FDA approves new diabetic insulin inhaler
10
October

By Adem Lewis / in , , , , , , , , , , , , /


THEY WILL HOLD ONTO KICKER JUSTIN TUCKER. FOR MANY DIABETICS, INSULIN IS A CRUCIAL PART OF MANAGING A DISEASE AND IT OFTEN MEANS INJECTING YOURSELF TO REGULATE YOUR BLOOD SUGAR. A FEW MONTHS AGO, THE FDA APPROVED INSULIN YOU INHALE. THIS IS AN INHALER. THIS FDA-APPROVED INSULIN INHALER HAS JUST BECOME AVAILABLE. DR. SUPNEET SALUJA SAYS IT IS A WAY TO MANAGE TYPE ONE AND TYPE TWO DIABETES. IF YOU HAVE IT IN INHALED FORM, THE FEAR OF NEEDLES GOES AWAY. THE DEVICE IS EASY TO USE AND IT IS LIKE ANY OTHER INHALER ON THE MARKET. I THINK IT IS USER-FRIENDLY. THE DOCTOR SAYS BECAUSE YOU BREEZY INSULIN INTO YOUR LUNGS, YOU SHOULD CHECK WITH YOUR DOCTOR FIRST OF YOU HAVE ANY OF THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS — ASTHMA, COPD, A CURRENT OR EX-SMOKER, AND ARE PREGNANT OR CURRENTLY BREAST-FEEDING. I BELIEVE TREATMENT HAS TO BE INDIVIDUALIZED. ONE THING THAT WORKS GREAT FOR ONE PATIENT MIGHT NOT WORK FOR THE OTHER PATIENT.


3 thoughts on “FDA approves new diabetic insulin inhaler

  1. Afrezza may be a game changer for diabetic seniors and why the inhaled insulin may be much safer than needle based injection insulin for the elderly:

    http://seekingalpha.com/article/3201286-mannkinds-afrezza-inhaled-insulin-a-game-changer-for-seniors-with-diabetes?auth_param=2hisp:1alqr2c:77d42ea8b2b1f626a13cdc0fb5447fa6&uprof=44

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