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Caring for children with diabetes

Alwyn Moyer

Caring for children with diabetes

the diabetes specialist nurse : phase 1 report

by Alwyn Moyer

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Published by Daphne Heald Research Unit, Royal College of Nursing in London .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL21562385M

The Boyfriend/Girlfriend Guide to Caring for Someone with Type 1. Here are tips that can help you take care of your significant other and the essentials in diabetes care that are a must-know! Insulin! Our bodies do not make insulin. We need insulin to process food that we are eating. Therefore, we can use either the pump or injections via.   The needs of pediatric patients dictate guidelines for care that are different from those for adults. The American Diabetes Association recently published a statement on current standards of care pertaining to children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes. 1 In accordance with this, members of diabetes teams have become more aggressive in identifying goals and Cited by:

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Community Health Nursing: Caring For Children with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus #, # University of British Columbia Nursing Section November 7, Wendy Andrews Community Health Nursing: Caring For Children with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM) is one of the fastest growing chronic diseases affecting children . Many parents also feel guilty about their child's diabetes and wonder if they could have prevented it somehow. Some parents also might feel unsure about taking on the tasks of caring for a child with diabetes, such as giving medicines and helping their child follow a meal plan. It's also common to worry about recognizing symptoms of a diabetes.


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Throughout the book, “you” most often refers to the person with diabetes. For example, if we say “your doctor,” we mean “your child’s doctor” if you are the parent.

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The author, Dr. Ragnar Hanas, has worked with children and adolescents with diabetes for over 15 years. This book is a collection of these experiences, with the aim of being readable by both parents with diabetes and professionals.

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Discuss with your health care team how flexible the schedule can be and the appropriate goals for diabetes control. As children grow and mature, they learn to care for themselves.

This is true for diabetes-related tasks. This is a guideline to help you know when children may be able to do some diabetes related tasks along with some normal developmental tasks and family issues that may happen with managing diabetes.

Some additional resources are also provided. Caring For Your Diabetes Steps for Testing Blood. Remember to bring your meter and log book to ALL appointments with your diabetes healthcare team (doctor, nurse, diabetes educator, other).

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