The Accu-Chek Solo micropump system includes some single use and multi-use components. It is recommended to always have an adequate supply of consumable items available to ensure insulin pump therapy can continue uninterrupted.
Consumable items for the Accu-Chek Solo micropump system:
- Accu-Chek Solo Infusion Assembly
- Accu-Chek Solo Reservoir Assembly
- Accu-Chek Solo Pump Base
- Accu-Chek Solo Insertion Device
Be sure to plan your purchase of consumables ahead of when you need them to ensure that you always have adequate supply.
Only use consumables and accessories from Roche and follow Instructions for Use for each product.
The Accu-Chek Solo Infusion Assembly consists of the pump holder and the cannula assembly:
- The Accu-Chek Solo pump holder is an adhesive pad that is applied to the skin to fix the cannula in place and allow the micropump to be attached to the body.
- The Accu-Chek Solo cannula assembly consists of the cannula casing and the sterile cannula. It creates the connection between the micropump and the body. The cannula assembly is available with two cannula lengths; 6 mm (orange) or 9mm (blue)
The Accu-Chek Solo Infusion Assembly requires the Accu-Chek Solo Insertion Device to be used for applying the pump holder and inserting the cannula January 2022
Accu-Chek Solo Infusion Assembly packs are available for purchase through the National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS) for people eligible for subsidised access to insulin pump consumables. Speak to your diabetes healthcare professional or refer to NDSS for further details. NDSS Insulin Pump Consumables
Dimensions: Approx. 67 x 32 x 6.5 mm
Dimensions: Approx. 85 x 52 mm
Orange: 6 mm, soft plastic catheter, 90o insertion angle
Blue: 9 mm, soft plastic catheter, 90o insertion angle
0.7 U (as part of infusion assembly replacement via the Diabetes Manager)
up to 3 days
Sterilised using ethylene oxide for single use according to EN ISO 11135
The Accu-Chek Solo reservoir is the second part of the micropump in addition to the pump base. The reservoir is a sterile container for holding the insulin that the micropump delivers to the body. The reservoir contains a battery that acts as an energy source for the micropump.
Accu-Chek Solo Reservoirs are available for purchase through the National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS) for people eligible for subsidised access to insulin pump consumables. Speak to your diabetes healthcare professional or refer to NDSS for further details. NDSS Insulin Pump Consumables
200 units (2.0ml)
Up to 4 days
The Accu-Chek Solo pump base is part of the micropump. It contains the mechanical parts as well as the electronics to control and monitor the operation of the pump.
The pump base needs to be replaced periodically. The paired Accu-Chek Solo Diabetes Manager will provide warnings and alerts in preparation for and when this is required to take place.
Approx. 63 x 39 x 14mm
The Accu-Chek Solo insertion device is used to attach the infusion assembly (pump holder and cannula) to the body and insert the cannula into the subcutaneous tissue.
82 × 53 × 49 mm (L × W × H)
Approx. 1 year
You can program a reminder in the diabetes manager to remind you to replace the insertion device before the end of the period of use.