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Information on the newest products for the care of patients with diabetes, from electronics to software and other products that have everything and anything to do with diabetes.

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Razer Nabu


Razer Nabu It looks like my beloved Nike+ FuelBand, but in addition to logging and displaying your steps, distance, stairs and sleep, it has a second screen that will display text messages, Twitter, incoming calls and more — with both iOS and Android mobiles. It’s called a "social wearable" as …

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Review: The Spark People Activity Tracker


Review: The Spark People Activity Tracker  This Electronic pedometer and activity monitor is accurate and simple to use. Patients can just clip it on a belt or shoe, or even place it in their pants pocket and it monitors activity. Although this sounds like every other pedometer, what makes the …

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AliveCor® an EKG on Your Smart Phone


AliveCor® an EKG on Your Smart Phone  With the AliveCor System you can offer cardiac expertise to more of your patients, expanding the scope of your practice and providing valuable information about your patients’ cardiac health. The FDA has granted the company over-the-counter clearance for the AliveCor Heart Monitor, a …

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Great Low Carb Bread Co Introduces Hamburger Buns


Great Low Carb Bread Co Introduces Hamburger Buns  Just 2 net carbohydrates per bun. Now your patients can enjoy their bread and not feel guilty. A normal hamburger bun has between 18 and 25 grams of carbohydrates. With buns from the Great Low Carb Bread Company, patients can enjoy a …

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SENSUS A treatment for DPN


SENSUS A treatment for DPN  SENSUS offers transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation. SENSUS is lightweight, wearable under clothing, and offers non-narcotic pain relief alone or as a complement to other medications. In addition, it has an easy-to-use, one-button control. "For people with diabetes, especially those with PDN who have led a …

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EZ-Vac™ Vacuum Device for Alternate Site Blood Sampling


EZ-Vac™ Vacuum Device for Alternate Site Blood Sampling  The EZ-Vac works with any lancing device to assist with blood collections from areas other than the fingertip, such as the forearm. The key features and benefits include its compact design, a special tip that works on alternate locations, Alternate site testing …

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Retina Camera


Retina Camera  A new optical device the size of a hand held video camera from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology can scan an entire retina in seconds. This device combines ultra high-speed 3D imaging, a tiny micro-electro mechanical systems mirror for scanning, and corrective techniques for unintentional movements in a …

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iHealth BG5 Monitor


iHealth BG5 Monitor This new meter can be synced to your patients’ smartphones and/or tablet computers. The meter keeps tabs on how many strips they’ve used and tells them when to scan the code on a new vial. The BG5 works with the Gluco-Smart app for iPhone or Android. It …

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Asante Snap Insulin Pump


  Asante Snap Insulin Pump  Asante Snap’s benefits include: prefilled cartridges, automatically fills tubing (autoprime), 25% lighter than the leading pump, never needs to have the battery changed or charged, uses glass cartridges scientifically proven to keep insulin at high quality, plus first-time users were able to complete critical tasks …

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