Glucose monitoring, insulin, and medications
We’re at the forefront of the latest therapies, including continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) devices that connect to insulin pumps. These innovative technologies offer more flexibility and freedom than ever before.
- Blood glucose meters: Devices that measure blood glucose levels
- Remote monitoring: Secure, online system that shares blood glucose levels with your care team from anywhere so we can adjust treatment plans as needed
- Medications: Drugs that control blood sugar and help you manage diabetes
- Insulin: Synthetic form of the hormone that regulates blood sugar levels
- Insulin pumps: Programmable devices that deliver a steady flow of insulin, day and night, through an infusion site on your body
- Continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) devices: Meters that continuously measure blood sugar levels through a sensor implanted under the skin
- Closed-loop insulin delivery systems: Systems that combine an insulin pump and a CGM device to automatically adjust insulin levels
As leaders in diabetes care, our experts work closely with people who have prediabetes or have a higher risk of developing the condition. Prediabetes can often be reversed with lifestyle changes, such as:
- Choosing healthy foods and reducing or avoiding sugar, saturated fat, and alcohol
- Exercising and staying active
- Losing weight or maintaining a healthy weight
- Taking medication if your doctor recommends it
Advanced care for complications
Diabetes can affect the entire body and lead to nerve damage, kidney disease, digestive issues, skin problems, vision loss, cardiovascular disease, and fatty liver disease. People with diabetes may also feel overwhelmed or depressed. Our experts collaborate with specialists across departments to prevent diabetes complications and deliver advanced care tailored to your needs.