Diabetes Care Resource Library

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White Paper

A look at insulin needle reuse white paper

This white paper provides a look at the history of insulin syringe and needle reuse and the currently understood health risks of reusing insulin injection products.


Size: 290 KB
Journal Article

A real world approach to insulin therapy in a primary care practice journal article

This journal article examines the practical guidelines for initiating insulin therapy for type 2 diabetes in a primary care practice.


Size: 354 KB
Journal Article

Addressing the problem of psychological insulin resistance in type 2 diabetes journal article

This journal article discusses the resistance of patients with type 2 diabetes to beginning insulin therapy and how to address the associated psychological factors.


Size: 74 KB
Clinical Education

Advancing diabetes patient education: the role of the pharmacist


In-Service Material

BD AutoShield Duo™ pen needle in-service video


In-Service Material

BD SafetyGlide™ 6mm™ insulin syringe in-service video


Journal Article

Clinical outcomes in patients with type 2 diabetes managed by a diabetes resource nurse in a primary care practice journal article

This journal article discusses the results of a study that examined nurse intervention protocols as a way to improve diabetes care.


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White Paper

Comparative glycemic control, safety and patient ratings for 4-mm x 32-G insulin pen needle in adults with diabetes white paper

This white paper discusses a BD study comparing a 4-mm x 32-G pen needle to two marketed 31-G pen needles measuring 5 mm and 8 mm.


Size: 108 KB
Journal Article

Comparative glycemic control, safety and patient ratings for a new 4-mm x 32-G insulin pen needle in adults with diabetes journal article

This journal article from Current Medical Research and Opinion details a study that evaluated the safety, efficacy and patient ratings of a new 4-mm x 32-G pen needle.


Case Study

Continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion (CSII) sets: Reduced flow interruptions with a novel catheter set case study

This clinical study, presented at ADA 2015, was conducted by BD to examine the reduced flow interruptions of our investigational, side-ported 28-G polymer insulin infusion set in comparison to a commonly used infusion set.


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