Insulin Injection Supplies

Insulin injection requires more than just a steady supply of syringes. Learn about fillers, infusers, blood-flow control straps, and devices that continuously or intermittently deliver small amounts of insulin.

Some injection products are designed for blind and low-vision users, including:

  • Magnifiers
  • Needle guides
  • Vial holders
  • Syringe fillers that give an auditory or tactile click with each increment


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