Out of Sight. In Control
Tuck away the ACCU-CHEK Spirit Combo insulin pump and you may not need to touch it all day.
Complete Diabetes Management
The Accu-Chek Spirit Combo insulin pump provides flexibility to match your lifestyle.
UNTUCK. UNCLIP. UNCOVER.
With the ACCU-CHECK Combo system, just tuck the pump away and never touch it again, all day. REMOTE CONTROL PUMP TECHNOLOGY lets you control the pump with your meter.
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Know the benefits of insulin pump therapy.
Accu-Chek Spirit Combo
If you’re tired of being controlled by daily insulin injections, an Accu-Chek Spirit Combo may be the answer. After all, using an insulin pump has been shown to help adults and children as young as 2 years old better control their blood sugar.1,2
Accu-Chek Spirit Combo allows greater freedom and control. A pump can mean:
- Flexible eating—insulin is matched to the food eaten, rather than planning meals around insulin intake
- Sleeping late—no more getting up early for injections or meals, or worrying about the high blood sugar in the morning, known as the dawn phenomenon3
- Living spontaneously—restaurants, get-togethers or unexpected activities don’t throw off control
Insulin pump therapy has been shown to improve blood sugar control over multiple daily injections—especially for people with higher A1C levels.4 It’s well known that improving blood glucose control can significantly reduce or prevent the long-term complications of diabetes.5 Plus, in the short term, better control can mean having more energy and fewer mood swings throughout the day.6
Of course, even with an insulin pump, you have to be prepared. Pumping doesn’t mean you can quit testing blood glucose or stop eating healthy meals, but it can provide more power and flexibility in your life.
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How a Pump Mimics a Pancreas
Small doses of fat-acting insulin are delivered throughout the day and night, much like the constant supply of insulin provided by a healthy pancreas. Known as the basic rate, this can be adjusted to match changing needs throughout the day.
Large doses of insulin, known as the bolus doses, are taken with meals and snacks to cover the carbohydrates eaten.
Together, these doses make it possible to enjoy greater flexibility in meals, activity, and sleep, while helping keep blood glucose levels closer to normal.