Thursday, July 31, 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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Dr. Bill Quick, Health Pro, commented on Getting Started With An Insulin Pump:… You need to see a diabetes specialist, or better still, a diabetes…

05/07/13

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Dr. Bill Quick, Health Pro, commented on Knowing When Insulin has Gone Bad As no one else had stuck their two cents in, I decided to go whole-hog and write up a…

05/05/13

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Dr. Fran Cogen, Health Pro, posted Development and Diabetes Technology My most recent blog discussed the artificial pancreas in the camp setting. The…

04/03/13

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Dr. Fran Cogen, Health Pro, posted New Technology to Improve the Quality… I have learned to become a “life-long learner.” As such, I am…

03/13/13

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