Nicky stands with her horse while wearing an insulin pump.

NICKY’S STORY OUR COMMUNITY

Read about Nicky’s experience with the MiniMedTM 670G insulin pump system.

MEET NICKY

CONFIDENT TEENAGER

Nicky’s favourite time of day is in the morning when she wakes up and can decide what she wants to do first: ride her horse, Jet, play soccer, or hang out with her friends. When Nicky and her parents learned she had type 1 diabetes, they were concerned that her choice of activities might be limited.

NEW CONSIDERATIONS

Nicky and her family wanted to know that her glucose levels were in control and in range when she was riding her horse, playing soccer with friends, or planning a sleepover. They wanted to be confident that she was stable and in range all through the day and night.

SEIZE THE DAY

When Nicky and her family discovered the MiniMed™ 670G system with SmartGuard™ Auto Mode  technology automatically2 helps to keep her glucose levels in range day and night, felt she would feel more confident managing her diabetes. Now Nicky wakes up refreshed and ready to conquer the world.1

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NOW NICKY HAS MORE TIME TO ENJOY EVERY MOMENT

READY FOR AN EXCEPTIONAL DAY

With fewer glucose lows and more time in range, Nicky is ready to take on each day. The world's first self-adjusting insulin pump system helps her sleep well, with more uninterrupted nights and she feels more energetic. 

FEWER LOWS AND MORE TIME IN RANGE

SmartGuard Auto Mode technology helps keep Nicky’s glucose levels in check so she is free to plan her next sleepover with friends.

Diabetes MiniMed 670G - John

JOHN

Diagnosed at age 16

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Diabetes MiniMed 670G - Ryan

RYAN

Diagnosed at age 12

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Diabetes MiniMed 670G - Nikhita

NIkhita

Diagnosed at age 5

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Individual results may vary. The MiniMed 670G is indicated for people living with Type 1 diabetes 7 years of age and older.

2

Some user interaction required. 

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