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Names

  • inset™ (Unomedical)

Features

  • Introducer needle is removed, leaving a soft, teflon cannula in place
  • Insert straight in
  • Can be used by almost anyone, including people with very little body fat (6mm cannula)
  • Disconnects at the insertion site
  • 23" and 43" tubing
  • 6mm and 9mm cannula lengths
  • Audible "click" confirms connection
  • All-in-one infusion set and inserter

Advantages

  • Easy insertion technique (straight in)
  • Includes disposable inserter making insertions very easy
  • Disconnect at the point of insertion
  • Self-contained sterile insertion set and inserter is small and very easy to carry
  • Comes in four colors (gray, blue, pink, and green)

Disadvantages

  • Straight insertion may dislodge more easily than angles insertion for some people
  • No clear window to view the point of insertion

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Preparing to insert the inset™ infusion set using the self-contained inserter.

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The inset™ infusion set on the skin.

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inset™ disconnected.

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