Nikhita’s life is rich with people. She enjoys a close bond with her friends and family – especially with her sister. Doing well at school and sports is a point of pride for her and her family. There were days, though, when Nikita wondered if she could keep up with her busy schedule.
When Nikhita started having more days withdrawing instead of attacking the tennis ball, she wondered if she had enough endurance to lead the team. She knows she had to make a change in her diabetes management – so she consulted with her sister. Divya.
Together, Nikhita and her sister researched technology options available to manage her diabetes. When they discovered that the MiniMed™ 670G self-adjusting insulin pump system automatically adjusts insulin to help keep glucose levels in range 24 hours a day, they knew it was the right fit.
Nikhita was named captain of her tennis team for the example she set. Now she shares her story with everyone she meets who can benefit from this life – changing technology.
The system met or exceeded their expectations about reducing the day-to-day effort of managing diabetes*4 OUT OF 5 OF MINIMED SYSTEM USERS SAID
BEFORE A day in the life without SmartGuardTM Automode technology**
AFTER A day in the life with SmartGuardTM Automode technology**
Nikhita has notices that with the world's first self-adjusting insulin system she spends more time in her normal glucose range. She is less concerned about her glucose going low day or night and feels free to enjoy slumber parties with friends. Let's take a look at the real results.
With SmartGuardTM Auto mode Technology Nikhita experiences fewer glucose lows, and her glucose levels are more steady so, she can focus more on school and her next tennis match.
Customer training phase - data on file
**Representative of actual patient CarelinkTM data, Individual results may vary.