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i-Port Advance™ Injection Port

It’s a small and discrete injection port that may remain in place for up to 72 hours* to accommodate multiple injections. This means you don’t need to puncture your skin every single time you need to take an injection.

  • Those newly diagnosed with type 1 diabetes who might be afraid of injections. 
  • Anyone who experiences the emotional challenges of injections like fear, anxiety, and stress or the physical impact of injections like bruising, scaring, or pain.
  • It’s especially beneficial to children and their loved ones, who often get anxiety when it’s time to take an injection. It can also help in administering extra injections ( correction boluses and supplemental shots of insulin to cover snacks)
  • It can also help maturing children or teenagers to be independent in insulin self-therapy administration. 
  • If you have type 2 diabetes and are new to taking insulin, this is a great way to improve the transition to taking injections

If you take an average of five injections a day, you can reduce the number of times you puncture your skin from 150 to 10 in just 1 month! That’s 93% less injections.

The built-in serter will guide the application process. Click here for the instructional video. The abdomen, upper thighs, back of arms, hips and upper buttocks are all suitable insertion sites. Once the port is applied, you can put the needle of your syringe or pen through the port any time you need to inject.

Absolutely not! You can continue your activities like exercising, sleeping and bathing as you normally would.

You can use the port with pens or syringes. Needles need to be 5-8mm (3/16-5/16”) in length and 32-28 gauge.  

You can use both, but there is a rule: Always inject rapid acting insulin first, wait one hour, then inject your long acting insulin1.

In a patient survey: 98% think it’s comfortable to wear, 99% say that it’s more beneficial than injections, and 100% reported that it helps decrease anxiety2.