A thorough, curated set of materials to help patients effectively manage diabetes, with information on how to work and travel with the disease, check blood sugar, improve office visits, understand insurance, and more.
This fact sheet outlines how a patient can work with their health care professional and diabetes care team to monitor blood sugar. It explains the importance of keeping a blood sugar diary, setting goals, and monitoring A1C levels to better control diabetes.
This fact sheet provides patients with questions that they can ask their health care providers to get information that will help them better understand their diabetes.
Help patients with diabetes keep their feet healthy. In this fact sheet, patients will find simple steaps they can take to maintain the health of their feet.
This booklet provides the basic information needed to make sound choices about health insurance, including questions to ask and resources for more information.
This fact sheet highlights a series of simple exercises that patients with diabetes can do to improve blood flow to their feet and keep them healthy.
Some aspects of diabetes self-care need to change when patients are ill. This fact sheet details how and lets patients know when to contact the diabetes care team.
Don't let diabetes interfere with travel plans. Help patients understand how to prepare for a trip and what they need to take with them.
This fact sheet provides insight into how patients who work evenings or off hours can work with their employers and diabetes care team to manage their condition.
A 3-month diary allows people with diabetes to easily record: blood sugar results before and after each meal and before bedtime; diabetes medicines, carbohydrate intake, activity, and ketone test results (if applicable). Literature is sent in a quantity of 10 per pack.
This booklet is aimed at helping patients take charge of managing their diabetes by providing a care schedule they can customize with their diabetes care team. Literature is sent in a quantity of 10 per pack.