Above portrays a break down of the basic stages to appropriately setting up a standard insulin pump. This does not consider the very minor but expected elements of the process including things like appropriately wash hands as well as body before starting. This is a very basic break down and other pumps have sleight variations on this process. I have analysed this process in contrast with the Omnipod (wireless Pumps). I have noticed key parts in the process that could be reduced or removed to aid the user. The key objective would be to make the set up as simplistic and with least stages as possible. The more stages as seen above the more risk and complexity for the user.