Education on proper injection techniques from the basics on up is vital for a positive experience and improved blood glucose values. Information including site rotation guidance, drawing up insulin, needle attachment, preparation and use of an insulin pen, and how to administer a dose into the skin along with other topics are covered in this overview.
Smart pen technology can improve self-management. The ability to record and keep track of data along with integration with blood glucose meters, continuous glucose monitors, and other applications including Bluetooth connectivity is linked to improved engagement, glycemic control, and removing barriers to use.
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