What are Insulin Cartridges?
Tubed insulin pumps contain a plastic cartridge or reservoir that is filled with insulin and locked into the pump. Typically, the insulin cartridge comes with a transfer guard, a piece at the top that you remove before inserting the reservoir into the pump. The transfer guard assists in depositing the insulin from a vial into the reservoir.
Reservoirs can hold up to 300 units of insulin and are changed every two to three days.
PreHab Diabetes Services offers a variety of cartridges/reservoirs to fit your particular insulin. Our product line includes: