MiniMedTM 670G Product Support

INSULIN PUMP

CONTINUOUS GLUCOSE MONITORING (CGM)

Setting up CGM

Linking your Transmitter - (02:07)

Watch instructions for auto connecting your MiniMed 670G Insulin Pump to the Guardian Link 3 Transmitter.
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Who is the minimed 670g system indicated for?

The MiniMed™ 670G system is indicated for people living with type 1 diabetes who are 7 years and older​.

What is time in range?

Time in Range is the percentage of time that people with type 1 diabetes spend in the optimal glycemic range between 3.9-10 mmol/L.​

what sensors does the minimed™ 670g system use?

The MiniMed™ 670G system includes the new Guardian™ Sensor (3). The Guardian™ Sensor (3) is Medtronic’s most accuratesensor that drives our exclusive SmartGuard™ technology with a smart and reliable designand increased comfort​.

is the minimed 670g system waterproof?

Your MiniMed™ 670G insulin pump is waterproof (watertight rating IPX8) at a depth of up to 3.6 metres for up to 24 hours, at the time of manufacture, when properly assembled with the reservoir and tubing inserted.

Should my sensor readings always match the readings on my blood glucose meter?

It is important to note that sensor glucose readings are taken from your interstitial fluid (fluid surrounding the cells in your tissue) whereas fingerstick tests are taken directly from your blood. There is a natural lag between glucose levels in the interstitial fluid and glucose levels in the blood. Therefore, it's normal, and should be expected, for your sensor glucose readings and blood glucose readings to be different - but for the most part they should be close.

 

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Christiansen MP, et al. Diabetes Technol Ther. 2017; Aug 19 (8): 446-456

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