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Insulin injection system

Summary Information: Insulin injection system

Insulin injection system: An insulin injection system includes the hormone insulin in vials or premeasured cartridges that the patient dispenses just underneath the skin (subcutaneously); the patient may also measure their blood glucose level to determine how much insulin to inject throughout the day.

Diseases Related To Medical Device: Insulin injection system

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Types Of Insulin injection system

These devices are types of the medical device Insulin injection system:

  • Insulin injection cartridges (placed in a dosing pen)

Other Names For Insulin injection system

  • Insulin pen
  • Insulin injector

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