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 Medtronic extended infusion set and reservoir

Medtronic Extended
infusion set and reservoir

One set change per week1

Medtronic extended infusion set and reservoir

Medtronic Extended is the only infusion set available for a 7-day wear.

The Medtronic Extended infusion set lasts twice as long as standard 3-day sets while providing you safety1, convenience2 and comfort of wear3.

The Medtronic Extended infusion set should be used with the 7-day Medtronic Extended Reservoir 3.0ml.

Designed with new materials to allow a longer wear*

Main benefits

Keeps the sites you prefer working for longer*

Simple and Painless to insert*

Reduce Plastic Waste*

Conveniently Synched with Medtronic CGM

Medtronic extended infusion set and reservoir

Keeps the sites you prefer working for longer*

Fewer set changes* means more time for your infusion sites to rest4.
By switching to the Medtronic Extended infusion set, you can reduce your set changes by half*.

Simple and Painless to insert*

The insertion design makes the Medtronic Extended easy to place in hard-to-reach areas of the body and it is virtually painless2.

  • The 90° soft cannula is offered in two sizes: 6mm and 9mm.
  • Different tubing length are also available to fit your needs.

 

Tips

To optimise insulin absorption, reduce insulin degradation and prevent set obstruction, change your Medtronic Extended infusion set and reservoir up to every 7 days, or as per your healthcare professional’s instructions7. When using Medtronic Extended, the set change alarm of the pump should be turned off to avoid confusion.

 

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Reduce plastic waste*

By using Medtronic Extended and changing your infusion set less often*, you can reduce plastic waste by half which is equivalent to up to 1,9 kg a year5.

Reservoir with Transfer Guard

Medtronic Extended Reservoir

The new 7-day Medtronic Extended reservoir 3.0ml is also available to be used exclusively with the Medtronic Extended infusion set.

Learn more

Download documentation

  1. Ilany J, et al. Abstract 416 - Clinical study of a new extended wear infusion set design. 13th ATTD International Conference. February 2020.
  2. Medtronic Data on File. MinimedTM MioTM Advance US Pivotal Trials. 152 Patients interviewed. 2020.
  3. Zhang G, et al. 986-P - Assessment of adhesive patches for an extended wear infusion set. 80th ADA International Conference, June 2020.
  4. Zhang JY, et al. Advances in Insulin Pump Infusion Sets Symposium Report. Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology 2021; DOI: 10.1177/1932296821999080
  5. Fusselman H, et al. FUSS2015D-P - The Extended Wear Infusion Set - A Design for Plastic Waste Reduction. Virtual Diabetes Technology Meeting. 2020.
  6. Medtronic Extended Infusion Set Instruction For Use Comparison versus GuardianTM Sensor 3.
  7. ThethiTK, et al. Consequence of delayed pump infusion line change in individuals with type 1 diabetes mellitus treated with continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion. J Diab Comp. 2010;24(2):73-78

* vs the 3-day infusion set MiniMedTM Quick-set