An infusion set includes the thin plastic tubing that delivers insulin from the pump to your body. This tubing comes in different lengths to accommodate various needs. At the end of the tubing is either a soft, flexible cannula or a stainless steel needle. The cannula, which is a small, tapered tube, is inserted under your skin in a spot such as your abdomen, thigh or buttocks. This spot is called your infusion site, and the infusion set remains in place for up to two or three days.
The Quick-Set combines ease of use with comfort. You may also wish to use the MiniMed™ Quick-Serter™, for more consistent insertion.
The MiniMed™ Mio 30 offers an all-in-one solution for active individuals, combining the insertion device with the infusion set for the ultimate convenience .
This set allows you to adjust the insertion angle from 20 to 45 degrees, to find the angle best suited to your needs. The MiniMed Sil-Serter® can be used for a more controlled insertion.
The MiniMed™ Mio™ offers convenience on the go. You can personalise your set with a choice of three colours – transparent, blue, or pink.
The MiniMed™ Mio™ Advance Infusion Set is designed with a pre-loaded inserter for quicker and easier set changes that require fewer steps, making it EASIER, FASTER, HASSLE-FREE.
The MiniMed™ Mio™ Advance infusion set works with all major insulin pump brands with luer-lock or MiniMed™ connections, including Medtronic, Roche* and Animas.®*
Thanks to its kink-free needle design and extra adhesive pad, the MiniMed™ Sure-T™ infusion set provides extra security against dislodging.
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