Insulin pens are a great way to inject insulin. They are convenient and easy to carry. Keeping track of the last time you injected insulin is what's been missing from insulin pens for a long time. Of course, we should be jotting down our times and amounts in a logbook to avoid double injections. Insulcheck has created an insulin pen attachment that tracks when you last injected insulin from your pen.
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We've been talking about smart insulin pens for years. A smart pen that includes some of the helpful features found in today's smart pumps would help non-pump patients increase the success of their diabetes management greatly.
Timesulin is a cap for insulin pens that shows users how long it's been since their last insulin injection. It is easy to forget when you last took a shot. Was it 10 minutes ago? An hour? 3 hours? Missing the shot can results in blood sugar highs, while taking an extra can result in blood sugar lows. Timesulin helps avoid these mistakes.
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When you are diagnosed with diabetes, there is a lot to learn. Luckily, there are many people that can help. Building your healthcare team with the right members will ensure a healthy understanding of diabetes management. Your team members will help you learn what to eat, how to exercise, how to manage your emotions, which medicines to take and much more. Who should be in your healthcare team?
Now available at the Diabetes Mall, this book is the ultimate home reference from the diabetes experts. When it comes to managing diabetes, knowledge is your most powerful tool. For over seven decades, the American Diabetes Association has been leading the way in finding a cure and improving the lives of people wiht diabetes. With the ADA Complete Guide to Diabetes, you have the go-to-source for the most reliable information on diabetes self-care from the diabetes authority.
Almost everyone with diabetes has a run in with health insurance concerns at one time or another. A quick search of "diabetes" and "insurance" brings up hundreds of forum topics with people talking about their insurance woes. Most people with diabetes either have insurance that won't cover enough of their diabetes needs, like test strips, labs, and doctor's visits or don't have insurance to help at all.