Busy Physician Assistant and single mother of three children, Sherifa, is all too familiar with hypoglycemia (low blood sugar). “There were nights I was afraid to fall asleep,” she recalls. “I stopped getting early low warning symptoms, and there were mornings I would crash and not even know it. It was very scary.” Low
In August, we launched the MiniMed 630G system in the U.S. Some of the first customers on the new system were employees, and among them is Naomi Ruperto, social community manager in Northridge, who has worked at Medtronic for more than seven years. This week, she shares her very positive experience with the new
Diabetes is a complex disease to manage, and it can be extremely challenging to keep blood sugar levels within an ideal target range. While reducing high blood sugar (hyperglycemia) is important, as it can lead to long-term complications, reducing low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) can be a matter of life or death. Low blood sugar
Hypoglycemia (low blood glucose) can be very dangerous and is one of the most frightening situations for people with diabetes – particularly during the night when an estimated 57% of people with type 1 diabetes experience a low at least once.[i] Not to mention it impacts their quality of life and takes time out
I am thrilled to announce the U.S. launch of the MiniMed 630G system with SmartGuard technology – our most advanced pump platform for people with diabetes in the country. This latest innovation was developed through a collaborative process with the patient community, who provided feedback on features that matter most to people with diabetes.