Diabetes is a chronic medical condition that requires careful management of blood sugar levels. The following are examples of diabetic supplies that can help people with diabetes manage their condition: Glucose Meter - The FreeStyle Libre Sensor device and OneTouch Select Plus Flex can be used to measure blood glucose levels. Test strips are used in conjunction with a glucose meter test strips are placed into the meter to read the blood sugar level. Lancets: A small needle pricks the finger to obtain a blood sample for testing. Insulin syringes or pens inject insulin, a hormone that regulates blood sugar levels, into the body. Insulin pump: A small device that delivers insulin continuously through a tube placed under the skin. Continuous glucose monitoring system (CGM): A device that measures blood sugar levels, often without needing finger sticks Ketone test strips measure the level of ketones, a byproduct of fat breakdown, in the blood. High levels of ketones can indicate a potentially dangerous condition called diabetic ketoacidosis. Glucagon emergency kit: A medication used to treat severe hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) when a person with diabetes cannot eat or drink. Diabetic shoes or inserts: Special shoes or inserts designed to protect the feet and prevent foot injuries in people with diabetes, who are at higher risk for foot problems. It is essential to consult a healthcare provider to determine which supplies are necessary for an individual's needs.