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MiniMed 630g Archive

10 Ways to Care for Your MiniMed Insulin Pump

In time, your MiniMed® insulin pump will become your side-kick. It will go everywhere with you and will be by your side through many highs and lows (figuratively and literally!) Since it will go along with you for so many life adventures, why not take a few extra minutes to keep your side-kick in

Pump Tip: Changing Screen Brightness

Pump: MiniMed® 630G system Life doesn’t come in one setting, and neither should the brightness of your insulin pump screen. With the new backlit color screen on the MiniMed 630G system, the high resolution color display is readable in all light conditions (even in full sunlight). We designed it with an ambient light sensor

The New Face of My Diabetes Management

Meet MiniMed Ambassador, Caroline Smyth. She’s a young college student who appreciates the new design of the MiniMed 630G system. Hear what she has to say about her latest experience.    My experience on an insulin pump started about 2 years after my diagnosis with diabetes. Imagine a 12 year-old and a device that

Front of Line Access to the MiniMed 670G System

Want to get front of the line access to the MiniMed 670G system when it becomes available in the spring? Here’s how! In this video, Naomi and I explain the new Priority Access program. Visit www.medtronicdiabetes.com/priority-access to learn more. Editors Note: Due to overwhelming demand, we’ve been able to extend this program to customers

An Ode to Diabetes Innovation

You may remember, MiniMed Ambassador, Addie, from her blog on Managing Diabetes in High School. Today, she’s writing about her new insulin pump, the MiniMed 630G system and how it’s made a difference in her life while living away from home for college. I started insulin pump therapy in the fourth grade. Considering I