Diabetes Equipment And Devices Articles
Share your thoughts and concerns about the new FDA standards for glucose monitoring test systems.
The goal of a completed and marketed artificial pancreas is to ease the burden of living with diabetes — particularly those living with type 1 diabetes.
A new innovative product allows users to painlessly inject into the same location for three days in a row.
Managing diabetes with an insulin pump isn't always easy. Knowing what to do when things go wrong can help relieve some of that stress.
Pricking your finger several times a day to monitor glucose may soon be a thing of the past thanks to the Google Smart Contact Lens.
In order for your glucometer to take care of you, you must first take care of it.
Online emergency medicine is not only at your fingertips, it may be a free service.
Vomit, faint, run or hide, the needles still keep on coming with type 1 diabetes. Now, thanks to a recent innovation there is an effective way.
Once a diabetes meter and its strips are FDA approved, there is no independent testing to assure that those strips remain accurate.
It’s crucial for people with diabetes to be ready for an emergency. Preparing now can save your life in the future. Fill up your kit with these supplies.
We've said our goodbyes to the dusty "How to Count Carbohydrates" book on kitchen counters, and replaced it with a digital copy or phone app serving
Mobile apps offer diabetics an easy way to manage diabetes data. Here is a brief run-down of four apps that are garnering national attention. Read more here.
If you have chosen to pump insulin, let's go through some common settings and how to use them.
Although pumping is a good option for many, it is not the cure-all of diabetes therapy.
There are many different types of insulin, and ways to deliver it to your body. Here's how to find the insulin routine that works for you.
A continuous glucose monitoring system, or CGM, is part of the new “cutting edge” treatment options for patients with diabetes.