Important Information:
MiniMed™ Mio™ product discontinuation

What you need to know

On February 1, 2021, Medtronic will be discontinuing the MiniMed™ Mio™ infusion set to make way for the newest version - the MiniMed™ Mio™ Advance infusion set!

After February 1, you will no longer be able to purchase the MiniMed™ Mio™ infusion set. To decide what will work best for you, talk to your healthcare team or research other Medtronic infusion set options.

When placing your next order

When you’ve decided on which infusion set you will transition to, simply add your new infusion set to your cart when ordering on Diabetes.Shop.

IMPORTANT: If you are on Scheduled Orders, be sure to remove any MiniMed™ Mio™ infusion sets you were receiving and add the new infusion set you have chosen to your Scheduled Orders Profile.

MiniMed™ Mio™ Advance

The MiniMed™ Mio™ Advance infusion set has all the things you know and love about your current set but with several enhancements:

  • 4 steps for insertion
  • a hidden needle and
  • one-handed insertion

are just a few of the improvements made.

Available in:

  • 6mm & 9mm cannula lengths
  • 23-inch & 43-inch tubing length

See how it works

Have questions?

Give us a call at 1-800-646-4633 if you need help or want more information about other Medtronic infusion set options. We understand that change isn’t always easy and are here to support you.

Important Safety Information: Infusion Sets

Infusion sets require a prescription and are indicated for the subcutaneous infusion of insulin from an infusion pump. Infusion sets are indicated for subcutaneous use only and not for intravenous (IV) infusion or the infusion of blood or blood products. Inaccurate medication delivery, infection and/or site irritation may result from improper insertion and maintenance of the infusion site. Before insertion, clean the insertion site with isopropyl alcohol. Remove the needle guard before inserting the infusion set. If using this infusion set for the first time, do the first set-up in the presence of your healthcare professional. Do not leave air in the infusion set. Prime completely. Check frequently to make sure the soft cannula remains firmly in place as you may not feel pain if it pulls out. The soft cannula must always be completely inserted to receive the full amount of medication. If the infusion site becomes inflamed, replace the set, and use a new site until the first site has healed. Replace the infusion set if the tape becomes loose, or if the soft cannula becomes fully or partially dislodged from the skin. Replace the infusion set every 48-72 hours per the accompanying instructions, or per your healthcare professional’s instructions.