Case Scenario 1 Student is escorted to your office stating they “don’t feel good.” Symptoms of shaking and sweating noted.
Case Scenario 2 ? Student is in PE and starts complaining of “feeling low.” The coach calls the nurse, stating the student appears confused and lethargic. Case Scenario 2 (cont.) ? Give student a snack containing 15 grams of complex carbohydrates and protein ? Send student back to normal activity and recheck prior to lunch.
Case Scenario 3 ? You are called to the classroom to find a student with diabetes having a seizure. Diabetes Update for School Nurses Arkansas Children’s Hospital Jennifer Sellers, RN,CDE Lisa Still, RN,CDE July 2007. Glucagon Emergency Administration Training Tool A Resource for School Nurses and School Personnel. Diabetes Info Fast and Furious Facts … 23 million have diabetes in the US 5-10%Type 1 1 in every 400 kids have Type I diabetes Type II diabetes is significantly.
Helping Belton ISD Students Stay Safe & Healthy What Every BISD Staff Needs to Know About: Helping Belton ISD Students Stay Safe & Healthy What Every BISD.
Diabetes at School March 2009 Training For School Personnel Insulin, Blood Checking and Glucagon.
DATA Program Diabetes Awareness, Training, and Action Training Curriculum North Carolina Public School System NC Session Law 2002-103, Senate Bill 911.

Diabetes Awareness, Training, and Action Program Developed by: Wake Forest Baptist Hospital Diabetes Care Center & American Diabetes Association & Nursing.
Glutose 15 delivers 15 grams of pure glucose (dextrose) for rapid response to hypoglycemia. Nutrition & Diet Therapy (7 th Edition) Carbohydrate-Controlled Diets for Diabetes Mellitus Chapter 21. Microvascular complications –Progressive damage to microcirculation caused by long-term diabetes Retinopathy (damage bl.
Nutrition & Diet Therapy (7 th Edition) Fiber –Recommendations similar to those of general population Include fiber-rich foods: legumes, whole grains, fruits, and vegetables. Presented by District Nurses Cheryl Closser, RN, MSN, PHN Beth Munns, RN, BA, BSN Emily Henke, RN, BSN, PHN. OBESITY puts patients at an increased risk for high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and diabetes. KIDNEY DISEASE is caused when the kidneys lose their ability to filter out waste products into the urine. In diabetes, high blood sugar can cause the kidneys to filter too much blood, which can lead to damage of the filters in the kidney.
This occurs when high blood sugar over time damages the coating of nerves throughout the body.

This causes the filters to leak, so useful products, such as proteins, are lost in the urine and waste products begin to build-up in the body.
Some signs of nerve damage include burning, tingling, pain or numbness in your hands or feet. Please click here and here  for more information about where and how to start incorporating healthy choices into your daily routine.
Managing your diabetes and keeping your blood sugar within your target range can help prevent kidney disease. Don’t forget your friendly Health Park Pharmacy staff is also here to support you in your lifestyle modifications and can help to get you started or answer any questions you may have about proper diet and exercise. Your doctor may also prescribe you a glucagon kit, which can be used   by someone else if you become unconscious.

Hypoglycemia type 1 diabetes treatment
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