Medtronic MiniMed Introduces SKINS for Pump People

Enhance the look of your insulin pump

Feb 1, 2007

The latest and greatest skins are a great way for youngsters to express themselves and show off their cell phones and MP3 players. Now Medtronic MiniMed is offering skins for its Paradigm insulin pump.

“Medtronic MiniMed has many different skins to enhance the look of your insulin pump to better reflect your personality, your style, and your likes. Our high-quality skins are made of vinyl and have an adhesive side, allowing you to easily apply the skin to your insulin pump. And they leave no residue, which means you can easily remove skins and replace them with new skins as often as you like!”

For more information, log on to www.minimed.com/skins.

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Source: Medtronic MiniMed

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