Medication Pocketcards Update | Free Resource Friday

We have updated our Medication Pocketcards!

Our four-sided medication accordion Pocketcards were designed by Coach Beverly Thomassian to assist in clinical practice and exam preparation. One of our best sellers, the Diabetes Medication PocketCard is perfect for all Diabetes Care and Education Specialists.

New June 2020 Updates:

  • Added Trijardy (new triple combo oral medication)
  • Deleted Insulin combo Ryzodeg (not available in the U.S.)
  • Deleted oral combo med Avandamet (no longer available)
  • Deleted warning for Dapagliflozin since no longer on package insert (Do not use in pts with bladder cancer)

Included in the Pocketcards:

  • Insulin Pocket Card
    • Front side: current insulins, including action times, dosing info
    • Backside: concentrated and Inhaled insulins 
  • GLP-1 Receptor Agonists, Injectables / Insulin + GLP-1 Combo
    • Front side: GLP-1 Receptor Agonists and Injectables 
    • Backside: Injectable/Insulin Combinations 
  • Oral Diabetes Medications – Complete listing of the 4 common oral medications including dosing range and considerations.
  • Other Oral  and Combo Oral Medications   
    • Front Side: Less commonly used oral medications
    • Backside: Complete listing of all the combined oral medications including doses available

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