[IPk] RE: HELP NEEDED Missed Insulin dose
I will continue. Sasha looks a bit off colour now. We have forgotten before,
for an hour or so, but not
all day!!. Its a shock how quickly the blood sugar rises with no long acting
but I guess you pumpers know
all about that. I was out most of the day or would have realised sooner what
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Andrew Dysch [mailto:email @ redacted]
> Sent: 06 December 2003 05:30
> To: Jackie Jacombs; email @ redacted
> Cc: Insulin Pump List
> Subject: re: HELP NEEDED Missed Insulin dose
> I would stick with the Novorapid, testing & giving small doses. Otherwise you
> unpredictable longer term results into tomorrow.
> You may still get some high readings overnight, but it will be easier to
> Good luck.
> "Jackie Jacombs" <email @ redacted> wrote:
> >Sasha's blood sugar has been rising since dinner time around 16 mmols and
has still been in
> that region
> >for since 12.00. Its now 5.00pm We have given her two lots of insulin,
Novorapid since then, we though
> >that she was developing a cold, I had to go to a medical appointment and
Terry was rushing
> about to take
> >the twins swimming.
> > We now think, and are pretty sure, that the morning dose of Insulatard was
missed in the
> rush. Should
> >I just continue with the NR in small does until time for her normal evening
dose which is at
> 7.30 pm and
> >a third of the daily dose of NPH which is 7 units or should I give her a
larger dose of NPH
> than usual
> >and give it now?? She normally has 14.5 units in the morning.
> >She has a gym competition tomorrow so we are hoping that she will be feeling
ok as she isn't at the
> >Jackie Jacombs
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