Diabetic Teaching Tools

4-Piece Diabetes Model

Four piece diabetes model indicating structures and organs with vascular effects due to diabetes.

Blood Cholesterol & Triglycerides Packet

The need for a healthy diet is emphasized by the four blood viscosity samples in this pack.

Diabetes Flip Chart

This flip chart explains type 1, type 2, and gestational diabetes as well as the risk factors and warning signs of each one. Information on pre-diabetes, testing, complications resulting from diabetes, and managing diabetes is also included. Features presenter's notes on reverse panels. Flip Chart is 6 panels.

Diabetes Mellitus Chart

This anatomical chart details the disease diabetes. The poster tells about the causes and effects of the disease as well as going over treatments for diabetes.

Diabetic Foot Model

This life-size diabetic foot model can be used for both patient education and student training.

Diabetic Injection Pad

This pad that looks and feels like human skin is ideal for diabetic instruction and injection practice.

Diabetic Injection Practice Kit

Made from realistic BIOLIKE material, these teaching models facilitate technique practice on both an injection skin and a finger stick apparatus.

Injection Belly

This soft stomach replica will be an invaluable tool for teaching patients how to properly insert and rotate the infusion set for insulin pumps, avoiding the 2" (5 cm) area around the navel, as well as giving self-injections of many types including pen-style injections.

Severe Diabetic Foot Model

This lifesize, BIOLIKE™ replica complements the original Diabetic Foot Model (W43107) by showing additional, more severe consequences of diabetes, including an amputated toe.

Type II Diabetes Set

The Type II Diabetes Set includes miniature brain, eye, heart, kidney, artery, pancreas, neuron, and foot models.

What You Need to Know About Diabetes Folding Display

With information about risk factors, symptoms, and complications of diabetes, this folding display is a valuable resource for health educators. Explains the different types of diabetes and describes how the disease can be treated.

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