So, back in 2010 a small California company got FDA approval for the Calibra Medical Finesse system.
This was the DiabetesMine coverage at the time: http://www.diabetesmine.com/2010/09/insulin-p...
Basically, it's more like an insulin pen turned into a patch pump for boluses, but not basals. Now, on July 13, LifeScan - a J&J company - has acquired Calibra Medical. There's no word on whether any tweaks will happen to this device or when it might be available. But I'm interested in hearing thoughts on how impressive this seems to fellow PWDs, especially those on multiple-daily injections for boluses who might prefer only using syringes for long-acting insulin. Would this motivate more people, Type 2s or Type 1s, to embrace this type of device? Let us know! Thanks!
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