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Healthcare professionals working in diabetes can click below for information on pattern analysis, clinical evidence, case studies and Accu-Chek product solutions.

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This website for under 18's from Roche Diabetes Care contains some great interactive tools to help you and your family learn more about diabetes and encourage you to get more involved.

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Accu-Chek® Drivers' Survey Infographic

The Accu-Chek Drivers’ Survey Infographic highlights the feedback of over 10,000 insulin users driving with diabetes.

Whether you’re driving to work, dropping your children at school or visiting the shops, if you are a driver with insulin treated diabetes, you must follow DVLA guidelines. You should check your blood glucose no more than 2 hours before the start of the first journey and every two hours whilst you are driving.1,2

To find out more, click on the image below or download the PDF version to save and share with your friends and family.

To view the animated version of the infographic please click here.

To view the PDF version of the infographic, which you can also print and save, please click here.


1 More frequent testing may be required if for any reason there is a greater risk of hypoglycaemia for example after physical activity or altered meal routine.
2 Guidelines as of May 2013. Please check the DVLA website regularly for the latest regulations

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