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insulin Archive

Pump Tip: Taking Advantage of the “Daily Totals” Feature

It’s one thing to know your Daily Totals, but you can take your diabetes management to the next level by staying on top of your history. The Daily Totals feature on your pump can provide you with instant access to a day-by-day history of your total insulin usage for the previous 32 days. You

Cooler Weather Is Here! Remember Proper Insulin Storage

While it may be 72 and sunny here in Southern California, my Facebook feed is filled with snowy weather reports and ski jacket-clad friends from the East Coast and Midwest. So, with temperatures dropping, we thought…what better time to revisit one of Naomi’s great posts on proper insulin storage? Hope you find this as

In Case You Missed It: California Ruling On Access To Insulin For Students

Recently, our News to Infuse newsletter team sat down with Dr. Francine Kaufman to discuss a California Supreme Court ruling that trained non-licensed school personnel can assist California's students in administering insulin if needed. Because this issue is so important, and because the ruling impacts the daily care of more than 10,000 students living

Explaining Active Insulin

True or false? Active insulin is a type of insulin that is out-going, heavily involved in sports and enjoys outdoor activities. False, it's actually an interesting and really important insulin pump feature included in the Bolus Wizard feature of our insulin pumps!

Cooler Weather Is On Its Way! Remember Proper Insulin Storage

I have been sitting in meeting after meeting recently discussing the topic: high blood glucose (BG). People representing teams all over the company have thrown around the question "How can we help customers with unexplained high numbers" (without giving medical advice, of course, since you should rely on your doctor for that)?