Thirdwayv Applauds Insulet’s FDA Clearance for the World’s First Tubeless Automated Insulin System with Smartphone Control

Congratulations to Insulet and all the kids who will sleep better now after the company  announced FDA clearance of its Omnipod® 5 Automated Insulin Delivery System for people with type 1 diabetes aged 6 years and older. It is the first and only tubeless automated insulin delivery (AID) system in the US with compatible smartphone control and Dexcom® G6 Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM) System integration to help protect against highs and lows.

In May 2019, we announced how delighted we were to be selected by Insulet as one of their trusted partners to help connect and protect its Omnipod DASH System that had been cleared by the FDA in June 2018. We knew then that the commercial deployment of our technology in such a mission-critical application was an essential step in providing the greater medical device industry with the most comprehensive smartphone-centric connectivity solutions available. Since that time, Insulet’s commitment to continuous innovation and the January 28, 2022, clearance of Omnipod 5 will further enhance the lives of not only adult patients, but also children who suffer from type 1 diabetes.  Sleep well, little Johnny, sleep well!

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