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Global Smart Insulin Pen Market | Market Size | Competition

Home Reports Healthcare Report Global Smart Insulin Pen Market Smart Insulin Pen Market was valued at $59 million in 2016, and is estimated to reach $123 million by 2023, growing at a CAGR of 11.2% during the forecast period. Published: January 2018 | 257 Pages | Format: PDF | Download PDF Smart Insulin Pen Market was valued at $59 million in 2016, and is estimated to reach $123 million by 2023, growing at a CAGR of 11.2% during the forecast period. Smart insulin pens are used in delivering insulin externally, and as a result, offering better diabetes management system. Insulin pens have gained popularity in the recent years. The demand is increasing swiftly due to rapidly rising number of diabetic patients, and cost-effectiveness of the smart insulin pens. In addition, the simple functioning and accurate delivery of appropriate dosing adds to the demand. Nevertheless, some limitations prevail that limit the market growth, such as such as two types of insulin cannot be mixed in an insulin pen, therefore, leading more number of injections. Diabetes is a major health condition that is rapidly growing among the world population; therefore, the adoption of smart insulin pens is vital Continue reading >>

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  1. Cbiscuit

    Cat is currently on Lantus will be home Friday from shelter will do detox and then need a dosing scale using human Glucometer. ty

  2. Brashworks

    Per my post in the introduction section, it would probably help if you filled in a few blanks.
    Lantus is not dosed on a sliding scale - The initial dose will depend on what you are feeding, how much the cat weighs, if the cat is at ideal weight or over/underweight. What is the current dose and do you know how long the cat has been diabetic or on that dose?
    Keep in mind that Lantus dose adjustments are not based on pre-shot glucose readings - my understanding is the most important consideration is how low the cats blood sugar goes during the 12 hour cycle. This insulin works best with a consistent dose 12 hours apart. I suggest that you go to the sticky section of this forum and read about Lantus it will help you a lot.

  3. Vyktors Mum

    We don't use a sliding scale for lantus. Lantus is best given with consistent dosing at 12 hour intervals.
    We follow either tight regulation (TR) or start low go slow (SLGS) the details of each can be found in the posts at the top of this forum.

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