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Diabetes Supplies

Intranasal Drug Delivery

By August 30, 2016 1227 Views No comments

Medically Edited and Reviewed by Dr. Erin Zinkhan MD, BSBE

Updated: 05/25/2019

Intranasal medication is a procedure for administering medications through the nasal passages. Also known as transmucosal administration or nasal drug delivery, intranasal medicating employs an atomization device that fragments the medication into fine particles as it is being sprayed into the nose...

Traveling with a Disability

By April 28, 2016 1021 Views No comments

Medically Edited and Reviewed by Dr. Erin Zinkhan MD, BSBE

Updated: 06/15/2019

After a long winter, millions with physical disabilities or long-term illnesses are eager to get out of town -- or the country. With just a little planning, bringing along an oxygen therapy device, special medicine or mobility aid is a breeze. Planning will also make your trip that much more enjoyable because you will have the same wellness and mobility that you do at home.

Diabetic Foot Care

By May 8, 2015 1329 Views No comments

According to the American Diabetes Association, an estimated one in five people with diabetes seek medical help, particularly for foot problems. A person who has diabetes is more susceptible to foot problems because diabetes damages the nerves and reduces blood flow to the feet, making it harder for your body to heal any injury or cure any infection which might make your feet vulnerable.