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Insulin Pump For Diabetes Mellitus

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What is an insulin pump?

The insulin pump is a device for continuous insulin delivery. An insulin pump is composed of a pump reservoir similar to that of an insulin cartridge, a battery-operated pump, and a computer chip that allows the user to control the exact amount of insulin being delivered.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 11/26/2013

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