When the Omnipod® 5 System is in Manual Mode, basal insulin delivery is based on your pre-programmed basal settings and does not change in response to continuous glucose monitor (CGM) values. This mode is most like standard insulin pump therapy since any changes in basal insulin delivery must be done manually. The insulin tab on the Home screen will allow you to access additional details about your Manual Mode basal delivery.
Switching to Manual Mode most often occurs when you're changing Pods or CGM sensors. Switching is also required to pause insulin delivery, edit basal programs, change times, and on some uncommon occasions when the system requires you to do so.
If you have an active CGM connected to the Omnipod 5 App, you’ll still be able to see your CGM value and trend on the Home screen when you're in Manual Mode. Be sure to check the mode indicator on the upper right side of the Home screen to find out what mode you're in.
To learn about Automated Mode watch “Omnipod 5 Automated Insulin Delivery System Product Training – Automated Mode”:
Training is essential and must be completed before using the Omnipod 5 System. As part of this process, you will need to meet with your healthcare provider and visit omnipod.com/setup to complete setup and schedule your required training.
Omnipod 5 Resources: https://www.omnipod.com/current-podders/resources/omnipod-5
Omnipod 5 Pro Tip Series: https://www.omnipod.com/protips
The Omnipod 5 Automated Insulin Delivery (AID) System is cleared for individuals with type 1 diabetes ages 2 years and older. The Omnipod 5 System is intended for single patient, home use and requires a prescription.
The Omnipod 5 System is compatible with the following U-100 insulins: NovoLog®, Humalog®, and Admelog®.
For complete safety information including indications, contraindications, warnings, cautions, and instructions visit omnipod.com/safety. Consult your healthcare provider before starting on Omnipod. U.S. only.