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The Timesulin, Novo Nordisk FlexPen® Timing Cap is stocked by Diabetes Headquarters and suitable for the following FlexPen® models :
Novolog Mix 70/30®
Novolog Mix 30®
Problem -Remembering if you took your insulinor not is arguably one of the most important questions when living with insulin dependent diabetes.
Solution -By using your Timesulin Timing Cap, you help reduce the chance that you miss an injection or take a dangerous double dose and thereby risk sever hypo/hyperglycemia
93% of people living with diabetes have problems remembering whether they have taken their dose or not.
How do I start ? - Replace your old cap with Timesulin and it will immediately start counting the seconds, starting at one second (00:01) and counting up to an hour.
After an hour, the timer mode will switch from MM:SS to HH:MM.
Life span of a Timesulin is 12 months.
Diabetes Headquarters offer fast delivery and support.
30 day no risk money back guarantee.
Important Note #1:
Remember to cover or remove the needle between each injection so no insulin leaks inside your Timesulin.
Leaking insulin can damage the electronics inside the Timesulin resulting in failure.
Damage and/or failure caused by leaking insulin will not be covered by Diabetes Headquarters or Timesulin.
Important Note #2 :
Diabetes Headquarters do not sell or prescribe or sell any insulin pens.
The Timesulin Smart Cap is a stop watch that measures time between taking your medication.
The Timesulin Smart Cap is not sold with any prescribed medication insulin pens.
Specifications for medications do change
The user always maintains full responsibility to administer the medication at appropriate times.
The Timesulin cap is only to be used as a reminder aid in taking your medication.
The information presented here is a guide only, and not medical advice.
Always follow your doctor's treatment recommendation and advice.
Should you forget to take a injection or have double dosed, please call your doctor immediately.
You should always confirm with either your local doctor, pharmacist or pharmaceutical company for the recommended handling procedure or the recommended medication transportation temperature for your medication.
The information is based, on the publicly available information at the time of publication.