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Better maintenance of insulin stability1
Stable insulin absorption2
Reduced risk of occlusion3
Use exclusively with the Medtronic Extended infusion set to double the wear time.
The Extended infusion set enables mid-wear reservoir changes. This means you can change your Extended reservoir without having to remove your set, giving you more flexibility and convenience.
For more information on how to insert the new Medtronic Extended infusion set,
please refer to the quick reference guide and/or insertion video.
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Only the Extended reservoir is tested and labelled to keep insulin stable and safely used for up to 7 days.4
If you’re using a MiniMedTM 780G, 770G, 670G, or 630G insulin pump, you can order and use the Medtronic Extended infusion set.
No, each Medtronic Extended infusion set has a built-in serter.
The Medtronic Extended infusion set is cleared for use on the abdomen, back of the arm, lower back, buttocks, and thighs. We recommend referring to the product instructions while inserting this set.
Currently, we offer a 23” tubing with either a 6mm or 9mm cannula and a 32" tubing with 9mm cannula.
No, the Extended reservoir is only indicated for use with the Medtronic Extended infusion set. Use for a maximum of 7 days, or according to the insulin labeling, whichever duration is shorter. For more details, visit this important safety information.
No, other Medtronic infusion sets are only cleared for 2-3 days. The Extended infusion set has new technology and different materials that allow it to be worn for twice the wear time.
The Medtronic Extended infusion set is designed with new materials to allow for longer wear (up to 7 days). Three updates have been made to the materials in the tubing connector, the tubing itself and the adhesive patch.
Although the insertion is the same as Mio™ Advance, as well as the look and feel, improvements have been made to the tubing, tubing connector, and adhesive patch so that it can last longer. The two sets can be visibly distinguished from one another because the Extended infusion set has blue packaging and blue cap.
The standard reservoir is labeled for use up to 3 days and must be changed every 3 days. We recommend using the Medtronic Extended infusion set and Extended reservoir† together. The Extended reservoir is labeled for use up to 7 days and thus, only needs to be changed when insulin runs out or when the infusion set is changed.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
For a listing of indications, contraindications, precautions, warnings, and potential adverse events, please refer to the Medtronic Extended infusion set and Extended reservoir Instructions for Use.
Refer to your Medtronic insulin pump user guide for a list of compatible insulins and infusion sets.