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Effect of Hypo on pulse rate

Started this discussion. Last reply by Emily Coles Feb 25, 2013. 9 Replies

I devellppod diabetic condition in year 1999. I opted for insulin therpy - During my 14 years of diabetic tenure I had severe hyoo on three occasions. I observed that my pulse rate had shot to 120…Continue

 

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Emily Coles replied to Mokiza's discussion 'Effect of Hypo on pulse rate'
"Mokiza, I'm glad to see that you've posted about this idea! No matter what the outcome is, it's a very interesting idea and conversation :)"
Feb 25, 2013
Mokiza replied to Mokiza's discussion 'Effect of Hypo on pulse rate'
"Your observation is more accurate - you have enhanced my observation"
Feb 25, 2013
Mokiza replied to Mokiza's discussion 'Effect of Hypo on pulse rate'
"Thank you for your observation. I have failed to mention that pulse goes high on reaching extreem stage of hypo - and not when we are assending towards hypo. So such a device cannot be an early warning."
Feb 25, 2013
Mokiza replied to Mokiza's discussion 'Effect of Hypo on pulse rate'
"Now I recollect that I had have many hypos but severe ones were only on thee occasions when I lot control on my control. Pulse may be triggering only on reaching such extreem only. Thank you indded"
Feb 25, 2013
Mokiza replied to Mokiza's discussion 'Effect of Hypo on pulse rate'
"Your comment and observation is wise and appealing thank you"
Feb 25, 2013
Brian (bsc) replied to Mokiza's discussion 'Effect of Hypo on pulse rate'
"Raised pulse rate would be expected to be common with a harsh hypo (one that triggers a rebound or counterregulation). Your body releases cortisol which raises your heart rate. Perfectly normal. But while it would work, it is a "lagging"…"
Feb 25, 2013
acidrock23 replied to Mokiza's discussion 'Effect of Hypo on pulse rate'
"I don't think that HR is viewed as relible because there are many factors that can influence HR to elevate. That being said, I agree with guitarnut that there's a lot of sports marketed devices that incorporate HR meters and can display…"
Feb 25, 2013
Holger Schmeken replied to Mokiza's discussion 'Effect of Hypo on pulse rate'
"The more lows diabetics experience the more they get used to lows. It is not that scary anymore and the brain has learned to cope with the situation (until you are far too low). Thus the secretion of adrenalin will be less pronounced with the years.…"
Feb 25, 2013
guitarnut replied to Mokiza's discussion 'Effect of Hypo on pulse rate'
"I've never heard of such a device, and I've heard of some weird ones for diabetes. (There's one that's a tattoo that changes color based on blood sugar patterns. There's another that "reads" blood sugar through the…"
Feb 25, 2013
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Effect of Hypo on pulse rate

I devellppod diabetic condition in year 1999. I opted for insulin therpy - During my 14 years of diabetic tenure I had severe hyoo on three occasions. I observed that my pulse rate had shot to 120 (my normal pulse rate is around 70 when I have normal sugar levels,If a wrist alarm can be fabricated which gives an alarm when the pulserate crosses a pre-determined level - will it be helpful gadget to diabetics? Does such a gadget already exists in the market? If yes -whatis the brand? I am 82 now…See More
Feb 25, 2013
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"Your affectione hello - induces a soothing re-assurance. My son is type 1 IDDM & I am Type 2 IDDM. When - rather as and when I find my son oscillating between hypoes and heper - I do get a set back -feel helpless. But it appears that since…"
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"Your affectione hello - induces a soothing re-assurance. My son is type 1 IDDM & I am Type 2 IDDM. When - rather as and when I find my son oscillating between hypoes and heper - I do get a set back -feel helpless. But it appears that since…"
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"Your affectione hello - induces a soothing re-assurance. My son is type 1 IDDM & I am Type 2 IDDM. When - rather as and when I find my son oscillating between hypoes and heper - I do get a set back -feel helpless. But it appears that since…"
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At 12:45pm on January 9, 2011, Doris D said…
Boy do I know that feeling!!!!!!!!!! Me and computers? well I have to ask my daughters what to do on them
I've been a Type 1 for 37 years myself and am now pumping (well have been for 23 years now with 2 yeasr out for a pancres transplant didn't work so here I am) Let me ask you this 1st is he taking shots or is he on the pump? I found that the pump helps me soooooo much with better control. Let's start there OK?
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Delighted to be counted as a friend, Mokiza! If you wish, you can connect with me via messages as well. Just go to the top of your page, under your profile picture are icons and their definition printed in orange....click on "Send a Message" (has an orange envelope).
At 11:08pm on January 7, 2011, Linda G said…
Welcome home Mokiza!
Take a peek at some the groups when you get a chance. Just go to the top of your page, and click on "Groups". Once in, you can either peruse the wide array of available groups....or simply type a specific interest in the space provided. Take in some of the blogs/discussions as well.
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At 6:10am on January 7, 2011, Marie B said…
namaste, Mokiza, welcome to TuDiabetes!

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Welcome to TuDiabetes! Check out some of the groups on the site. It is a great way to get to know the community.
 
 
 

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