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Offline gemsa

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Re: Back for number 2 (hopefully!)
« Reply #30 on: 04 May 2015, 10:29:13 AM »
 I guess each hospital has their own way of doing it. I found the first 12 hours after dose one of steroids was normal then I started getting ketones whilst my blood was less than 8 and so I went onto the sliding scale. I honestly didn't pay much attention to how much insulin they were giving me via drip so can't say how much was needed. But remember, insulin is a drug that needs to match your blood,the value of a dose is neither good nor bad,it's whether your scores remain good. Whether you use double,triple or any multiple of your typical amount doesn't matter.
T1 diagnosed 1985, DAFNE Oct 2012 (HBA 9.2%), started pumping April 2013.
HBAs: Feb 2013 8.6%, Jan 2014 7.4%, June 2014 5.9%, Jan 2015 7.5%
Healthy baby delivered Nov 2014 predicted 97th+centile but actually 50th centile.