Back to Survey Home Pumps, Pens and Syringes

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1. How do you usually take insulin?
Insulin pump
Insulin pen
Syringe and vial
Both pen and syringe (some insulin comes in a pen cartridge, some comes in a vial)
2. If you usually use an insulin pen, do you sometimes also use a syringe?
I sometimes use a syringe
I have to use a syringe for some of my insulin because it doesn't come in a pen
I never use a syringe
3. For insulin pump users, how many times per week do you inject insulin instead of using your insulin pump?
6 or more
4. For pump users, when you have to inject as a backup to your insulin pump, what do you use?
Insulin pen
Syringe and vial
Jet injector
Inhaled insulin

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