Infusion sets.

Connecting an insulin pump to your body.

An infusion set is what connects the pump to your body. Insulin is delivered from the cartridge in your pump through this thin tubing to your “infusion site” – which is where the tiny tube is placed just beneath the skin. The infusion set only needs to be changed every 2 to 3 days, but it can be disconnected and reconnected easily.

The right infusion set can make all the difference.

There are many types of infusion sets, so you can choose the one that best fits your body. The Animas® Vibe® Insulin Pump can use virtually any insulin infusion set with a Luer-lock connection. Not every pump gives you this flexibility.

All-In-One Sets Manual Sets
inset™ II inset™ 30 contact™ detach comfort / comfort short
Cannula Soft Soft Soft Soft
Insertion Straight (90°) Angled insertion Straight Angled insertion
Disconnect At site At site Separate site At site
Adhesive Built in Built in Built in Built in
Insertion method Integrated inserter Integrated inserter Manual Manual
Tubing length 23 inches (60cm) 43 inches (110 cm) 23 inches (60cm) 43 inches (110 cm) 23 inches (60cm) 43 inches (110 cm) 23 inches (60cm) 43 inches (110 cm)
Cannula lengths 6 and 9 13 6 and 8 13 and 17
Available colours Pink, blue, grey Pink, blue, grey Not applicable Not applicable

inset II infusion set.

90 degree infusion set (90 degree angle of insertion)

An all-in-one infusion set + insertion device combines the inserter and infusion set in a single, portable unit, so they are a snap to change anytime, anywhere. It has a friendly packaging to carry in a pocket or purse with a convenient, built-in-needle cover for after use. The introducer needle is removed so only the flexible cannula stays in place. The single- handed insertion placement and insertion for both inset™ II and inset™ 30 can be done one-handed. When removing the introducer needle, inset™ 30 requires holding the set in place with the other hand.

allows for flexibility in site rotation, and the reversible grippers make it easy to disconnect and reconnect. You’ll feel safe knowing you are securely reconnected when you hear the audible “click”. Includes a disconnect feature at site and clear window to view site.

inset™ II is compatible with all insulin pumps featuring a standard Luer-lock connection. Fill volume is 0.3 units for 6mm cannula and 0.5 units for 9mm cannula.

Needlephobic patients, those with dexterity problems, patients with low vision or those inserting sets in areas that are harder to reach may prefer infusion sets with a mechanical insertion.

Inset™ II user guide Inset™ II video guide

inset 30 infusion set.

Angled infusion set (30 degree angle of insertion)

The world’s first angled all-in-one infusion set + insertion device in one single sterile unit. The introducer needle is removed so only the flexible cannula stays in place. Providing optimal convenience for the user, the inset™ 30 insertion device ensures quick, easy, and virtually painless automatic insertion. The process is easy to learn and the unit is easy to carry around. The 30 degree insertion angle minimises the risk of the cannula being pulled out by mistake during physical activities, making it ideal for sports. Includes a disconnect feature at site and clear window to view site.

inset 30 is compatible with all insulin pumps featuring a standard Luer-lock connection. Fill volume is 0.7 units for 13mm cannula.

Inset™ 30 user guide Inset™ 30 video guide

Comfort & Comfort short infusion sets.

Angled infusion set (20-45 degree angle of insertion)

Angled insert adjusts from 20 degrees to 45 degrees. The introducer needle is removed so only the flexible cannula stays in place. Includes a disconnect feature at site and clear window to view site. Manual insertion. Luer-lock tubing connection.

Patients who feel a need to control the process, the speed or the precise angle of insertion may prefer infusion sets with manual insertion.

Comfort™ user guide

Contact Detach.

90 degree infusion set (90 degree angle of insertion)

Contact™ Detach is a 90-degree infusion set featuring a stainless steel needle for people with Teflon allergies, self-adhesive tape, and a disconnect feature inches away from site.

One-handed straight insertion with tubing and infusor needle as one piece. Luer-lock tubing connection.

Patients who react to the plastic cannula, or those who are fit & active with a history of bent cannulas may prefer steel sets.

Contact™ Detach user guide

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