Timesulin Device to Help Diabetics Track Insulin Injections

by Kathy Jones on  March 14, 2014 at 9:26 PM Medical Gadgets
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A new product developed thanks to an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign can help diabetics to simplify tracking their insulin injections.
 Timesulin Device to Help Diabetics Track Insulin Injections
Timesulin Device to Help Diabetics Track Insulin Injections

Called the Timesulin, the device is a replacement cap for many of the popular insulin injections being used in Europe and US and displays the last time the user had taken an insulin injection.

There are no buttons or any other features associated with the cap, which comes with a sensor which activates a clock when the cap is removed, with the time being displayed after being snapped back and resets itself when it is removed the next time.

The developers of the device said that they was no sense in fitting the cap with any kind of built-in timer or alarm as the best time for taking the injection depends on food consumption.

Source: Medindia

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