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Re: [IP] Help/advice for a fellow pumper & surgery

C.M. Ullom wrote:
>>> I had a friend, where they took the pump off of her inspite of orders from
the doctor. The 1hr proceedure she eneded up waking up to an 800 blood sugar.
When she was taken back to her room. she had her tester, and had already
started to take a corrective dose. It took the nurses 97 minutes to return
after findng out how high she was to put insulin in her iv. She told them that
she had already corrected herself. She then proceeded to give the entire floor
a demo of the pump. >>>

This is a case (most are) where the education to the entire floor should have
been done BEFORE the procedure was done.

There have been several replies and the messages are being viewed by the
person who asked me. Thanks on their behalf! (~_^)

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