"The biggest reason NASA uses what is considered outdated technology is because it all has to go through flight-certification testing (i.e. vibration testing, rad-testing, etc.) years before actually being flown. By the time things get up to the ISS…"
"I used the Medtronic sensor a while back. My personal experience with that was pretty bad. Very inaccurate, huge insertion needle (making me bleed every. single. time.) and the transmitter does not have any adhesive on it causing it to flop about…"
"I don't have this problem, but possible causes. It's possible you could have an allergy to the cannula material. I believe most, if not all, of the pump companies use Teflon for their canullas. If that's the case, you will either have…"
"I started off with a 2-day script back in late 2009, which led to me cancelling auto-refill sometime back in October of last year, I think. I've still got enough pods to get me through June, which means I'll have to wait for the new small…"
hi kimberly but my friend was already embarassed and in a bad way and I dont think insisting that she cause a scence would have been the best option right then and there . I think we did the best thing we could in the choice to go home and try another flight in a couple of days . well for the trips from now on we will just do Mdi s which is what I do cause I cannot afford a pump . so the best option we figure is that since no one has bothered to return her phone call . thanks for your weighing in though appreciated very much .
Too cool! I wanted to be a robotic engineer when I grew up, but somehow I became an artist instead. Now I am moving back into the technology field once again. Where once tech'y stuff was a hobby and art was my job, I am almost done switching those both around, heh.
The Diabetes Hands Foundation and Diabetes Advocates Program is proud to announce and congratulate the members of DA who were granted scholarships to attend diabetes conferences in 2013! Thanks to a generous grant from Novo Nordisk, in 2013 we were … Continue Reading
El Centro Nacional de Prevención de Enfermedades Crónicas y Promoción de la Salud en el Estados Unidos encontró que a partir de 2002-2009, el 11,8% de los hispanos mayores de 20 años, que viven en los EU, viven con diabetes … Continue Reading