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Re: [IPp] bolusing at school



My daughter test's right in school. She then boluses what she needs. We have
no school nurse, no school teacher that looks over her. I would suggest you
get them to test for meals where she is eating. Much easier and only takes a
few moments.

Jana in Nova Scotia
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Sent: Thursday, May 09, 2002 11:40 AM
Subject: [IPp] bolusing at school


> How does everyone handle bolusing at the right time at school?  If your
> child tests in the classroom or at the nurse's office, and then boluses
> before going to the cafeteria, then isn't there a risk that he or she
> will go low because the bolus will start working before they start to
> eat?  Or, is the time in between bolusing and getting to the cafeteria
> not significant for most kids?  I know that some kids wait until after
> they finish eating to bolus.  For Lauren, at least on shots, she goes too
> high if we wait until after she eats to give her insulin.
>
> She will be the first pumper in her school, and I really appreciate
> everyone sharing their experiences so we can include all that's necessary
> in her 504 for next year.
>
> Karen
>
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