InPen empowers you and your patients with actionable data not available through multiple daily injections (MDI), until now.
InPen helps MDI users take the right amount of insulin at the right time, thanks to real-time tracking and decision support.
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Missing 2 doses per week can lead to an increase in A1C of up to 0.4%1
2 out of 3 people need help calculating their doses and 60% of doses are stacked2-4
Lack of accurate dosing data is a barrier to optimizing glycemic control5
The use of a bolus calculator is associated with a 0.7-1.0% reduction in A1C6-8
InPen Insights Reports provide a way to view a patient’s glucose, carbohydrate, and insulin dosing data from their InPen system.
InPen Insights Reports help providers assess a patient’s insulin doses and glycemic levels, regardless of which multiple daily injection regimen the patient is following.
Example patient profile
InPen helps MDI users take the right amount of insulin at the right time, thanks to real-time tracking and decision support
✓ Tracks active insulin
✓ Reminds user to dose
✓ Calculates personalized doses
✓ Automatically logs doses
✓ Syncs with CGMs and glucose meters
Our trained InPen Specialists are available for virtual 1-on-1 training sessions Monday through Friday from 6am – 6pm PT. We ask that patients contact their healthcare provider with questions about their therapy settings, insulin regimen, or blood glucose concerns.
Smart insulin pens connect to a mobile app to provide dosing calculations, reminders and CGM system integration.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION FOR INPEN™ SMART INSULIN PEN:
The InPenTM requires a prescription. It is a home-use reusable pen injector for single-patient use by people with diabetes under the supervision of an adult caregiver, or by a patient age 7 and older for the self-injection of a desired dose of insulin. The pen injector is compatible with Lilly Humalog® U-100 3.0 mL cartridges, Novo Nordisk Novolog® U-100 3.0 mL cartridges, and Novo Nordisk Fiasp® U-100 3.0 mL cartridges and single-use detachable and disposable pen needles (not included). The pen injector allows the user to dial the desired dose from 0.5 to 30 units in one-half (1/2) unit increments.
The InPenTM dose calculator, a component of the InPenTM app, is indicated for the management of diabetes by people with diabetes under the supervision of an adult caregiver, or by a patient age 7 and older for calculating an insulin dose or carbohydrate intake based on user entered data.
For an insulin dose based on amount of carbohydrates, a healthcare professional must provide patient-speciﬁc target blood glucose, insulin-to-carbohydrate ratio, insulin sensitivity parameters, and duration of insulin action to be programmed into the software prior to use as it is required for set up.
For an insulin dose based on ﬁxed/variable meal sizes, a healthcare professional must provide patient-speciﬁc ﬁxed doses/meal sizes to be programmed into the software prior to use.
For additional product and important safety considerations, see User Guide and http://bit.ly/InPenSafety.