Holger Schmeken's Blog – December 2011 Archive (3)

Insulin for glucose that is clear but potassium?

With diabetes and insulin therapy we all develop better senses for your body. Just for the benefit of detecting lows earlier for example. For months these senses are now telling me that something is not right. I could feel my heartbeat more than usual and I got the impression that sometimes there were beats in between. This is not unusual even for healthy people but for me it felt odd.

Now some blood tests have revealed that I have a deficit of potassium (called…

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Added by Holger Schmeken on December 9, 2011 at 5:00am — 8 Comments

World Diabetes Day - blue lights

The World Diabetes Day 2012 is months away. But still I want to urge you to take action now to make this day a success. Many people must be convinced and this will take precious time.

Because of that we wrote our local major very early this year. Our document is based on the official template of the Word Diabetes Day organization. We just included some photos and appended the official UN resolution. The document has been printed in color to make an impressive presentation. Out of that…

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Added by Holger Schmeken on December 7, 2011 at 7:32am — 1 Comment

Deutsch > English: important German terms and their English translation

For our new German members here I created a list of German terms and their English translation. Please feel free to add terms you are missing:

German: für unsere neuen Mitglieder aus dem deutschsprachigen Raum eine Auflistung der wichtigsten deutschen Begriffe zum Thema Diabetes. Bitte gebt mir Rückmeldung, falls ich etwas vergessen haben sollte:

Aktives Insulin = Insulin on Board = IOB

Albuminurie = proteinuria

Analoginsulin = analog insulin

Apotheke =…

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Added by Holger Schmeken on December 7, 2011 at 7:27am — 1 Comment

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