On the protection of insulin against UV-Light With different wordings, all insulin producers advise users of insulin pens to put the pen cap on the pen after each use to protect the insulin from light. The reason is that especially sunlight (with UV-radiation) gradually will damage the insulin. The damaging effect begins immediately when [...]
DUKADA Trio is a replacement cap for your disposable insulin pen. It has a timer, needle light and a flex grip. You replace the original cap of the insulin pen with Dukada Trio. When the insulin pen in question is empty, you simply place Dukada Trio on the next insulin pen.
The DUKADA Trio timer remembers the time of the last injection and reduces the risk of a double dosage. User surveys indicate that More than 1/3 skip doses or fail to take their insulin properly on average 3 times per month * 80 % are regularly unsure about the time of their last injection and [...]
The time and place for using the insulin pen is not always optimal! The Needle Light makes it easier to inject in the dark. Our own user surveys (2013 and 2014) indicate that 50 % of users of insulin pens regularly have problems with injections in reduced light.
The time and place for using the insulin pen is not always the best. Perhaps you have an unstable seating on the go while taking insulin or your hands are a bit shaky. The Flex Grip on DUKADA Trio makes it possible to use both hands to control the insulin pen and stabilize injections. Of [...]
If you do not do anything - by not folding out the grip - you will use the insulin pen the “traditional” way. If you fold out the Flex Grip you will be able to control the Insulin Pen both with the fingers of the "other hand" and the hand, which holds the insulin pen [...]
DUKADA Trio has two parts, a Main Cap (with the electronics) and a Top Cap. They are united when you receive DUKADA Trio. When DUKADA Trio is placed on the insulin pen, you can compare the Top Cap with the original cap. You remove the Top Cap from the insulin pen with DUKADA Trio [...]
The time count starts automatically after the injection when the top cap is returned to the insulin pen with DUKADA Trio. There is of course no need to press the button to start the timer. You decide if or when you will see the time result by pressing the button.
First of all, you decide if or when you will see the time result. Normally, one does not always forget the time of the last injection and you press the button when it is needed. The button also gives you the option to suppress a new time count if you remove the top cap without [...]
The supplied Renata 380 / SR936W button cell battery has a lifetime of at least 6 - 8 months if DUKADA Trio is used as follows: On average 5 button presses per day for time information (the timer works always, 24/7) On average 3 button presses per day for Needle Light