Medingo Solo Micropump approved by FDAI can't find any pictures of this device, but there are various announcements today that the FDA has given formal clearance to Medingo Ltd to market its Solo MicroPump in the US.
On the Medingo site, this device is described as having "two parts: a miniature insulin dispensing patch and a remote control, which allows you to completely personalize and guide your patch for your body’s insulin needs."
I note that Prof. David Klonoff of the Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology is
listed as a member of their scientific advisory board. And Amy Tenderich has a post from 2007 that contains about as much information as is available today.
There were also presentations recently on this device at the recent CWD Friends for Life conference and the ADA Scientific sessions in New Orleans last month.
From the barebones information it's hard to tell if this is just a variant on the Insulet OmniPod or something very different. Please let me know if you're aware of any other information.
Update: Medingo will be unveiling the Solo MicroPump at the AADE meeting in early August. They also plan to launch their Solo website at that time. According to Craig Crease, Medingo's Director of Sales, they want to hold off on other information to "create an element of surprise". As I learn more I'll post it here.
Further update: I've posted separately with pictures and details of the Medingo Solo.