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|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Unit|
|Is It Portable||Portable|
|I Deal In||New Only|
|User Interface||Keypad Button|
The Insulin Pump has a compartment that holds a reservoir that is filled with insulin. From the pump's reservoir insulin travels along a thin tube and ""infused"" into your body through an infusion set which is inserted into your skin. The infusion set contains a small cannula which is sits just under the skin. The pump and tubing can easily disconnect and reconnect to your body whenever you want to. This can be helpful, for example when you want to shower or play sports.An insulin pump also has other advantages that can help you to manage day to day life more easily. For example using a bolus calculator to help you work out accurate boluses, and the ability to set up different basal 'patterns' for work days or holidays.Many people with Type 1 diabetes may benefit from an insulin pump without even knowing it. In general if they experience any of the following, they could achieve better control with an insulin pump: Fear of needles Difficulty in managing highs and lows Fear of hypoglycaemia, especially at night HbA1c outside target range Reduced hypoglycaemia awareness Concerns about long-term complications Seeking more flexibility in everyday life.