--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Device to hold an insulin bottle securely so a person with one functioning hand can self- administer insulin. Provides diagram guide for construction of the bottle holder which calls for four small (1/2 inch) suction cups, 5 inches of 1/4 inch doweling cut into 4 equal lengths, a 4 1/2 by 2 by 1/ 2 inch piece of hard wood, a large rubber band, finishing nails and wood glue. The suction cups can hold the device on any smooth perpendicular surface. SKILL
The Insul-Tray is a vial holder designed for people with diabetes and other conditions requiring the self-administration of injectable medicines. The Insul-Tray is designed to hold two insulin bottles in an upright position. It fits most standard insulin bottles.
The Orthocare Wall Mount and Table Stand Insulin Holders are vial holders designed for one-handed use. The holders feature a coated clamp to secure the insulin bottle. The Wall Mount model (##2049, $17.85) is made of Plexiglas and attaches to any smooth surface by use of suction cups. The Table Stand model (##2050, $24.30) is L-shaped and stands firmly in place, by means of suction cups, on any smooth surface (countertops, desks, tables, etc).