EasyBag - the little miracle that keeps insulin cool for 7 days without electricity

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For the summer of 2011, MedActiv has just launched the EasyBag that keeps insulin cool for 7 days without electricity. The EasyBag uses gel crystals specially developed for MedActiv, which cool the insulin when placed in contact with water.

To use the EasyBag, it must simply be immersed in water for 40 seconds. The crystals in the panels of the EasyBag then turn into a gel that stays cool for up to seven days based on a process of evaporation that will keep the insulin at a temperature between 16 and 25 ° C. Insulin can be stored for one month at this temperature. To “recharge” the EasyBag, simply submerge it again in water for 40 seconds.

The EasyBag is available in two sizes: EasyBag Single (for one pen) and EasyBag Classic for 5 pens and insulin vials.

Less stress for diabetics who want to travel

The EasyBag allows diabetics to carry their insulin safely when traveling, at work or on holiday. If insulin is exposed to extreme temperatures, it is quickly damaged and loses its effectiveness. This is a major concern for diabetics when they travel to countries with high ambient temperatures.
“At a temperature of 27 ° C, insulin loses 14% of its effectiveness over a period of a month. It is therefore crucial not to exceed the threshold of 25 ° C. Today, anyone who suffers from a chronic illness is defined by his daily lifestyle. The EasyBag gives users the freedom to travel knowing that their insulin is maintained at exactly the right temperature, anywhere, anytime, “said Uwe Diegel, president of MedActiv.

The EasyBag is available on the MedActiv website http://www.medactiv.fr

Diabetes in France: There are two million indentified diabetics in France and more than 500,000 diabetics who are unaware of their condition. Diabetes remains the largest cost to public health in France with an estimated cost of 17 billion Euros, of which 50% is concentrated on about 10% of patients with type I (insulin-dependent) diabetes.

About MedActiv: MedActiv France develops solutions for the transport of fragile medication. In France, some 1.2 million people suffer of diseases that make them prisoners of their medications. MedActiv has become their indispensable partner with solutions that enable them to travel anywhere with the knowledge that their medication is kept at the right temperature.

For more information, please contact:
HealthWorks France
6 rue de Castellane
75008, Paris, France
Tel: +33 (0) 1 42 66 15 59
http://www.medactiv.fr

Press contact:
Name: Uwe DIEGEL
Mail: udiegel@medactiv.com

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