Category Archives: Diabetes Management

AUGUST NEWSFEED

Immunotherapy Treatment Shown Safe in Type 1 Diabetes Clinical Trial A small clinical trial showed an immune system therapy was safe for people with type 1 diabetes, British researchers report. The immunotherapy also showed signs of helping to keep insulin production steady in people newly diagnosed with the disease, the study authors said. Read the […]

BAYER CONTOUR NEXT ONE, THE LATEST METER FROM BAYER, NOW AVAILABLE

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Good News Folks, The Bayer Contour Next ONE glucose meter is now available at Diabetic Outlet. Contour Next ONE is the latest meter system from Bayer – one of the leading manufacturers of diabetic and medical products. Featuring new Bluetooth Smart and SmartLight systems, the new Contour Next One meter seems to have all the […]

NOVA MAX GLUCOSE & KETONE TESTING SUPPLIES NOW AVAILABLE

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We are excited to announce the addition of the full line of Nova Care diabetic supplies to our store. Nova offers high quality products for glucose and ketone testing at affordable prices. The addition of Nova Care products to our inventory allows us to serve our customers with a broader range of diabetes test strips. You can now enjoy […]

CARETOUCH DIABETIC SUPPLIES NOW AVAILABLE

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We are excited to announce the addition of CareTouch diabetic supplies to our store. CareTouch offers high quality glucose testing supplies, insulin delivery systems, and diabetes management products at affordable prices. The addition of CareTouch products to our inventory allows us to serve our customers with a broader range of diabetes test strips.  You can now enjoy the low prices, […]

8 FDA-CLEARED SHARPS CONTAINERS FOR DISPOSING YOUR NEEDLES, SYRINGES, AND LANCETS

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FDA recommends that used sharps including needles, syringes, lancets, auto injectors (ie. insulin pens), infusion sets, connection needles/sets be immediately placed in FDA-cleared containers and dropped off at a needle disposal location. FDA-cleared sharps disposal containers are manufactured from rigid plastic and come marked with a line that indicates when the container should be considered full, which means […]

JUNE NEWSFEED

Hyperbaric Wound Treatment, Often for Treating Diabetes, Is booming. Is That A Good Thing? The American Diabetes Association does not recommend the treatment. After an ADA committee of experts in diabetes care reviewed the available research last year, it concluded there was “not enough supporting data on the efficacy of this treatment to recommend its […]

ADVOCATE PEN NEEDLES 33G x 5/32″ (4mm), WORLD’S THINEST, SHORTEST INSULIN PEN NEEDLE

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Pharma Supply, the manufacturer of ADVOCATE diabetes products, has recently introduced what appears to be the world’s thinest, shortest insulin pen needle. It’s time to take action if you have been waiting for an insulin pen needle as short as 5/32″ (4mm). Click the quick view link below and choose 33g, 5/32″ (4mm) from the dropdown, take […]

MAY NEWSFEED

How Machine Learning Is Helping Us Predict Heart Disease and Diabetes Scientists at Boston University’s Center for Information and Systems Engineering are trying to bring the power of machine- learning to help cut costly and unnecessary hospitalizations while improving outcomes for patients. They believe they could predict hospitalizations due to these two chronic diseases about […]

MARCH NEWSFEED

Antidepressants, Seizure Meds OK for Diabetic Neuropathy Pain According to a systematic review, published in the Neurology journal, it was shown that the serotonin-norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors (SNRIs) duloxetine and venlafaxine were more effective at reducing DPN pain compared with placebo, based on moderately strong evidence. Read the full story here: Neurology Study Suggests New Way to […]

JANUARY NEWSFEED

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Rat-grown organs cure diabetic mice In a new study by a team of Japanese scientists from Stanford University test mice were given drug-induced diabetes and endocrine islets extracted from the chimera rats’ pancreas were then transplanted into the mice. The transplanted islets successfully normalized and maintained host blood glucose levels for over 370 days. Read the […]