"The results of these studies have caused me to less-aggressively manage people with type 2 diabetes who are older and have had many years of diabetes," says one of the principal ACCORD investigators, Faramarz Ismail-Beigi, ., ., professor of medicine at Case Western Reserve School of Medicine in Cleveland. "I may strive for an A1C of percent in these people, whereas in people with recently recognized type 2 diabetes without heart and blood vessel disease, I'll shoot for an A1C of 7 percent (or lower), if it can be done safely."
I am a type 1 diabetic (for 54 years). The last 5 years, I have cut corners by using the same syringe or Lancet several times. I also am using an omnipod pump which I love and I bolus 5-216 times a day...at least. I USED to think like you. NO LONGER! This past year I got sepsis and was hospitalized for 87 days....almost died. Also, I had acute kidney failure,respiratory failure, a tranche, a feeding tube...the whole 9 yards... a rare pneumonia that usually only Aids patience get. (I don't have aids.) I am writing this to tell you a little understood fact...a systemic blood disorder, even severe sepsis can come from reusing syringes. I also took unused insulin from my newly expired pump and put it into a new pump. Did you also know recinjecting insulin into an insulin bottle is the perfect environment for bacterial growth? I am back to using alcohol ( though no longer recommended by the AD A and am not reusing ANYTHING? I think theses unknown source of infections is from becoming a "sloppy" diabetic. Don't become one. It can happen gradually to you by seeking understood convenience, $ saving and tips from even the companies that produce the supplied. I wish you all the best. I know sometimes you have to do what you can to live with diabetes. 100's of diabetics died last year according too CNN by reusing needles....diabetics, not addicts. I wish you the best!
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