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Can Type 2 Diabetes Be Corrected with Bariatric Surgery
Can Type 2 Diabetes Be Corrected with Bariatric Surgery
As of today, the most effective treatment for severe obesity that can achieve long term weight loss is bariatric surgery. view more
A patient guide for understanding insulin
A Patient Guide For Understanding Insulin
Insulin is a hormone made by your pancreas that helps to lower your blood sugar levels. Insulin helps lower your view more
A patient guide for premixed insulin
A Patient Guide for Pre-Mixed Insulin
Premixed analogues provide both basal and postprandial coverage starting with 1 injection, but they are generally administered twice daily (BID) view more
Medical Device Errors
Medical Device Errors
Medical device errors can be due to manufacture-related error, which is further subcategorized as manufacturing errors or device-design errors. view more
A Patient Guide For Understanding Insulin Pumps
A Patient Guide For Understanding Insulin Pumps
Insulin pumps are computerized systems that deliver insulin by two different methods. The first is referred to as a basal view more
A patient guide for glucometers
A Patient Guide For Glucometers
Glucometers are medical devices used to measure blood sugar level. Follow the directions of your doctor and the range that view more
Comparing Pre-Mixed Insulin Regimen to Basal Bolus For Diabetes
Comparing Pre-Mixed Insulin Regimen to Basal Bolus For Diabetes
Current clinical guidelines recommend to use basal-bolus insulin regimen for the management of hyperglycemia in non-intensive care unit settings. view more
A Patient Guide For Basal Bolus Insulin Regimen
There are three components to a basal-bolus insulin regimen. A basal insulin, a bolusinsulin, and a correction insulin. Each type view more
Diabetes-in-neonates
Diabetes in Neonates
Neonatal diabetes is defined as the appearance of hyperglycemia in need of insulin treatment for at least two weeks and view more
A Patient Guide For Basal Bolus Insulin Regimen
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