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Editor’s Note DCMS #58

Nov 8, 2011

We try to make insulin use as simple and painless as possible for our patients, and this usually means trying to limit the number of injections a day and selecting the shortest, thinnest needle possible. Most of the time this works fine but this week’s Disaster Averted, Ask the Right Questions, looks at a potential problem when the wrong patient gets too large a dose and too small a needle.

In this week’s Homerun Slides series on GLP-1, Incretins, Part 6, our publisher, Steve Freed, has got some more great info for you to share with your colleagues. And in our weekly Clinical Gem, we begin to delve more into the psychology associated with diabetes and how it affects toddlers and preschoolers, and their families.