All Resources tagged with "Treatment-Insulin Pump"
This video gives advice and recommendations for people with type 2 diabetes on how to have a healthier lifestyle.
When you live with type 1 diabetes, carb counting is a great way of managing your blood sugar or glucose levels. It does take some time and effort to learn, but the control that comes with it can make life much easier.
Being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes is usually a big shock and there is an overwhelming amount of information to take in. In this video, people with type 1 diabetes talk about their own diagnosis and the impact that it has had on their lives.
An insulin pump is a small electronic device that gives your body the regular insulin it needs throughout the day and night. In this video, healthcare professionals explain what it is and how it works, and people with type 1 diabetes discuss their own experiences with insulin pump therapy.
Mary Robertson talks with Jane Mitchell about things to think about when considering an insulin pump.
Mary Robertson talks with Jane Mitchell about her experiences with type 1 diabetes and her decision to use an insulin pump. Jane was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at age three, and has now been using an insulin pump for six years, having decided to start using one before becoming pregnant with her…
Mary Robertson talks with Jane Mitchell about her experiences and the practicalities of getting and using an insulin pump.
Mary Robertson and Debbie Voight discuss factors which may affect a patient's suitability for an insulin pump.
These videos provide a no nonsense guide to pregnancy for people with diabetes.
Having type 1 diabetes shouldn't stop you from taking part in extreme sports, however, it does mean that you have to be a bit more prepared and plan for the unexpected. Martin Draper talks about his experiences with having type 1 diabetes and participating in extreme sports.
The video features children living with type 1 diabetes and showing the most common symptoms of the condition. About 2,000 children a year are diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in the UK.
The treatment of type 1 diabetes has changed over the years and although the principles are similar, there are now more tools than ever to help with the treatment and management of type 1 diabetes.