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Coupons for Supplies Savings


Dec 1, 1998

Diabetes supplier Owen Mumford is offering coupons for several products, including the recently updated Autopen insulin cartridge pen and the Autolet Mini lancing device.

The Autopen's side firing button now comes with an extension for those who need extra leverage. The design of the side-fitting button reduces the chances of trauma to the injection site by eliminating downward pressure and movement during insulin delivery. Its dose selection numbers have been enlarged for easier reading, making them the largest on the market.

At its users' requests, Owen Mumford added an extra depth platform to the Autolet Mini, thus increasing blood flow for a wider range of skin types and meter models. People should also find it easier to handle, as special platform contours have been added for better gripping.

The coupons cover the Autopen, the Mini and other Owen Mumford products. To order a coupon booklet call Owen Mumford at (800) 421-6936.


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