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Taking Injectable Insulin

 
 
     
 
 

 
 
Other topics: Diabetes
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Keywords

Diabetes, sugar; glucose; receptors; insulin; type 1; type 2; blood sugar level; lancet; hyperglycemia; hypoglycemia; diabetic neuropathy; diabetic retinopathy, bmbody

Overview *

Diabetes is a disease that affects millions of Americans every year. Your health care provider may have informed you that you have diabetes. Insulin can be used to help control diabetes.

Insulin injections are very safe and not very painful. They can help control diabetes and prevent some of its complications.

Remember to monitor your blood sugar and keep records to review with your health care provider about your injection dosage, type, or schedule.

If you have any symptoms of low blood glucose, which is called hypoglycemia, or high blood glucose, which is called hyperglycemia, make sure to check your blood sugar and call your health care provider if you cannot fix the problem yourself.

Low blood glucose is less than 70 mg/dL or if symptoms like shakiness are present. High blood glucose is more than 160mg/dL before meals. A good blood glucose range is 80-120 mg/dL before meals.

Please carry sugar candies or glucose tablets. Take 3-4 if you have low blood glucose symptoms.

 
 

In-Depth

Introduction | Diabetes
Treatment Options | Insulin
Drawing Insulin | Mixing Insulin
Taking Insulin | Summary

 
 

Multimedia

This patient education program explains treatment of diabetes and its complications. It will help you learn how you can control diabetes with insulin.

This button allows you to read and print an illustrated handout This button starts a multimedia program with interactive questions

This button allows you to read and print an illustrated handout

This button starts a multimedia program with interactive questions

This button allows you to read and print an illustrated handout.

This button starts a multimedia program with interactive questions.

   
This button starts an interactive quiz This button plays a self-running presentation

This button starts an interactive quiz

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This button starts an interactive quiz.


This button plays a self-running presentation.


Last reviewed: 6/5/2009

 
     
 

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