- HumaPen Ergo[sup Â®] : A New 3.0ml Reusable Insulin Pen: Evaluation of Patient Acceptability. Stocks, A.; Perry, S.-r.; Brydon, P. // Clinical Drug Investigation;2001, Vol. 21 Issue 5
Objective: To assess the functionality and patient acceptability of HumaPen Ergo[sup Â®] , a new 3.0ml reusable insulin pen.Design: Patients trialled HumaPen Ergo[sup Â®] (Eli Lilly) over 5 to 7 weeks and completed a questionnaire at the conclusion of the study.Setting: Eight Diabetes...
- Mini-pump: method of diabetic control during minor surgery under general anaesthesia. Barnett, Anthony H.; Robinson, Martin H.; Harrison, James H.; Watkins, Peter J. // British Medical Journal;1/12/1980, Vol. 280 Issue 6207, p78
Focuses on the efficacy of a mini-pump in delivering insulin during surgical operation of diabetic patients. Maintenance of acceptable glucose concentrations when using the pump; Usefulness of the pump; Absence of hypoglycemic episode during insulin infusion.
- THE NEW INSULIN PUMPS: TIGHT CONTROL--AT A PRICE. Nemchik, Rita; Fitzgerald, Mollie A. // RN;May83, Vol. 46 Issue 5, p52
Part VIII. Focuses on insulin pump therapy for type 1 diabetes. Review of studies about the results of using insulin pumps; Importance of understanding how the pump should be used; Problems and complications; Discussion on the psychological and social effects of using the device. INSETS: A...
- Insulin Pump Therapy: a Meta-Analysis. Devries, J. Hans; Heine, Robert J. // Diabetes Care;Aug2003, Vol. 26 Issue 8, p2485
Comments on the results of the meta-analysis of the efficacy of continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion (CSII) versus multiple daily injection or conventional therapy for diabetes. Glycohemoglobin level of subjects; Mean effect CSII.
- Insulin Pump Therapy: a Meta-Analysis. Weissberg-Benchell, Jill; Antisdel-Lomaglio, Jeanne; Seshadri, Roopa // Diabetes Care;Aug2003, Vol. 26 Issue 8, p2485
Replies to comments on the results of the meta-analysis of the efficacy of continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion versus multiple daily injection or conventional therapy. Clarification of major points of disagreement; Admission of selection bias of nonrandomized parallel design studies.
- Insulin pump better than injection in type 1 diabetes. // Pulse;8/11/2010, Vol. 70 Issue 24, p13
The article reports on a randomised controlled trial which found that insulin pump therapy was better than injections in patients with type one diabetes.
- Assessment of In Vivo Stability of a New Insulin Preparation for Implantable Insulin Pumps. Boivin, Sophie; Belicar, Pauline; Melki, Vincent // Diabetes Care;Dec99, Vol. 22 Issue 12, p2089
Summarizes a study which examined the in vivo stability of an insulin preparation for implantable insulin pumps. Materials and methods; Results; Discussion and conclusion.
- Prepare to pump. McCarren, Marie // Diabetes Forecast;Sep95, Vol. 48 Issue 9, p32
Discusses information on insulin pumps for diabetics. Advantages of insulin pumps; Similarity of pump's function with the human pancreas; Cost of the pump; Risks for hypoglycemia.
- Implantable insulin pumps are feasible and safe. // Modern Medicine;Aug94, Vol. 62 Issue 8, p47
Presents an abstract of the article `Feasibility of intraperitoneal insulin therapy with programmable implantable pumps in IDDM: A multiple study,' by H. Hanaire-Broutin, C. Broussolle, et al., published in `Diabetes Care' journal in March 1995.