Oct 1, 2013
The American Journal of Managed Care
Limiting Students' Diabetes Management to School Nurses Does Not...
Dealing with a child's diabetes during the school day can be challenging for all involved, so much so that in some studies parents have described it as "the worst experience," 1 Kimberly A. Driscoll, PhD, an assistant professor at Florida State University, told an audience at the 73rd Scientific Sessions of the American Diabetes Association meeting ... (more)
Letter: Emergency training
I am writing in opposition to the law passed against training nonlicensed medical professionals in Massachusetts schools to administer the glucagon injection.
Re: Pumps are already controlled via bluetooth
To answer Rick's question, all current integrated pumps and glucose meters will suggest a dose to be delivered manually.
3-drug combination stabilizes new onset of type-2 diabetes
A new study shows patients newly diagnosed with type-2 diabetes fare better when they are given a 3-drug combination compared to conventional therapy with one anti-diabetic medication.
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Announces Two Partnerships to...
Xeris Pharmaceuticals, Inc., and LATITUDE Pharmaceuticals, Inc., will develop two different formulations of soluble glucagon for use in infusion pumps, and better determine their impact in regulating blood-glucose levels in people with type 1 diabetes-- /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- JDRF announced today partnerships with both Xeris Pharmaceuticals, ... (more)