Download Your Free 2022 PocketCards!

3 easy ways to get your PocketCards*

1. Download FREE PDFs below!

Updated 2022 Pocket Card

  • This updated PocketCard contains the New Medication Class, Dual Incretin Agonist – Tirzepatide (Mounjaro) and includes information on dosing, side effects, and benefits.
  • We just updated the SGLT-2 considerations section to reflect the 2022 ADA SOC. “Along with metformin, SGLT-2s may be considered at first-line diabetes therapy, especially for those with heart and kidney failure.” We also added, “for renal protection, use SGLT-2 Therapy if eGFR greater than or equal to 25 and UACR greater than or equal to 300.”
  • Since the GFR cut-offs are changing so frequently for this med class, we took off the GFR guidelines for individual meds and encourage users to review the package insert for the most recent recommendations.

*PocketCardsTM are for individual use only. The updated version with all of these changes will be printed sometime in the third quarter of 2022.

Updated 2022 Glucagon Pocket Card Teaching Tool

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This 2-sided card includes all 4 currently available glucagon treatment options on side one. Side two includes hypoglycemia treatment steps and prevention.

2. Buy your own set of Laminated PocketCards

High quality, laminated PocketCards are great for your clinical practice, on Med Carts and as a giveaway for diabetes awareness events.

Choose from:

  • Accordion Style – all information conveniently  on one folded card
  • Multiple sets of accordion Folded Cards
  • Packs of 5–500, bulk quantities available

Quantity discounts are automatic at checkout. For invoice requests, please contact

The updated version with all of the above changes will be printed sometime in the third quarter of 2022.

3. Download our FREE CDCES Coach App 

The latest PocketCard versions and priority update notifications are included in our FREE app to help you pass the CDCES exam

App also includes: 

  • 2022 ADA Standards of Care
  • Online University Podcasts on-the-go!
  • Free Question of the Week
  • FREE Medication Quizes
  • 101 Question Prep Exam