At present, there are as many as 114 million diabetic patients in China, and about 36% of them need insulin injections. In addition to the pain of needle sticks every day, they also face subcutaneous induration after insulin injection, needle scratches and broken needles and insulin. Poor resistance to absorption leads to increased blood sugar. Some patients who are afraid of needles are afraid to take injections. Oral hypoglycemic drugs can damage the liver and kidneys. Traditional mode of insulin injection. Ten tertiary hospitals across the country participated in the largest 112-day study of needle-free insulin injection versus needle-injected insulin for 427 diabetic patients who received insulin injection. The reduction was 0.27, while the average reduction in the no-needle group reached 0.61. The no-needle was 2.25 times that of the needle-free group. The needle-free insulin injection could enable the patient to obtain a better hemoglobin level. The incidence of induration was 0 after 16 weeks of needle-free insulin injection. Professor Ji Linong, director of the Department of Endocrinology, Beijing People’s Hospital, director of the Diabetes Branch of the Chinese Medical Association, said: Compared with needle-free injection, using needle-free injection to inject insulin not only It can better improve blood sugar without increasing the risk of hypoglycemia. Studies have shown that needle-free insulin injection patients have lower pain and higher satisfaction, and can also improve patient compliance. Scratches and subcutaneous indurations are significantly reduced, allowing patients to avoid needle fears, which greatly improves long-term blood sugar control. With the continuous updating and popularization of needle-free injection technology, the advantages of safe and effective glucose control will be proved in more and more patients.
Post time: Sep-23-2022