AskNadia: Need Printed Insulin Pump Manual

I want to get a replacement manual for my daughter’s insulin pump. I don’t want an on-line version. I want the paper booklet.

Karen

South Hamilton MA

Hello Karen,

You can call the insulin pump company directly at their 800 number and request a manual to be mailed to you. I have listed all the phone numbers and their links as a reference source for you and our other subscribers just in case, like you, they find themselves in need of an insulin pump manual.

This way, you have a reference source online while you are waiting for a printed copy to arrive.

Animus:

Call – 1-877-YES-PUMP (1-877-937-7867)

Go online to print a copy – http://www.animas.com/resource/product-guides

Asante:

They just ceased manufacturing and distributing their Snap insulin Pump

Insulet:

Call – 800-591-3455

Go online to print a copy of the manual – http://www.myomnipod.com/customer-care/guides-and-resources/index.php 

Medtronic:

Call – 1.800.646.4633

Go online to print a copy of the manual –  http://www.medtronicdiabetes.com/customer-support/tool-download-library/user-guides

Roche:

Call – 1-800-688-4578

Go online to print a copy of the manual – www.accu-chekinsulinpumps.com

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