Insulin pumps and Insulin Delivery

ADA's 80th Scientific Session wrapped up today, and there was a lot of ground covered, despite the fact that we all watched from our chairs at home and daily step-counts were way down from last year.  Here are my top five takeaways and themes from...

Linking here to two resources I published recently: First, my presentation at the April 2018 UCSF Diabetes CME course.  Those slides on a 2018 Update in Diabetes Technology are here: [slideshare id=116306870&doc=2018aprucsfdiabetescmeclosedloopandcgmneinsteinaaron-final-180924160917] Second, I wrote "A Clinician's Guide to the Latest Diabetes Devices" for Medscape recently.  Here is...

I gave a talk yesterday to a great crowd at the annual UCSF CME conference, Diabetes Update.  The slides from my presentation, "The Future of Diabetes Management: Social Networking and New Technologies," can be viewed on Slideshare....

Nearly every day in my practice, a patient with diabetes asks me whether he or she should switch from multiple daily insulin injections to an insulin pump.  I often have a discussion with patients about whether or not they should be using a CGM (continuous...

On February 9th, Cellnovo, a company based in the UK, announced they were launching a new system comprised of an integrated insulin pump connecting wirelessly to a touch-screen handset which then connects wirelessly to their software, allowing remote monitoring of a patient's diabetes.  They also...

Medtronic just published results from their ASPIRE study showing decreased time in hypoglycemia for patients using their new "low glucose suspend" feature.  The new system will automatically and temporarily suspend insulin delivery if the patient's glucose falls below a set threshold value.  In this case, the...