Diagnostics and Treatments for Endocrine Disorders

Continuous Glucose Monitoring

Many people with diabetes have to check their blood glucose several times a day. Continuous glucose monitoring provides nearly constant blood glucose levels (measured every 5 minutes) through a device that is implanted on the body.

Continuous Insulin Infusion

Continuous insulin infusion is a diabetes treatment that helps keep blood glucose levels under control in people with diabetes. Rather than injecting insulin frequently, a person with an insulin pump gets precise doses of insulin that are delivered throughout the day.

FIASP Insulin

FIASP insulin is a form of insulin that begins lowering glucose more quickly than other forms of insulin in patients with diabetes.


Myoinositol refers to a potential treatment for fertility in women with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS).

Non Esterified Free Fatty Acid (NEFFA)

Measuring the level of non esterified free fatty acids, is useful in determining how well somebody is controlling their non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus symptoms.

Radioactive Iodine Imaging

Radioactive iodine imaging is a medical test that helps your pediatrician diagnose how well your child’s thyroid gland functions.


Tzield is a medicine prescribed to delay the onset of stage 3 type 1 diabetes – the stage when the body can’t make enough insulin on its own and requires insulin injections.