Insulin pumps and automated insulin delivery (AID) systems continue to revolutionize glucose management. The current data indicate there are over 1 million people with diabetes on insulin pump therapy worldwide. Diabetes practitioners play an integral role in helping users achieve success in the use of insulin pump therapy, which has been demonstrated to improve clinical outcomes and quality of life. Find & compare all insulin & medicine delivery devices
Smart pen technology can improve self-management. The ability to record and keep track of data along with integration with blood glucose meters, continuous glucose monitors and other applications including Bluetooth connectivity is linked to improved engagement, glycemic control and removing barriers to use.
The Insulin Simulator from Lilly is an interactive tool that lets health care professionals (HCPs) create and evaluate insulin regimens for hypothetical patients with varied characteristics. The simulator is designed to help HCPs understand the impact of different insulin doses on blood glucose values. Supported by Lilly.
Exercise & Insulin: Managing Highs & Lows
Integrating Diabetes Technology Into the Clinical Paradigm
Using Data from Technology Tools to Optimize Glucose Levels During Exercise
A lot of misinformation exists concerning how to safely exercise while living with diabetes, particularly Type 1 diabetes. Ginger Vieira, athlete and author of "Exercise with Type 1 Diabetes: How to exercise without scary lows or frustrating highs" joins The Huddle to discuss how to help people with diabetes feel empowered to exercise while managing their potential highs and lows.
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