Roche Diabetes Care

Roche Diabetes Care Middle East located in Dubai- United Arab Emirates, is a subsidiary of Roche Diabetes Care Switzerland, and the operational headquarters for Roche Diabetes Care in the Middle East and Africa.

With over 40 years of experience, Roche Diabetes Care is a pioneer in the development of blood glucose monitoring systems and a global leader for diabetes management systems and services.

Empowering people with diabetes to live an active, engaging and close to normal lifestyle independent of their condition; Roche Diabetes Care Middle East offers people with diabetes as well as healthcare professionals innovative products and impactful solutions for convenient, efficient and effective diabetes management. This spans from blood glucose monitoring (BGM) through information management, to insulin delivery systems (IDS), data management systems, digital health solutions (DHS), patient and HCP facing apps, and educational programs.

Blood Glucose Management Systems: Accu-Chek Active, Accu-Chek Performa, Accu-Chek Instant, Accu-Chek Guide

Insulin Delivery Systems: Accu-Chek Combo Insulin Pump, Accu-Chek Solo Tubeless Patch Pump, Accu-Fine Insulin Pen Needles

Data Management Systems: Accu-Chek SmartPix, Roche Diabetes Care Platform

Applications: mySugr- Logbook, Accu-Chek SugarView

Digital Health Solutions: Diabetes Management Program

Prioritizing patient needs, Roche Diabetes Care continues to invest in clinical trials in order to ensure that trails of evidence are established. To reaffirm, sustain, and allow for the improvement as well as the evolution of their patient offerings/diabetes management solutions. Advocating for: Integrity, Courage and Passion as corporate values, Roche Diabetes Care’s seeded mantra is, “doing now what patient needs next”.

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Diabetes is a lasting condition, which occurs when a person’s body can no longer make insulin, or when the body cannot use the insulin, it produces.

Your body uses insulin to transform glucose into energy

With Type 1 diabetes, your pancreas does not produce insulin

With Type 2 diabetes, your pancreas does not produce enough insulin or your body can’t use it

With Gestational diabetes, your body has difficulty using insulin during pregnancy

Diabetes treatment depends on the type of diabetes, and may require changes in lifestyle and sometimes medication and insulin.

Source: International Diabetes Federation. Brussels, Belgium. March 26 2020.


Sometimes on sick days, blood sugar can be hard to manage and it may be difficult to eat or drink.

Monitor blood sugar levels more frequently

Check urine for ketones

Stay hydrated

Talk to your doctor or diabetes care provider

Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Managing Sick Days. 31 Mar 2020


Diabetes Signs & Symptoms

Excessive Thirst

Frequent urination

Blurred vision

Lack of energy

Constant hunger

Tingling or numb hands and feet

Sudden weight loss

Slow-healing wounds

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