Allison Blass |
Aug 28, 2008 |
Get Organized With an aDorn Bag
Linda von Wartburg |
Aug 11, 2007 |
Gloria Loring explains the benefits of Mini-Pharmacy
Continuous Glucose Monitoring with DEXCOM's "The Seven"
Making The Case For Carrying Cases
Michael Kurlon |
Dec 1, 2004 |
Fun, Fashionable Bag Organizes Your Diabetes Supplies
J. Chanslor |
Mar 1, 2004 |
Do your diabetes supplies take up so much room in your purse or handbag that you have little room for non-diabetes paraphernalia?
Now You Can Pocket Your Diabetes Supplies
D. Trecroci |
Feb 1, 2004 |
A new product called Glucokit, manufactured by Massachusetts-based CommAve LLC, helps users integrate meters and accessories into a pocket-size package.
Case Ser? Ser?
Tina Farrell |
Feb 1, 1998 |
We all know there are all sorts of diabetes care supplies that we might want to carry: batteries, pump tubing, lancets, syringes, even log books and emergency information. And what about other treatment aids, such as glucose tablets, urine test strips, or glucagon?
New Gear for the New Year
Rebecca Borlaug |
Feb 1, 1997 |
DiabetEase Products Inc., the manufacturer of Syringe Guard, has introduced two new portable diabetes packs. The packs, Samsonite World Sport Cool Packer and Samsonite World Sport Cool Packer Jr., are designed to conveniently hold and protect diabetes care products.
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