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PocketCards - Insulin and Diabetes Meds

PocketCards - Insulin/Injectables and Oral Medications


 


 

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Oral Medication Pocket Cards

Easy-to-use postcard size resource that summarizes the classes and main actions of oral diabetes medications. Concise and user-friendly.  A complete listing of the classes, action, dose range and considerations for all the currently available oral diabetes agents. Great for medication carts and a handy reference for staff. 


 

Insulin and Injectables Pocket Cards

Easy-to-use postcard size resource that summarizes the timing and types of insulin and injectables. Great for medication carts. Describes insulin action as basal, bolus or combined. Onset, peak and action is detailed along with side effects. Side 2 includes detailed information on the latest injectables that lower blood glucose. Excellent resource for busy health care professionals.


People have told us...

"I love these cards. The information is exactly what I need and is easy to understand. Thanks." 
~ Linda, RD, CDE

"Thank you so much for the free sample oral and injectable anti-hyperglycemic drug cards. I am impressed with the quality of stock they were printed on as well as how well you designed the layout. These I am hiding in my office, I don't want to lose them. Thank you,"
~ Jack RN, MSN, CDE

Originally I bought the pocketcards at the review course as a study tool. But this past September when we were creating resources for the nurses to help them better care for the diabetes pts at our hospital, we wanted to a medication reference for them. My co-worker, Brenda, said "there's no need to make med cards, we can the DM pocket cards, they would  be perfect!  We have since placed them on the computers on wheels (a.k.a "COWs") hospital wide. We also plan to post them on our intranet site for all physicians and staff to access. When the chief of our residency program saw the cards he wanted all the residents to have a set. In addition, a set of the cards have been given to all our hospitalists and pharmacists.  Everyone is commenting what an excellent resource the cards are. Our initial purpose for the DM med cards was to increase patient safety by enhancing our staff's knowledge in caring for hospitalized diabetes patients...and I believe we are well on our way to accomplishing this. Thank you so very much for your program and the resources you have made available to us.

Sincerely and Gratefully,"

~Deborah Bransford, BSN, CDE
   Diabetes Team
   Queen's Medical Center
   Honolulu, Hawaii

 

PocketCard Demonstration Video

Easy-to-use postcard size resource. The oral medication card summarizes the classes, main actions, dosing and side effects of oral diabetes medications. The Insulin and Injectables PocketCard classifies insulin as basal, bolus or combined. Onset, peak and action is detailed along with side effects. Side 2 includes detailed information on the latest injectables that lower blood glucose. Great for medication carts and a handy reference for staff.



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