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MiniMed 530G: An Insulin Pump with Low-Glucose Suspend Automation
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The FDA has approved the MiniMed 530G (Medtronic), an insulin pump used in combination with a continuous glucose monitoring sensor (Enlite) that can stop delivery of insulin when interstitial glucose reaches a prespecified low level. It is the only sensoraugmented insulin pump available in the US with this capability. ... more
     
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