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[IPp] Re: corrections

If Tian gets checked 1 or 2 hours after eating she is almost always high,
either a little or alot.  But if you correct her she will go low before her
next meal.  We have been having a problem with her nurse at school bolusing
her at 10:30 in the morning when she had only eaten and had her insulin
maybe 1 and a half or 2 hours before.  When the nurse has bolused her (even
though she is not suppose to give her insulin with consent from her mother
or me) she has always been very low by the time she comes home and hour
later.  She is only in 1/2 day kindergarten.  Monday, we get a new nurse
that can hopefully follow directions.
----- Original Message -----
From: <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>;
<email @ redacted>
Sent: Friday, September 13, 2002 10:40 AM
Subject: corrections

> If I check Jacob 1 hour after a meal and/or an insulin dose and he is
> high....he will stay high unless I correct.  Like, Jacob had nutrigrain
> for breakfast and 1 hour later he was 312 despite giving a 1:30 instead of
> the usual 1:40.  I didn't correct because it had only been 1 hour.  2 1/2
> hours later he was 317.  Today he was 268 (even though I gave a 1:25
> and I corrected and at his check this morning he was 130.  Does anyone
> experience anything like this?
> Shanna
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