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Lumps And Bumps From Insulin Therapy | The LOOP Blog

Lumps And Bumps From Insulin Therapy

Here at Medtronic, we get a lot of questions from customers about the lumps and bumps that may appear at injection sites. So, here's a Q&A on what these lumps are, why they occur and how to prevent them.

How to Clean Your Insulin Pump and Continuous Glucose Monitor

  Keeping personal items clean right now is more important than ever. Whether you have an insulin pump, continuous glucose monitor (CGM) transmitter, or both, here’s everything you need to know about keeping them clean.   Pump Cleaning Tips     CGM Cleaning Tips   We hope these tips help set you up for
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The New Diabetes.Shop Makes It Easier to Order and Track Your Diabetes Supplies

We’re excited to announce the launch of the all-new Diabetes.Shop, a mobile-friendly website that makes managing your diabetes supplies with Medtronic easy and personalized. You spoke, and we listened. Our team spent months collecting customer feedback to re-envision the Diabetes.Shop experience – to give you clarity and peace of mind when ordering and tracking

A Message From Our President

Hi everyone, my name is Sean Salmon. I’m the new President of the Medtronic Diabetes business. As I’ve come into this role, I’ve spent much of my time listening to countless people in the community who live with diabetes or care for someone who has the disease and it’s been incredibly insightful to learn

Love + Diabetes: Through the Highs & Lows

Jaime Cline is a Sr. Customer Service Supervisor on our 24-Hour Technical Support Team. She uses her unique perspective as someone living with type 1 diabetes and using the MiniMed 670G system to motivate her work and connect with others who call in for support with their diabetes technologies. James, Jaime’s husband, wanted to