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Diabetes and Insulin Pump

Diabetes Diabetes and Insulin Pump
Lack of insulin lowers glucose intake in various tissues.
At this time, the amount of glucose released from the liver increase, it leads to high blood glucose (ie diabetes). After all, glucose deficiency makes energy supply dependent on protein, fat, which can lead to a number of complications. Insulin has many functions in the human body.

- Normal pancreas secretes the correct amount of insulin to maintain homeostasis of glucose metabolism.
- Insulin is divided into basal and bolus.
- Basal insulin accounts for about 50-60% of total insulin demand per day
- Regulates carbohydrate, fat and protein metabolism on an empty stomach.
- Bolus insulin is secreted from the pancreas immediately after eating to normalize the increased blood glucose.
To treat diabetes, understand disease, check the blood glucose level, and finally control blood glucose.
Above all, the willingness to control blood glucose is more important than anything else even it is also difficult and cumbersome.

- Understanding diabetes and motivation to manage blood glucose are important.
- It is almost impossible to cure diabetes with food such as diet therapy.
- Diabetes should not be shaken by the specification that it is curable because it is difficult to cure.
Insulin Pump is the method to treat the insulin secretion pattern of human body which is the most developed so far that diabetics who are hard to cure can live like normal people.
In addition, it is a method of physiological insulin control that separates insulin into basic insulin and meal insulin by administrating insulin subcutaneously continuously.
Treatment that matches the insulin secretion pattern of the body is important
Normal Insulin secretion
Traditional Insulin therapy
Normal Insulin secretion
Insulin pump therapy
Existing approach mismatches insulin secretion patterns
WILL CARE Insulin Pump match with secretion patterns
Insulin secretion(pmol/min)
Insulin secretion(pmol/min)