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From Michigan, USA:

A child in school where I teach usually has high blood sugars at 10:00 am, and I need some information about what she can do to bring it down other than taking more insulin at this time.


Please check with the school nurse or clerk and the family as to what is to be done.


[Editor's comment: Hopefully, this child has a 504 Plan in place which contains detailed instructions as to what to how to treat high blood sugars. Also see hyperglycemia. SS]

Original posting 16 Dec 2002
Posted to Hyperglycemia and DKA


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