There were times before when diabetes restricted me because I didn’t want to take the extra injections. Now, with i-Port Advance™ I can enjoy the food because I don’t mind taking the extra injection, and I feel just like any other teen in the room.
Why Use i-Port Advance™?
i-Port Advance offers patient benefits of less pain, anxiety and improved quality of life
With i-Port Advance, you can:
- Take insulin doses without the pain of additional skin punctures
- Avoid skipped or missed meals
- Minimise physical and emotional injection barriers
- 10 Insertions vs. 120 Injections (Based on typical 30 day period)
Please inform your diabetes team responsible for your/your child’s care that i-Port Advance is being used.
In the past, the thought of additional injections each day was overwhelming to me. With i-Port Advance™, I now take those additional injections, allowing me better control and a better quality of life.In the past, the thought of additional injections each day was overwhelming to me. With i-Port Advance™, I now take those additional injections, allowing me better control and a better quality of life.
Ordering and Pricing
i-Port Advance comes in two sizes:
|MMT-100(6mm)||Box of 10||£72.00 ex VAT|
|MMT-101(9mm)||Box of 10||£72.00 ex VAT|
- Call: 01923 205 167 (Option 3)
Once your account is set up (this can take 3-5 working days) you will be notified and you may begin ordering – 01923 205167 – Option 1 (opening hours 08:30-17:30 excluding bank holidays)
How to apply the i-Port Advance?
How to inject through the i-Port Advance?
How to remove the i-Port Advance?
Promotional Trial Price- November 1st- December 31st 2016
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