Modern Diabetes Technologies and Treatments

The term "diabetes technology" describes the tools, resources, and software that diabetics use to better manage their blood sugar levels, prevent complications from occurring, lessen the burden of having diabetes, and improve their quality of life. Insulin delivery via a syringe, pen, or pump and blood glucose monitoring via a metre or continuous glucose monitor are the two main categories of diabetes technology. Recent developments in diabetes technology include software that serves as a medical device and supports diabetic self-management, as well as hybrid devices that test glucose and dispense insulin, some of which are automated. When used effectively, diabetic technology may enhance people's lives and health; nonetheless, the environment's complexity and quick growth may present a hurdle to patient and provider adoption.

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