"To treat a Low you need glucose. The best we could find is the glucose solution 50%. It comes in very convenient plastic bottles of 10ml each - 5g/bottle. The little bottles are easy to carrand open. Glucosesolution are the fastrst to absorb. Maybe…"
"If you put the pod in a place with enough fat tissue you do not need to pinch. You just need to pinch if you put the pod in a lean area to avoid inserting the cannula in the fascia or muscle layer because the insulin will be absorbed too fast and…"
Just to share the pictures of Manoel after his first Surf Class at Serrambi Beach. Manoel is using a Omnipod and his basal during that day was set to -50% (No Low's and no Hi's). Surfing is better than suffering with diabetes. :) :) See More
Just to share the pictures of Manoel after his first Surf Class at Serrambi Beach. Manoel is using a Omnipod and his basal during that day was set to -50% (No Low's and no Hi's). Surfing is better than suffering with diabetes. :) :) …
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