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... Sliding Scale Insulin .How does it work? ... (2 replies)
... Sliding Scale Insulin, how it works (2 replies)
... but does the sliding scale account for food too, or just lowering the blood sugar? ... (2 replies)

... I would like to know when would be the appropriate time to give sliding scale insulin. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks...I've seen so many specialists, I hate to get someone else on board, but it might be a good option. I just know that a few units of regular insulin at the hospital left me with better blood sugars, and no 'ketone' breath. ... (3 replies)
... most days, food grosses me out. Insulin makes the most sense, and if it keeps my heart healthier, I want to have sliding scale at home. ... (3 replies)
Lantus insulin
Nov 20, 2005
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Lantus insulin
Nov 16, 2005
... I am thinking of getting back on NPH and the Regular insulin sliding scale because most of the time since starting Lantus I am irritable, acne, moody, forgetful, and mostly lethargic with low sugar or just confused most of the time. ... (4 replies)
Blood sugar spikes
Jul 28, 2013
... Hello all! I have a problem with my blood sugar spiking. At breakfast my bs is usually around 115 to 120. I eat my breakfast and I take the appropriate amount of insulin (sliding scale) for the total carbs. 2-3 hours later I will check my bs and for some reason it will spike up to over 200! I am not sure if I'm doing something wrong, but it really concerns me I want to... (3 replies)
... Hi do you have a county health dept or a sliding scale medical clinic you can go to,I have run out of insulin in the past and have survived be careful what you eat and drink and check your blood sugar levels often if they get to high go to a emergency room, is all else fails some churchs will help with medications by giving money to buy it,good luck Valerie (2 replies)
... at bedtime plus sliding scale if needed. ... (1 replies)
... If you are resistant are you always insulin resistant? ... (3 replies)
... resistant. The best way to reduce your insulin needs would be to lose weight and, possibly, increase the amount of metformin that you're taking. ... (4 replies)
... that's the one where I take 150 units a.m. and p.m. She said to stay on that and take the 150 units like I have been. She added another bottled insulin to it yesterday. ... (2 replies)
Insulin shots
Oct 31, 2008
... opening to say the least. She got different insulin at different intervals when she was in the hospital. ... (13 replies)
... Right now you're on a sliding scale. Back when I was on a sliding scale, the scale took into consideration an average amount of carbs per meal, plus what you might need for a correction depending on how high you were before the meal. ... (33 replies)
... The method being employed here just places the insulin level adjustment on the "back end" instead of the "front end" of the intake event. ... (33 replies)
... I think I get what you are saying. Just a bit confused with the first shot thing (morning)? 8 instead of 10? I inject 8 units in the morning, 10 at lunch, 18 at supper...I do not quite know what you mean by subtract 8 (7) from the reading. Say my reading is 13 FBS do I subtract 8----that would be 5 units I inject???? If my FBS is 13 I would inject 2 units for every 2 mmol... (33 replies)
... As a first "shot".... I would just try beginning your sliding scale at 8 instead of 10. Subtract 8 from the reading instead of 10. ... (33 replies)
... hour after....Very high. Should i inject more rapid to make this number go down or just leave it and inject at next meal time according to my reading using sliding scale of 2 units for every 2 mmol it is over 10 mmol... ... (33 replies)

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