Disease Education Resources
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Prof. Frank Snoek presents facts regarding psychological insulin resistance in people with type 2 diabetes and explores practical strategies to overcome it.
John Anderson and Teresa Pearson share a discussion with you on the identification of people living with type 2 diabetes whose clinical course suggests insulin with meals may improve their glycemic control.
Time in ranges is a broad term that encompasses the amount of time in hyperglycemic, hypoglycemic, and target glucose ranges. CGM metrics provide actionable information to facilitate a focused conversation between the HCP and the person with diabetes.
In this material you will learn about benefits of smart pen technologies. And how smart pen technologies address barriers in diabetes management
In this material you will learn about potential ways to utilize the technology for improved care conversations and insulin management
Connected care is an approach to diabetes management that uses digital tools and devices to inform patient and HCP decision-making. Benefits and challenges should be discussed with patients to ensure success with the device.
CGM-derived metrics can be used to assess glycemic control. During visits, it’s important to include PPG and TIR on the agenda, assess barriers to self-management for patients and reinforce goals and positive habits.