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# 2020

Tria

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A slim, wearable insulin pump for greater freedom of movements

Tria aims to give diabetes patients a new kind of insulin pump, one third thinner than the ones already in the market. The discreet and ergonomic design enables patients to lead a more active life. The vice offers a new type of modular system combining an automatic pump and a multi-injecting pen: the insulin release mode is manual, but repeated punctures are avoided. In situations of intense physical activity Tria is discreet and remains adherent to the body, leaving greater freedom of movement.


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