Medtronic (NYSE:MDT) responded to a study presented this week which highlighted usability concerns with its MiniMed 670G automated insulin pump, writing that the company had “made many enhancements to the system since the study was done which would likely mitigate many of the issues experienced.”
Earlier this week, physicians from Boston Children’s Hospital reported that nearly one-fifth of participants in a real-world study of the MiniMed 670G stopped using the system within months of it being prescribed, citing dissatisfaction with the technical demands of the system.
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