for use
with the following U-100 insulin: NovoLog®, Humalog®, Apidra®, Fiasp®, Lyumjev®, or Admelog®. Refer to the Omnipod DASH® Insulin Management System User Guide at for complete safety information including
indications, contraindications, warnings, cautions, and instructions.
Omnipod, DASH, Omnipod DISPLAY and Omnipod VIEW are trademarks or registered trademarks of Insulet Corporation and used with permission. All rights reserved.

*The Pod has an IP28 rating for up to 25 feet for 60
minutes. The PDM is not waterproof.

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