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Medtronic MiniMed TM 630G Insulin Pump System

The MiniMed TM 630G Insulin Pump System is a complete solution designed for advanced diabetes control.
  • Waterproof design with a user-friendly color screen and simple menu
  • Built-in CGM allows for wireless transmittal of glucose information
  • Remote insulin dosing with the Bolus Wizard®, which helps to calculate mealtime insulin and may avoid insulin stacking
  • Continuously delivers insulin, with a tubing change needed only every two or three days
  • Multiple insulin delivery settings to meet unique needs
  • Enlite Sensor® sends readings to insulin pump every 5 minutes, helping to identify trends and make adjustments
  • CGM tracks glucose levels throughout the day, including the effects of food or exercise
  • Predictive alerts given up to 30 minutes ahead, if trending high or low
CCS Medical offers Ascensia Diabetes Care strips for use with Medtronic pumps for many insurance plans.

Specifications

Insulin Pump Specs:

  • Memory: 90 days minimum
  • Use with Water: Immersion for 24-hours at a depth of up to 12 ft.
  • Size: 2.1″ x 3.78″ x 0.96″
  • Weight: 3.38 oz.
  • Battery: Use lithium, alkaline, or rechargeable batteries
  • Backlight: Yes, backlight time-out 15 seconds, 30 seconds, one minute, and three minutes
  • Screen Display: Color screen with auto-brightness
  • Available Colors: Black
  • Basal Rate Minimum Start: 0.025 units (up to 25 units)
  • Total Basal Rates/Profiles: 5 basal patterns + work day/sick day
  • Temporary Basal Rate: Yes (manually set and 8 preset temp basal rates available)
  • Minimum Bolus Increments: 0.025 units
  • Reservoir Capacity: 300 units (no minimum fill)
  • Data Management: Device can be uploaded via Contour® Next 2.4 Link meter to CareLink TM System
  • Compatibility: Check the Medtronic site (medtronicdiabetes.com) for support

CGM Specs:

  • Sensor Life: 7 days
  • Angle of Sensor Insertion: 90 degrees, with one-press serter
  • Sensor Gauge: 27
  • Receiver: Displays on pump screen
  • Displays Directional Trends: Yes
  • Displays Glucose Numbers: Yes, every 5 minutes
  • Approved Age Range: Ages 14 years+ with Guardian TM Sensor 3Ages 16 years+ with Enlite® Sensor
  • Customizable Alarms for High & Low Settings: Yes
  • Alarms for Hypoglycemia: Yes, will suspend on low if alarm is not recognized, insulin delivery suspends for 2 hours and will alert 30 minutes before a user-selected low (90 mg/dL – 60 mg/dL)
  • Range of Receiver to Transmitter: 6 ft.
  • Transmitter Batteries: Rechargeable (transmitter needs to be recharged every 7 days)
  • Transmitter Size: 1.4″ x 1.2″ x 0.37″
  • Water Resistant Sensor and Transmitter: Yes, depth of 8 ft. for 20 mins.
  • Download Capability: Device can be uploaded via Contour® Next 2.4 Link meter to CareLink TM System
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Frequently Asked Questions

Who is responsible for getting the insurance authorizations for medical supplies?

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How much will a patient have to pay for his or her product?

Do I need to apply for Medicare when I turn 65?

Who can receive benefits for diabetes self-management training?

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How much is reimbursed for each product?

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Are there limits on the quantity of diabetes supplies that Medicare will reimburse?

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If I am 65 and ready to retire and my employer is going to provide me with benefits, do I need Medicare?

Does Medicare cover my spouse and family?

In general, Medicare is “individual” insurance. However, sometimes spouses and children can become eligible for Medicare based on the wage earner's work record. For questions about Medicare eligibility, contact the Social Security Administration at 1-800-772-1213.

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