Diabetic patient, you can inhale your insulin
9/18/2015If you are a type 1 diabetic patient who takes insulin daily, you know the issues that come along with it. Wouldn't it be nice to be able to inhale the insulin instead of giving yourself an injection? Although inhaled insulin has been around for a while, it has always been a problem with some complications. Now, a new generation of inhaled insulin is on the market that decreases the side effects of trouble with absorption, throat irritation and dry cough, and hypoglycemia. The new generation has better absorption, rapid onset, and less side effects. To read more about the new medications, click here. If you are diabetic and do not regularly see a podiatrist, make an appointment with one of our doctors. We will do a thorough foot exam, and give advice on diabetic foot care. Our doctors will also teach you how to evaluate yourself for foot problems and what to look for in a diabetic foot and suggest diabetic shoes and inserts if needed. Make an appointment today!
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