From our Press Release October 11, 2016: Patients Pending LTD today announced its newest product for insulin pens that will provide data and more automated care in a Bluetooth enabled dose capture cap that is compatible with the leading existing insulin pens. By making patient data accessible, the firm will be able to provide patients […]
Recently, Timesulin was awarded Most Innovative Patient Developed Digital Technology as part of an NHS innovation program in the United Kingdom run by mHealth Habitat. To think that our device would be worthy of being featured in this category speaks to the power of simple solutions that are created to solve problems that real patients face on a daily basis. We were thrilled to have Alex Silverstein, former President of the IDF Young Leaders program, accept the [...]
Insulin pens are about to get smarter in Australia!
We are excited to announce that as of today 23.02.2015 Timesulin is available for purchase on www.timesulin.com/shop for everyone living in Australia.
We are also excited to continue the international expansion of Timesulin by making our product available to all insulin pen users in Australia. Since our launch in 2011, we have had many requested from Australia to make our product available. On completing our regulatory filing with the Australian authorities in December 2014, we can now make this a reality. It feels fantastic to be able to fulfil our promise to make life with diabetes easier for all those pen users in Australia.
Says Timesulun CEO John Sjölund.
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Lack of access to insulin is the most common cause of death for children with diabetes in many countries around the world. In fact, in some parts of the world, the estimated life expectancy of a child who has just developed diabetes could be less than a year.
Timesulin is proud to announce we are going to support Spare a Rose, Save a child campaign by donating £5 on all website orders that uses the coupon code : SPAREAROSE during 1-14 February.
The campaign is the DOC’s (Diabetes Online Community) effort to raise money and awarness for IDF’s Life for a Child program. It provides life saving diabetes supplies to children in developing countries.
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Even if it’s not quite time for gifts yet, we have one for you!
You asked and we listened! Today we are proud to announce the launch of Timesulin for the Novo Nordisk FlexTouch, the next generation in the Timesulin family. The FlexTouch pen is the latest disposable prefilled insulin pen from Novo Nordisk and offers users a simpler experience than the earlier FlexPen – no dose button extension and a very low injection force, irrespective of the amount of insulin injected, accordingly Novo Nordisk.
Timesulin for the Novo Nordisk FlexTouch features our characteristic simple design and is as durable, user-friendly and easy to use as products in the original Timesulin range. Simply click your new Timesulin for Novo … Read [...]
PenTrim is the fun accessory for your Novo Nordisk Insulin Pen. A simple way to enjoy a fresh change to the medical device you use everyday. Get a wrap to make an exciting change to your insulin pen today giving it style and personality to match you as an individual.
So in the same way that you can choose your phone cover or watch, and your child can pick their school bag or pencil case, PenTrim allows people with type 1 diabetes to accessorise and personalise the generic insulin pens we use everyday. Compatible with Novo Nordisk FlexPen, NovoPen Echo and NovoPen 4, get your pen wrapped today!
Learn More at www.pentrim.com – With the discount coupon “timesulin” you will …
Short on Holiday gift ideas? No worries, we did the work for you. Here are our top-5 gifts for people with diabetes :
We compiled a list of products that are simple, smart and helps people living with diabetes to manage their condition better.
1. mySugr – Diabetes Management App
Not much has happened in the development of diabetes logbooks since the invention of pen and paper. The awesome team at mySugr has decided to change this. The app is fun, beautifully designed and motivates the user to take better care of a diabetes monster! This app is a great gift for people with diabetes who use smartphones. mySugr is not just another app on the home screen, it is a registered medical … Read more...
Article by Gavin Griffiths, ‘The DiAthlete’
World Diabetes Day, led by the International Diabetes Federation, takes place every year on the birth date of Dr. Frederick Banting, a scientist who was born in Alliston, Canada in 1891, and founded the use of insulin on humans.
Aside from myself, you might not necessarily find people with diabetes popping the champagne cork and toasting one to “Freddy-Boy”, but Banting’s discovery in 1922 has been a key factor towards keeping millions of people alive for the past 92 years.
Diabetes is a disease where the pancreas fails to produce the hormone called insulin, or enough of it.
This means that glucose is unable to enter body-cells and runs a riot in the blood, … Read more...
Timesulin in South Africa – Today Only
In partnership with Diabetes South Africa and Groupon – we are excited to announce that today only Timesulin, the smart cap for your insulin pen, is available in South Africa. For World Diabetes day and with the support of these two organizations, you can get Timesulin!
Click here to go directly to the Groupon Product Page
In support of raising awarness about Diabetes in South Africa – Groupon and Timesulin have setup a campaign that allows people to make a donation to Diabetes South Africa and also get the product. Note, this is a one time offer to be able to get Timesulin in South Africa and we are not sure when the … Read more...
It’s probably a safe bet to say that modern technology has made all of us a little more distracted. Whether we’re texting friends, checking our email, watching television, or playing video games, being able to focus completely on a task has become a bit of a chore. Unfortunately, that distraction can come at a cost – especially when you have diabetes and need to be able to remember when (or if) you took your last shot. So what do you do if you forgot to take insulin?
Accidents happen and sometimes insulin shots get overlooked, and when that happens, we’ve covered the basics for accounting for that oversight in our blog post here about “What to Do if You Forget … Read more...
Healthy Living and Diabetes is the World Diabetes Day (WDD) theme for 2014 – 2016. Thats why we are intoroducing to you yet another Type-1 hero that will inspire and spread awarness! Let’s get started :
1. Hi Andreas! Please introduce yourself. Who are you, age, where do you come from?
I was born and raised in a small town in northern Sweden. I’m 25 years old and I have been a type 1 diabetic for 21 years. I live with my girlfriend and our dog, I study economics at a Swedish university and I have way to many interests to mention them all, but two are working out and music.
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Oftentimes it’s hard to remember the day-to-day mundane details of life. Did you already wear that outfit to the office this week? Are there any eggs left in the fridge? What did you have for breakfast this morning? Did I take my insulin? (This is actually one of the prime reasons we developed Timesulin – to make remembering insulin shots much easier and less stressful)
Normally that wouldn’t be such a big deal, but living with diabetes requires a strict control of the foods you eat day in and day out, so accurately measuring portion sizes and making sure you know how many calories, carbs, and sugars (among other nutritional facts) isn’t so much a benefit as it is a … Read more...