• Patients with poor postprandial blood glucose control after previous insulin therapy
• Use long-acting insulin therapy, especially insulin glargine
• Initial insulin therapy, especially for needle-phobic patients
• Patients who have or are concerned about subcutaneous induration
• Pursuit of high quality of life It is not recommended for patients with advanced age and poor self-care ability to use needle-free syringes, because it is not easy for such patients to master the operation of the syringe, and they can be used if a family member injects them. Female patients who are pregnant are not recommended to use needle-free syringes. If such
patients have special needs for needle-free syringes, it is recommended that patients avoid the abdomen and choose the thigh or upper arm for injection. Patients who are allergic to insulin, who may be allergic to one or more types of insulin, should be cautious when choosing insulin and insulin injection tools. For patients with
eye diseases that affect vision, such patients may not be able to see the injection dose clearly, and it is easy to adjust the injection dose incorrectly, which is not conducive to the control of blood sugar. Although the needle-free syringe is a high-tech product, it is not difficult to operate at all. Friends with diabetes don’t have to worry about not being able to learn it on their own. They can basically learn it after just reading the operation. Moreover, the TECHiJET needle-free injector is portable and it is easy to carry. To a certain extent, needle-free syringes can reduce the pain of insulin injections for diabetics and better control of blood sugar.
Post time: Oct-25-2022