While using an insulin pen is one of the safest and most accurate way to administer insulin, faulty human memory can be a stumbling block for better diabetes management.
A post in the Daily Health News website stated:
"Confusion is something of which we could all use less and not miss. The pace of the world has increased to the point where we are usually forgetting something that needs our attention, because so many other things are making demands on our awareness at the same time.www.georgiavelo.com/…/independent-technology-makes-insu…"
Interviews have revealed that over a third of diabetics miss their doses at least 3 times a month. Most doctors think that the numbers could be higher. Thanks to smart insulin pen caps like InsulCheck, however, the problem of missed doses is now a thing of the past.
"Now there is at least one product on the market which keeps track of daily insulin dosing like an odometer keeps track of mileage on a car. These devices are reusable, and simply replace the standard cap supplied with popular insulin pens such as the Solostar pen that works with your Lantus insulin. All the user need do is replace the standard issue cap with the ‘smart’ one, and go on with one’s business.www.georgiavelo.com/…/independent-technology-makes-insu…"
If you usually miss your insulin doses, isn't it about time to consider a smart insulin pen cap to help you monitor your dosages? To get more information about insulin pen add-ons, read the article on http://insulinpens.com/311/.