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Diabetes Insulin | Diabetes Daily Post - Part 3
Diabetes Insulin
Learning About “Tresiba” A New Longer-Acting Insulin for Diabetes
Tresiba: A new longer-acting insulin for diabetes Long-acting basal insulins help replace the background insulin in patients who have type 1 or type 2 diabetes.  The main purpose of these long-acting insulins is to provide background insulin that lasts around the clock, 24 hours a day to mimic a normally functioning pancreas as much as possible.  Tresiba is a new ultra long-acting insulin that was recently approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).  Tresiba...
Simplifying Your Diabetes Medication Regimen
Simplifying your Diabetes Medication Regimen Managing your type 2 diabetes can sometimes be a very overwhelming process, especially with complicated medication regimens. The World Health Organization reports that less than 50% of people are compliant with chronic medication therapy after 6 months of treatment. A common barrier that people with diabetes may face with their medication regimens is pill burden (too many pills per day). In people with diabetes this may impact medications you take...
Understanding The Role of Glucagon Injections for Hypoglycemia in Patients Injecting Insulin
The role of glucagon injection for hypoglycemia in patients injecting insulin. Patients who use insulin to treat their diabetes can sometimes experience a low blood sugar reaction, also known as hypoglycemia. This can happen for a variety of reasons, but often it is from too much insulin, skipping meals or insulin combined with excessive exercise. This can become an emergency situation. If you don’t have a glucagon kit at home, speak to your health care...
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