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KIDDLE / Insulin Kit for Children


KIDDLE is an insulin kit for children with insulin-dependent diabetes.
So far, children with diabetes have some problems with negative perception people around them. For that reason, they inject insulin out of other peoples sight. This gives children fear of injections.
KIDDLE is designed so that children can easily access and use the kit. It helps to reduce children's fear of injection and helps to improve awareness of diabetes.
It can be connected to a mobile application for children, and the time and frequency of injection can be easily managed on their own. Also, through the game, children have expectations instead of fear of injection.


Hongik University

Hongik University
Sejong, South Korea

Eunsang Lee,
Hongik University

Yeji Seo,
Sejong University, Seoul

Hyemin Kim,
Incheon National University