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Insulet Omnipod®5

Tubeless, automated insulin delivery
  • Helps keep you in range during the day and at night
  • No multiple daily injections, tubes, or fingersticks
  • Cleared for people with type 1 diabetes ages 2 years and older
*Fingersticks required for diabetes treatment decisions if symptoms or expectations do not match readings. 



Pod Features 

  • Tubeless, wearable, waterproof 
  • Up to 72 hours of continuous insulin delivery 
  • Automatic 
  • System control from a compatible smartphone 

Software Features 

  • Automatically adjusts insulin delivery 
  • Customized target glucose settings 
  • SmartBolus Calculator 
  • Activity feature used during exercise  

Increased time in range – Reduced time below range 

Lower A1C

Adapted to you- adapt with every Pod change to meet your unique insulin needs and adjusts insulin using a customized Target Glucose, not a range. 

The Pod and Dexcom G6 CGM are in constant communication, enabling automatic insulin adjustments to help protect against highs and lows. And, you can control it all from your fingertips with the Omnipod 5 App on a compatible smartphone. 

With SmartAdjust™ technology, Omnipod 5 uses your CGM value and trend to automatically increase, decrease, or pause insulin delivery every 5 minutes. 

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A separate prescription is required for the Dexcom G6 CGM. The Dexcom G6 is sold separately and must be used with the Dexcom G6 mobile app. The Dexcom G6 receiver is not compatible.   

* Fingersticks required for diabetes treatment decisions if symptoms or expectations do not match readings.   

For a list of compatible smartphone devices, visit 

In addition to administering and canceling boluses, Omnipod 5 users have full system functionality from a smartphone including initial system configuration, new Pod set up, insulin delivery settings adjustments, alerts & alarms acknowledgement, and more. 

SmartAdjust™ technology uses a customizable Target Glucose between 110-150 mg/dL, adjustable in 10 mg/dL increments. Control-IQ™ uses a non-adjustable Target Glucose range of 112.5-160 mg/dL, with an option to use Sleep Activity with a range of 112.5-120 mg/dL. SmartGuard™ Auto Mode uses a non-adjustable target sensor glucose setting of 120 mg/dL. 

Risk Statement 

The Omnipod 5 Automated Insulin Delivery System is indicated for use by individuals with type 1 diabetes mellitus in persons 2 years of age and older. The Omnipod 5 System is intended for single patient, home use, and requires a prescription. The Omnipod 5 System is compatible with the following U-100 insulins: NovoRapid®, Humalog®, and Admelog®.The Omnipod 5 ACE Pump (Pod) is intended for the subcutaneous delivery of insulin, at set and variable rates, for the management of diabetes mellitus in persons requiring insulin. The Omnipod 5 Pump is able to reliably and securely communicate with compatible, digitally connected devices, including automated insulin dosing software, to receive, execute, and confirm commands from these devices. SmartAdjust™ technology is intended for use with compatible integrated continuous glucose monitors (iCGM) and to automatically increase, decrease, and pause delivery of insulin based on current and predicted glucose values. The Omnipod 5 SmartBolus Calculator is intended to calculate a suggested bolus dose based on user-entered carbohydrates, most recent sensor glucose value (or blood glucose reading if using fingerstick), rate of change of the sensor glucose (if applicable), insulin on board (IOB), and programmable correction factor, insulin to carbohydrate ratio, and target glucose value. 

WARNING: SmartAdjust technology should NOT be used by anyone under the age of 2 years old. SmartAdjust technology should also NOT be used in people who require less than 5 units of insulin per day as the safety of the technology has not been evaluated in this population. The Omnipod 5 System is NOT recommended for people who are unable to monitor glucose as recommended by their healthcare provider, are unable to maintain contact with their healthcare provider, are unable to use the Omnipod 5 System according to instructions, are taking hydroxyurea as it could lead to falsely elevated CGM values and result in over-delivery of insulin that can lead to severe hypoglycemia, and do NOT have adequate hearing and/or vision to allow recognition of all functions of the Omnipod 5 System, including alerts, alarms, and reminders. Device components including the Pod, CGM transmitter, and CGM sensor must be removed before Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Computed Tomography (CT) scan, or diathermy treatment. In addition, the Controller and smartphone should be placed outside of the procedure room. Exposure to MRI, CT, or diathermy treatment can damage the components. DO NOT start to use the Omnipod 5 System or change settings without adequate training and guidance from a healthcare provider. Initiating and adjusting settings incorrectly can result in over-delivery or under-delivery of insulin, which could lead to hypoglycemia or hyperglycemia. Visit for additional important safety information. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

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