A Review of Insulin Pen Devices
Sneha Waghe, Lasure A B, Bavage S B, Nandkishor Bavage
insulin, pen, elderly
The prevalence of diabetes (DM) in the elderly currently accounts for about half of all people with diabetes. DM treatment often requires a variety of medications including insulin therapy; however, because of discomfort such as dementia, loss of vision, emotional dysfunction, discomfort, and manual labor, elderly patients may increase the risk of hypoglycaemia and other measurement errors related to insulin administration. Since the introduction of insulin pens in 1985, there has been steady improvement in the provision of several benefits over traditional vial delivery and insulin delivery syringes. In recent years, pens have become easier to use.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 3

Page(s): 389 - 391
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