Advanced technology used in pediatric type 1 diabetes management

Published:October 08, 2022DOI:
      It's been 100 years since the first patient with diabetes received an insulin injection to manage their disease. With the world's latest rapid growth in innovative technology, the diabetes realm is competitive and continues to create a wide range of cutting-edge devices. These devices offer various features that make diabetes management less cumbersome for children with diabetes and their caregivers.
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