Managing diabetes properly involves more than just blood testing and insulin injections. Dozens of companies make products that make life easier for children with diabetes. These pages include reviews of products that could help.
- Blood Glucose Meters
- Continuous Glucose Monitoring
- Syringes, Pens and Injection Products
- Alternate Site Testing
- Computerizing Your Meter
- Emergency Glucose
- HbA1c Measurement
- Insulin Pumps
- la Bomba de Insulina
- Lancets and Lancing Devices
Food and Diet Products (from our Nutrition pages)
- Books for Children and Teens with Type 1 Diabetes
- Books for Parents, Adults and Older Kids with Type 1 Diabetes
- Books about Type 2 Diabetes
- Featured Book of the Week
- Carrying Cases and Pouches
- Gadget Grrl Articles
- Games and Other Products
- Mail Order & Online Pharmacies
- Magazines and Periodicals
- Medical Identification Products
Companies with products of interest to people with diabetes can contact us to request addition of their product to these pages. Please do not send unsolicited commercial e-mail to people who have e-mail addresses listed within this web site.
The reviews of products are the opinion of children with DIABETES. Each product is reviewed with a single purpose: to determine if the product is suitable for use by children with type 1 diabetes, their parents, and, to a lesser degree, adults with type 1 diabetes. There are many products aimed at adults with type 2 diabetes that are not appropriate or suitable for children or adults with type 1 diabetes.
Last Updated: Thursday February 27, 2014 19:28:20
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