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All Discussions Tagged 'pumps' (40)

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New Pump Insight

Hi. New to this site. Came upon it searching for info on pumps. Does anyone have any advice or opinions to share? I currently have MiniMed…

Started by ALG

5 Oct 30, 2014
Reply by Clare

IMPORTANT! Update to my previous post about insulin pumps and flying

Started by LiL MaMa

16 Sep 21, 2014
Reply by Shadow

Medtronic CGM & ENLITE Requires $$$$$ and unfair PUMP upgrade

Medtronic has released their new ENLITE sensor which has better accuracy and a shorter needle. It is sold with their new 530g insulin pump.…

Started by flynn

9 Nov 15, 2013
Reply by Timothy

New Tubeless Pump!

I've discovered a new tubeless insulin pump!  It's called the Solo4You, and it's made by a company called Medingo.  I've already gotten the…

Started by Joyce

91 Oct 17, 2013
Reply by Khürt Williams

Which insulin do you use in your pump?

I'm a fairly new pumper (just over five months), and use Humalog in my pump. I've heard some people say that NovoRapid (Novolog in the U.S.…

Started by Jen

40 Sep 9, 2013
Reply by Brunetta

Time-Sensitive: make FDA hear us

We talk a lot about the US FDA in this community.  It's the agency in the US that determines when and if new drugs and medical technologies…

Started by Emily Coles

4 Aug 30, 2013
Reply by Scott A

Insulin on board: pumps and their bolus wizard

Version 2.0: I did some rewording. Thanks for the feedback! Insulin on board (IOB) is a feature of most modern insulin pumps. For our Gluco…

Started by Holger Schmeken

41 Aug 15, 2013
Reply by acidrock23

Insulin pump basal rate settings

I was wondering how many different basal settings you have on your pump throughout the day? I have 8. Just got my A1C done today and it was…

Started by Unknown Diabetic

0 Feb 7, 2013


Smallest Insulin Pump System and First-Ever with a Touch Screen SAN DIEGO, November 16, 2011—Tandem Diabetes Care, Inc. today announced tha…

Started by Emily Coles

62 Sep 24, 2012
Reply by Aeon

CNN Article about Women, Fashion, and Insulin Pumps

Came across this article the other day on CNN and it really hit home.  Did anyone else see this?  Thoughts?  I frequently stash my pump so…

Started by MyBustedPancreas

2 Aug 7, 2012
Reply by Maycri




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