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New, Easy Diabetes Safety Lancets

Stat Medical Hardware, Inc (SMD) was founded in 1988 and is a leader in developing and distributing innovative medical devices. Their emphasis is on lancets, lancing devices and clinical, capillary blood sampling devices.

This type of lancet is innovative because sometimes when you are using a lancet pen device, it is difficult to manipulate.

The Stat-Let Auto Lancets are available in 5 different systems to accomodate your blood sampling necessity. They feature very simple one-step function, non-reuse safety feature. These lancet devices are indivually wrapped, and they are packaged in boxes of 100.

 

In our home care agency, we use these to test the blood sugar of many of our senior citizens who cannot do their own testing while they are on service with our agency. What's great about these lancets is that you do not have to place them in lancing pens. They are individually wrapped and ready to dispose of when you are finished with testing on your finger.

 

You have to be able to remove the top to the lancing device, place a lancet in the lancing pen, close the pen, make sure the pen is ready to use and then click on your finger to get a blood sample. This may be difficult for seniors with arthritic problems or deformed fingers related to arthritis. Sometimes people do not want to be bothered with setting up the lancet pen--too much of a hassle.The Stat-Let Auto Lancets make it easy to attain a blood sample from the finger.

 

There are 5 different models for different depths depending on whether you are testing on an adult, child or infant.

Auto Pediatric lancet 1.8mm Depth-26 gauge

Auto Comfort Lancet 1.8mm Depth-21 gauge

Auto Normal Lancet 2.4mm Depth-21 gauge

Auto Extra Lancet 3.0mm Depth-21 gauge

Auto Neonatal/Heelstick 1.2mm Depth-18 gauge

 

As you can see that the higher the mm, the deeper the lancing devices penetrates into the finger. If you have calloused fingers or you have difficulty in getting a good blood supply, you would want to go with the Auto Extra Lancet with the 3.0mm Depth-21 gauge.

 

Here is what the Auto Extra Lancet looks like. There are different colors for each of the different lancets.

Auto Extra Lancet

 

All you have to do is:

**Remove the protective cap

**Place the Stat-Let Auto lancet onto your test site.

**Push firmly against your test site and the needle is automatically released.

**After use dispose in suitable "sharps" container.

 

That's it. If a loved one doesn't want to do their blood sugar because the lancet pen is a hassle or too difficult to manipulate, this may be the answer you have been searching for.

 

Fern Kuhn, RN http://www.diabetestestingcenter.com http://www.laserhairremovalreviews.info http://www.acnereviews.info

 

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"How To Play The Diabetes Game" - A Review

 

There are hundreds of self-help eBooks published every year. I must admit, when I decided to take a look at yet another book about diabetes and diet, I expected to find the same old stuff rehashed into a new form. I was delightfully surprised. The author, JM Hanf, although not diabetic herself, has a lifetime of experience with the disease through friends and family members. Though it contains a fair amount of "how to"diabetic diet information and will obviously be of particular interest to diabetics, How To Play the Diabetes Game is not a diet book.

 

The author, JM Hanf is a researcher and her primary interest is in helping those of us with health challenges sort through the piles of information, good and bad, and simplifying them so we are able to make informed decisions concerning our plan for the rest of our lives. She offers a wealth of fascinating material drawn from medicine, child development, psychology, and neurobiology, among other fields.

 

Her account is easily read and understood, yet its even backed by an extensive glossary of scientific diabetic terms and their definitions. Hanf begins with an introduction to her concept of treating your disease like a game - a game you want to win. She has you develop a "team" of specialists and examine your "playing field" and come up with a "game plan". The analogy works well. She has chapters on the connection between disease and mental stress.

 

This book is not just for diabetics. Prevention is also a key theme. There is an optimistic look at the future and ongoing research that will give anyone battling this disease a real boost. As you can tell, I was impressed by the book. It is something I would buy for someone who has just been diagnosed or for someone with diabetic kids. I think it would help you focus on what is really important and cut through all the misinformation spread out there in the name of "retail marketing" of new greatest pill, diet book, exercise plan and so on. You can find out more about her book at http://www.diabetesbegone.com/dietletter/index.html

 

The author currently writes articles for magazines such as RV Digest, Doggone News, and Coast to Coast. Her current website: http://www.informationtoo.com is dedicated to offering easy internet business ideas to those with writers block.. on or offline.

 

Diabetes and the Preventive Power of Coffee!

Type 2 diabetes mellitus is one of the most rapidly accelerating diseases today in terms of number of people afflicted. Theories abound as to why this is the case; however, scientists are now looking at new ways to improve the overall health of those both at risk for and suffering from this disease. Many of these scientists have found that drinking coffees can significantly reduce the risk and effects of the disease.

 

I particularly liked the chapter comparing sugar substitutes and their effects on your system. Successive chapters then describe prevention, associated health problems such as neuropathy and retinopathy. food, menus, recipes, history obesity, future developments and more. Hanf starts each chapter with a pertinent quotation. I enjoyed the one by Oprah. Her writing style is easy, informative and light. Apart from a story about her own diabetic family, Hanf relies not at all on anecdotal tales but on research. She has answered the most asked questions about diabetes and diet. Woven through out this easy read is the theme of taking responsibility for your health, your diet, your weight and your attitude.


In a recent study done at the Channing Laboratory of the Harvard School of Public Health, at the Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital, in Boston, Massachusetts, researchers explored the link between long-term coffees consumption and Type 2 diabetes mellitus. The study followed over 120,000 men and women for eighteen years. The researchers found that long-term coffees consumption actually reduced insulin resistance, which is the key factor in Type 2 diabetes mellitus.

They were able to conclude that long-term coffees consumption significantly reduces the risk for Type 2 diabetes mellitus in both men and women and therefore benefits the health of the coffees drinker. The results of this study were affirmed in another student by the Department of Molecular Medicine, of the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden. Although this study was of a lower scale (7949 subjects), it found similar results.

If the patient came into the study already suffering from Type 2 diabetes mellitus or impaired glucose tolerance (also known as insulin resistance or pre-diabetes), drinking at least 5 cups of coffees a day reduced their insulin resistance. This was particularly true for women, who statistically suffer from a larger risk of insulin resistance than men. The health of those who drank coffees also benefited from enhanced insulin response.

The Department of Epidemiology and Health Promotion of the National Public Health Institute; at the University of Helsinki in Helsinki, Finland, also did a study of over 14,000 middle-aged patients to see if there is a relationship between coffees consumption and Type 2 diabetes mellitus.

This study was particularly interesting because the Finnish people have the highest coffees consumption in the world. This study again found that the incidence of Type 2 diabetes mellitus decreased as the coffees consumption increased. In doing this study, the researchers found that this relationship existed even when the results were statistically adjusted to account for other risk factors, such as age, smoking, weight, alcohol consumption, and filtered/non-filtered coffees.

As mentioned previously, women have a higher incidence of insulin resistance and Type 2 diabetes mellitus than men. That may be why the Department of Medicine at the Sahlgrenska University Hospital/Ostra in Goteborg, Sweden, concentrated their study on women exclusively.

When they studied 1361 women with no previous incidence of heart disease or diabetes over a period of twenty years, they found that the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes mellitus for women who consumed five or more cups of coffees daily was almost half of that of women who drank three to four cups each day. The study also found that it's possible that the coffees had an affect on the women's cholesterol levels, further benefiting their overall health.

Finally, the Centre for Nutrition and Food Safety at the School of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences at the University of Surrey in Guildford, United Kingdom, again confirmed the benefit of drinking coffees with regards to reducing the risk of Type 2 diabetes mellitus.

This study focused on the coffees effects on the gastrointestinal hormones that help regulate insulin secretion. The study found that caffeinated coffees actually lowered the absorption rate of the glucose, thereby reducing the effects of the Type 2 diabetes mellitus. Overall, these studies suggest that drinking caffeinated coffees can be beneficial to those looking to reduce their risk of developing or worsening Type 2 diabetes mellitus.

 

Randy has more articles on coffee and coffee beans at Ultimate Coffees Info such as Are Coffee Enemas the Real Thing?.

 

Exercise Can Reduce Risks Of Diabetes

 

The 2 types of diabetes are type I and type II. Type I diabetes is characterized by the pancreas making too little or no insulin. An individual with diabetes type I will have to inject insulin throughout the day in order to control glucose levels. Type II diabetes, also known as adult onset diabetes, is characterized by the pancreas not producing enough insulin to control glucose levels or the cells not responding to insulin. When a cell does not respond to insulin, it is known as insulin resistance.

 

When a subject is diagnosed with type II diabetes, exercise and weight control are prescribed as measures to help with insulin resistance. If this does not control glucose levels, then medication is prescribed. The risk factors for type II diabetes include: inactivity, high cholesterol, obesity, and hypertension. Inactivity alone is a very strong risk factor that has been proven to lead to diabetes type II. Exercise will have a positive effect on diabetes type II while improving insulin sensitivity while type I cannot be controlled be an exercise program. Over 90% of individuals with diabetes have type II.

Exercise causes the body to process glucose faster, which lowers blood sugar. The more intense the exercise, the faster the body will utilize glucose. Therefore it is important to understand the differences in training with type I and type II diabetes. It is important for an individual who has diabetes to check with a physician before beginning an exercise program. When training with a diabetic, it is important to understand the dangers of injecting insulin immediately prior to exercise.

 

An individual with type I diabetes injecting their normal amount of insulin for a sedentary situation can pose the risk of hypoglycemia or insulin shock during exercise. General exercise guidelines for type I are as follows: allow adequate rest during exercise sessions to prevent high blood pressure, use low impact exercises and avoid heavy weight lifting, and always have a supply of carbohydrates nearby. If blood sugar levels get too low, the individual may feel shaky, disoriented, hungry, anxious, become irritable or experience trembling. Consuming a carbohydrate snack or beverage will alleviate these symptoms in a matter of minutes.

Before engaging in exercise, it is important for blood sugar levels to be tested to make sure that they are not below 80 to 100 mg/dl range and not above 250 mg/dl. Glucose levels should also be tested before, during, after and three to five hours after exercise. During this recovery period (3-5 hours after exercise), it is important for diabetics to consume ample carbohydrates in order to prevent hypoglycemia.

Exercise will greatly benefit an individual with type II diabetes because of its positive effects on insulin sensitivity. Proper exercise and nutrition are the best forms of prevention for type II diabetics. It is important for training protocols to be repeated almost daily to help with sustaining insulin sensitivity. To prevent hypoglycemia, progressively work up to strenuous activity.

As with individuals with type I diabetes, carbohydrates should also be present during training to assist in raising blood sugar levels if the individual becomes low.

 

This article provided courtesy of http://www.cholesterol-answers.com

 

Tools to Manage Your Diabetes

 

It's estimated that in the US, over 18 million people over the age of 20 have diabetes. If you happen to have been diagnosed with diabetes, make sure you're getting all the right diabetes treatment supplies. Also check to make sure that your glucose levels are within the accepted guidelines. Take any other additional steps your physician has advised - but most of all, go out and live your life because your diabetes IS manageable!

People over the age of 45 and those who are considered obese are especially risk prone for this potentially fatal disease. Some of the potential health problems that may result are: partial to complete blindness, kidney disease, hypoglycemia and certain sexual and urological problems. These include erectile dysfunction in men.

Even though these are serious concerns and should be carefully watched for, diabetes is in fact quite manageable, especially with some of the tools we currently have to work with. For example, blood sugar monitoring devices can accurately check your blood glucose levels in a matter of seconds.

Check your levels at least daily. Depending on your particular diagnosis, you might need insulin shots to manage your blood chemistry effectively. These shots may be required several times a day. Also, be sure to have a glucogen emergency kit on hand at all times for your diabetes treatment. This is an important element that should be part of your diabetes supplies kit.

Even though diabetes is manageable, don't make the mistake of thinking that it isn't a serious condition that doesn't require daily attention. It is and it does. Be sure to always keep on hand all of the supplies necessary for proper monitoring and treatment. Like the glucagons kit I just mentioned. Speaking of which, all of the medical supplies you need are available online and can be delivered to your home as needed.

A diabetes diagnosis means that you will probably live with the condition for the rest of your life. But it doesn't mean the end of your life. Far from it. Millions of people live very full and complete lives despite the condition's very real potential to bring about serious consequences to one's well being.

And if you're worrying that your diabetes diagnosis means that you'll automatically be going in and out of the doctor's office every other day - don't. With self-discipline, a good understanding of the disease and effective diabetes treatment and monitoring techniques, diabetes becomes a very manageable condition.

 

Carla Peterson is a freelance author from Des Moines, Iowa. For examples of other articles, see www.1st-in-diabetes-resources.net

Diabetes Associations

A person with diabetes needs to acquire the necessary education and knowledge about his condition in order to know how to avoid the onset of acute or chronic complications, and to be able to attack and swiftly remedy any problem. This way life can be enjoyable, healthy, productive, and happy and, above all, free of complications.

Diabetes associations are the perfect places where people with Diabetes and their families will be able to find all kinds of Diabetes related information and education that they need, from from the most basic and simple to the most complex and in-depth aspects concerning to this "Life condition".

There are lots of leading nonprofit health organization providing diabetes research, information and advocacy. These associations are dedicated to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes.

 

Type 1 Diabetes (previously known as insulin-dependent diabetes) Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease. An autoimmune disease results when the body's system for fighting infection stops in a part of body. In diabetes, the immune system attacks the insulin-producing beta cells in the pancreas and destroys them. The pancreas then produces little or no insulin. A person who has type 1 diabetes must take insulin daily to live.

To fulfill this mission they funds research, publishes scientific findings, provides information and other services to people with diabetes, their families, health professionals and the public. They also actively involved in advocating for scientific research and for the rights of people with diabetes. They usually provide consumer information on many diabetes-related topics---meal planning, exercise, complications of diabetes, nutrition, and more. They often work with municipal, provincial, territorial and federal governments and policy-makers to ensure they recognize diabetes as one of the most significant public health issues in World today, and take action to address it. Some of the pioneer diabetic associations who are providing commendable contribution in the fight against diabetics are listed below.

AUSTRALIA Diabetes Australia 517 Phipps Place Deakin ACT 2600 Australia Tel. 61-6-2835277 UNITED KINGDOM British Diabetes Association 10 Queen Anne Street London WIM OBD Tel.44-71/323-1531

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA American Diabetes Association 1660 Duke Street Alexandria, VA 22314 Tel. 1-800-2323472 (USA only) 1-703-549-1500 SWEDEN Swedish Diabetic Association P.O. Box 1545 S 171 29 Solna Tel. 46-8/629 85 80

 

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Types of Diabetes

Before we start discussion about type of diabetes we must know what exactly is diabetes?

Diabetes is a disorder of metabolism--the digestion system of our body for growth and energy. Almost every food we eat broken down to glucose, the form or sugar which is the fuel for our body. After digestion, glucose passes into the bloodstream, where it is used by cells for growth and energy. For glucose to get into cells, insulin must be present. Insulin is a hormone produced by the pancreas, a large gland behind the stomach.

 

When we eat, the pancreas automatically produces the right amount of insulin to move glucose from blood into our cells. For the people having diabetes this is the place of disorder, there pancreas either produces little or no insulin, or the cells do not respond appropriately to the insulin that is produced. Types of diabetes: The three main types of diabetes are Type 1 diabetes Type 2 diabetes Gestational diabetes

Type 2 Diabetes (previously known as non-insulin dependent diabetes) The most common form of diabetes is type 2 diabetes. Nearly 90 to 95 percent of people with diabetes have type 2. This form of diabetes is strongly genetic. About 80 percent of people with type 2 diabetes are overweight. Type 2 diabetes is increasingly being diagnosed in children and adolescents. However, type 2 diabetes in youth are not in common. When type 2 diabetes is diagnosed, the pancreas is usually producing enough insulin, but for unknown reasons, the body cannot use the insulin effectively, a condition called insulin resistance. After several years, insulin production decreases. The result is the same as for type 1 diabetes--glucose builds up in the blood and the body cannot make efficient use of its main source of fuel.

Gestational Diabetes: (Gdm) Gestational diabetes develops only during pregnancy. Like type 2 diabetes, it occurs more often in African Americans, American Indians, Hispanic Americans, and among women with a family history of diabetes. Women who have had gestational diabetes have a 20 to 50 percent chance of developing type 2 diabetes within 5 to 10 years.

 

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