The insulin pump is a semi-automatic device that delivers short-acting insulin or its analogues to the subcutaneous tissue 24 hours a day.
The insulin pump contains an insulin-filled reservoir with an infusion set at the end of the catheter. Insulin enters the subcutaneous tissue through the catheter.
The infusion system / catheter should be changed every 2 to 3 days.
|Size (mm)||96 x 53 x 24|
|Weight (g)||96 g|
|Tank capacity||180 DC / 300 DV|
|Number and magnitude of basal doses||48 options / day; 0.025 – 35 DV st|
|Number of basal programs||8|
|Minimum duration of basal insulin dose||30 min|
|Temporary change in basal dose||Possibility to temporarily increase or decrease the existing basal dose for a period of 30 minutes. up to 24 hours|
|Maximum Bolus Dose||75 DV|
|Step to increase the bolus dose||0.1 DV with the option to change the step to 0.025 DV or 0.05DV|
|Methods of bolus administration||Normal, long – lasting, combined, predictable|
|Battery type||1.5 AA lithium (FR6) or one 1.5 AA alkaline (LR6) battery|
|Battery life||3 – 4 weeks|
|Warranty period||4 years|
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