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  Diabetes Dictionary: J

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Jet Injector
A device that uses high pressure to propel insulin through the skin and into the body. When used properly, injections are painless. However, the devices are more complicated to use than a syringe and often require cleaning.

See: Jet Injector Overview.

Juvenile Onset Diabetes
Former term for insulin-dependent or type 1 diabetes.

See: Insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus.

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