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Insulin Treatment (when?) Any Glucose Level Age Rapid onset Weight loss Tablets fail Pregnancy Illness Ketoacidosis Pancreat-ectomy.
IDDM Therapy Education D iabetes I nsulin A cceptance B elieve E ating T esting E mergency S upervision
Objectives of Insulin Therapy Survival Prevention of Hypoglycemia &ketoacidosis. Living full active life. Prevention of long-term complications (if possible).
Insulin Therapy Education Which When Dose Sites Technique Checking Hypoglycemia Storage Recording Assessment
Complications of Insulin Injections Low Blood Glucose: -Insulin reaction -Hypoglycemia Local Reaction Insulin Allergy & Resistance
Types of Insulin
Pathogenesis of diabetes: metabolic features Genetic predisposition Insulin resistance Insulin resistance Defective insulin secretion Hyperglycemia
Types of Insulin Onset of Action Peak of Activity Duration of Action
Types of Insulin Short Acting Insulin Intermediate Acting Insulin Long Acting Insulin
Insulin Regimens Once Daily Injections Twice Daily Injections Multiple Daily Injections Pump Introduction
Choice of Insulin Regimen Blood Glucose Level Desired Degree of Control Pancreases Status Lifestyle Patients Ability to Adjust
Advanced Pumping. Objectives: Identify situations to utilize temporary basal rate in pump therapy patients. Identify examples of when to use combination.
Blood glucose monitoring
1 Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus Treatment. 2 Goals of T1DM Management Utilize intensive therapy aimed at near-normal BG and A1C levels Prevent diabetic ketoacidosis.
T HE I NS AND O UTS OF I NSULIN Mary Beth Wald, RN,BSN,CDE.
INSULININJECTIONINSULININJECTION Multiple Insulin Injection Therapy.
Diabetes Mellitus Cases
1-800-DIABETES DIABETES CARE TASKS AT SCHOOL: What Key Personnel Need to Know DIABETES CARE TASKS AT SCHOOL: What Key Personnel Need to.
DIABETES MELLTIUS Dr. Ayisha Qureshi Assistant Professor MBBS, MPhil.
Canadian Diabetes Assocaition Clinical Practice Guidelines Pharmacotherapy in Type 1 Diabetes Chapter 12 Angela McGibbon, Cindy Richardson, Cheri Hernandez,
Diabetes mellitus Dr. Essam H. Jiffri.
Diabetes. Diabetes Mellitus Disease in which the body doesn’t produce or properly use insulin, leading to hyperglycemia.
Metabolic Syndrome Jacque De Fouw RN, MSN Health Educator.
Diabetes Care Tasks at School: What Key Personnel Need to Know Diabetes Care Tasks at School: What Key Personnel Need to Know DIABETES BASICS.
Clinical Protocol Using Insulin Pump Easy Guideline for Initiating Insulin Pumps on Type 2 Diabetes Patients.
All About Diabetes By: Joanna Gomola For ages 18+
INSULIN THERAPHY Dilum Weliwita B. Sc Nursing ( UK )
Management Tools and CGM Kathryn Moe, RN CDE Medtronic Diabetes.
Adult Medical-Surgical Nursing
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