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Insulet Omnipod® Insulin Pump

Omnipod® is a completely tubeless system containing an internal reservoir, insertion components and pumping mechanism in one pod.
  • Delivers insulin without shots or tubing
  • Insulin reservoir, angled infusion, automated inserter, pumping mechanism and power supply are all built-in
  • Inserts cannula automatically, then needle retracts
  • Wirelessly communicates with a Personal Diabetes Manager (PDM)
  • The PDM includes an integrated blood glucose meter that can be used to check blood glucose and integrates with on-board suggested bolus calculator
  • PDM stores and summarizes insulin delivery, blood glucose and carbohydrate records
  • Data is downloaded to CoPilot® Health Management System
  • The handheld PDM works up to 5 ft. away
  • Waterproof

Specifications

  • Memory: 90 days
  • Use with Water: Waterproof – 25 ft. for 1 hr.
  • Size of Pod: 1.53″ x 2.05″ x 0.57″
  • Weight: 0.88 oz., when empty
  • Battery: Two AAA alkaline batteries
  • Backlight: Yes, PDM
  • Screen Display: PDM – Large color LCD screen
  • Available Colors: Black PDM
  • Basal Rate Minimum Start: 0.05 units
  • Total Basal Rates/Profiles: 7 programs with up to 24 segments each
  • Temporary Basal Rate: Yes
  • Minimum Bolus Increments: 0.5 units
  • Reservoir Capacity: 200 units
  • Data Management: CoPilot® Health Management System with OmniPod Extension v. 2.0
  • Compatibility: Depends on program
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