Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Insulin & Pumps

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Insulin pumps deliver rapid-acting insulin all day through a catheter placed under your skin. Using a pump means you have more flexibility with your meal schedule. However, pumps, cartridges, and infusion sets are more expensive than syringes used for insulin injection.

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I’ve talked about the important ingredient added to Novo Nordisk’s Echo Pen and Will DuBois was over the moon about it! <> But the flip side of this story is that we only have one insulin pen, in the US, that offers us a memory cap. And it works for only one type of insulin, which rapid acting insulin. So what about my flex pen…

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Gretchen Becker, Health Guide, commented on Correction Bolus Ban This really dates me, but how about pencil and a little notebook you keep in your pocket?

01/29/14

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Dr. Fran Cogen, Health Pro, posted Update: Sensor-Augmented Insulin Pumps The New England Journal of Medicine was the first to publish the Diabetes Control…

09/10/13

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Kelsey Bonilla, Health Guide, posted Changing the Timing of Lantus Injection… Isn’t it funny when a mistake leads you to discover something…

09/09/13

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Kelsey Bonilla, Health Guide, posted Patience is a Virtue when Correcting… After years of experience giving correction doses of insulin to bring down…

08/28/13

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