Diabetes technology refers to the gear, equipment, and software that diabetics utilise to help them manage their blood glucose levels, minimise diabetes complications, reduce the burden of living with diabetes, and enhance their quality of life. Diabetes technology has traditionally been divided into two categories: insulin delivery through a syringe, pen, or pump, and blood glucose monitoring via metre or continuous glucose monitor. Diabetes technology has lately advanced to include hybrid devices that monitor glucose and dispense insulin, some of which are automated, as well as software that functions as a medical device and aids in diabetes self-management. Diabetes technology, when utilised successfully, may improve people's lives and health; yet, the complexity and rapid growth of the diabetes technology environment can be a barrier to patient and provider adoption.
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