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Medtronic MiniMed™ 780G system

The only system with meal detection technology* that provides automatic adjustments and corrections to sugar levels every 5 minutes§

Specifications

  • Automatically delivers correction doses every 5 minutes, to help cover undercounted carbs and an occasionally missed meal dose,4
  • Only system with flexible glucose targets as low as 100 mg/dL to more closely mirror the sugar levels of someone living without diabetes
  • No fingersticks** while using the system in automation with SmartGuard™ technology
  • Helps prevent highs and lows day and night, with less work for you to do

*Taking a bolus 15 – 20 minutes before a meal helps to keep blood sugar levels under control after eating.

† Refers to auto correct, which provides bolus assistance. Can deliver all auto correction doses automatically without user interaction, feature can be turned on and off.

§ Refers to SmartGuard™ feature. Individual results may vary

**Fingersticks required in manual mode & to enter SmartGuard™. If symptoms don’t match alerts & readings, use a fingerstick. Refer to user guide. Pivotal trial participants spend avg of > 93% in SmartGuard™.

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Description

IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION: MINIMED™ 780G SYSTEM WITH SMARTGUARD™ TECHNOLOGY WITH GUARDIAN™ SENSOR (3)
The MiniMed™ 780G system is intended for continuous delivery of basal insulin at selectable rates, and the administration of insulin boluses at selectable amounts for the management of type 1 diabetes mellitus in persons seven years of age and older requiring insulin as well as for the continuous monitoring and trending of glucose levels in the fluid under the skin. The MiniMed™ 780G system includes SmartGuard™ technology, which can be programmed to automatically adjust insulin delivery based on the continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) sensor glucose values and can suspend delivery of insulin when the sensor glucose (SG) value falls below or is predicted to fall below predefined threshold values.


The Medtronic MiniMed™ 780G system consists of the following devices: MiniMed™ 780G insulin pump, the Guardian™ Link (3) transmitter, the Guardian™ Sensor (3), One-press serter, the Accu-Chek™ Guide Link blood glucose meter, and the Accu-Chek™Guide test strips. The system requires a prescription from a healthcare professional.


The Guardian™ Sensor (3) is intended for use with the MiniMed™ 780G system and the Guardian™ Link (3) transmitter to monitor glucose levels for the management of diabetes. The sensor is intended for single use and requires a prescription. The Guardian™ Sensor (3) is indicated for seven days of continuous use.


The Guardian™ Sensor (3) is not intended to be used directly to make therapy adjustment while the MiniMed™ 780G system is operating in manual mode. All therapy adjustments in manual mode should be based on measurements obtained using a blood glucose meter and not on values provided by the Guardian™ Sensor (3). The Guardian™ Sensor (3) is indicated for abdomen and buttock insertion for users ages 7-13 years, and abdomen and arm insertion for user ages 14 years and older.

WARNING: Do not use the SmartGuard™ feature for people who require less than 8 units or more than 250 units of total daily insulin per day. A total daily dose of at least 8 units, but no more than 250 units, is required to operate in the SmartGuard™ feature.

WARNING: Do not use the MiniMed™ 780G system until appropriate training has been received from a healthcare professional. Training is essential to ensure the safe use of the MiniMed™ 780G system.

WARNING: Do not use SG values to make treatment decisions, including delivering a bolus, while the pump is in Manual Mode. When the SmartGuard™ feature is active and you are no longer in Manual Mode, the pump uses an SG value, when available, to calculate a bolus amount. However, if your symptoms do not match the SG value, use a BG meter to confirm the SG value. Failure to confirm glucose levels when your symptoms do not match the SG value can result in the infusion of too much or too little insulin, which may cause hypoglycemia or hyperglycemia.

Pump therapy is not recommended for people whose vision or hearing does not allow for the recognition of pump signals, alerts, or alarms. The safety of the MiniMed™ 780G system has not been studied in pregnant women, persons with type 2 diabetes, or in persons using other anti-hyperglycemic therapies that do not include insulin. For complete details of the system, including product and important safety information such as indications, contraindications, warnings and precautions associated with the system and its components, please consult https://www.medtronicdiabetes.com/important-safety-information#minimed-780g and the appropriate user guide at https://www.medtronicdiabetes.com/download-library

Important Safety Information for MiniMed™ 780G System:
“MiniMed™ 780G system is for type 1 ages 7 and over. Prescription required. WARNING: Do not use SmartGuard™ feature for people who require less than 8 units or more than 250 units of insulin/day. For details, see https://bit.ly/780gRisks

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