If you live with an insulin pump, and I know some Type 2’s do, this will be of interest to you.
One of the things that makes living with an insulin pump a challenge is that you must have the device on 24/7! That means having a device strapped to you all night long.
When my son first got his pump, it was of course a bit of an annoyance to have this “thing” there flopping around all night long. Of course as a parent I was always worried that the canal would get pulled out as he tossed and turned in bed. As time went on, my son got more used to it and my worries subsided.
When I jumped in and decided to start making insulin pump cases, the belt to attach it to the body was one of the biggest concerns. I knew that it had to above all be comfortable, and at the same time reliable. We looked at a lot of materials, including traditional elastic…
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