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How much does the OmniPod System cost?
The OmniPod System allows you to get started on continuous insulin therapy with a much lower upfront cost than conventional insulin pumps. The OmniPod System Starter Kit, which includes the Personal Diabetes Manager and two OmniPods, has a list price of $800, whereas conventional insulin pumps have list prices of $5,000-$6,500. Each box of 10 OmniPods has a list price of $345. Depending on your insulin needs, you will use approximately one box of OmniPods per month. Of course, your actual cost for the OmniPod System will depend on your insurance coverage.
How long do I wear each OmniPod?
The OmniPod can deliver up to 200 units of insulin over a 3-day period. For example, if you need 150 units of insulin over a 3-day period, you’ll fill the OmniPod with 150 units and wear it for 3 days. If you need more than 200 units of insulin over a 3-day period, you will fill it with 200 units and wear it until the insulin runs outs. The OmniPod System will alert you when it’s time to change the OmniPod.
What is the length of the OmniPod’s cannula?
The OmniPod’s cannula is 9 millimeters. During the OmniPod’s virtually pain-free automated cannula insertion, the cannula is inserted to a depth of approximately 6.5 millimeters at a 45-degree angle.
Is the OmniPod itself waterproof?
In general, the OmniPod can be worn safely while bathing or swimming. It has an IPX8 watertight rating; this international standard means that the OmniPod will function normally in 8 feet of water for up to 30 minutes. As a precaution, if you plan to be in water for a long time, we recommend that you get out occasionally to make sure that the adhesive is still securely attached to your skin. Because the temperature of most hot tubs can spoil insulin, making it ineffective, we do not recommend wearing the OmniPod in a hot tub, unless the OmniPod is kept out of the water.