What insulin pump do you or your child use?
R1000 or IR1000
507 or older
I use a pump not listed here
I don't use a pump but want to
I don't use a pump and don't want to
Total votes: 704
What insulin pump do you or your child use?Poll dates: February 6 - 13, 2005
Total Votes: 704
With many studies showing that insulin pump therapy results in better control and less risk of hypoglycemia than traditional therapy, more and more kids are using pumps. That's the good news. Even better news is that there are many pumps to choose from today, so it's easier than ever to find a pump that matches your needs.
If you're considering insulin pump therapy, you should talk with your diabetes team about the various pumps that are available. You should also contact each pump company and request information about their pumps, and ask what kind of assistance they can provide with your insurance company.
Maker of the IR-1000 and IR-1200 pumps
- Dana Diabecare USA
Maker of the Dana Diabecare II pump
Maker of the H-TRONplus and D-TRONplus pumps, not shipping new pumps in the United States at this time (February 2005)
- Medtronic MiniMed
Maker of the Paradigm pumps and the Continuous Glucose Monitoring System (CGMS)
Maker of the Amigo pump, not currently for sale in the United States at this time (February 2005)
- Smiths Medical
Maker of the Cozmo pump
We last ran this poll in February 2004. While our polls are not scientific, here's how pump use has changed in the past year:
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Last Updated: Wednesday March 16, 2005 16:38:04
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