What product do you or your child use most often to deliver insulin?
B-D Syringe 62% 568 Monoject Syringe 3% 33 ReliOn Syringe 1% 13 Other Syringe 1% 13 B-D Pen 3% 31 Lilly Pen 4% 43 Novo Pen 7% 64 Other Pen 1% 7 Disetronic Pump 7% 69 MiniMed Pump 7% 64 Other Product 0% I don't use insulin 1% 9
What product do you or your child use most often to deliver insulin?Poll dates: July 16 - 23, 2000
Total Votes: 914
Syringes are the most common way to give insulin, with 67% of people reporting using one kind or another. B-D leads by a wide margin.
Insulin pens, very common outside the United States, are used by 15% of people who responded, with Novo being used by about half of pen users.
Insulin pumps are used by about the same number of people who use pens, with about half of pump users choosing Disetronic and half choosing MiniMed.
Insulin users have a great variety of options to choose from. If you're unfamiliar with pens or pumps, you can read about them in our Syringes and Injection Products page, or you can ask your diabetes team to explain them to you.[Return to the current poll]
Last Updated: Wednesday March 16, 2005 16:36:36
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