Bubble formation occurs in insulin pumps in response to changes in ambient temperature and atmospheric pressure but not as a result of vibration
Dietary intake and eating patterns of young children with type 1 diabetes achieving glycemic targets
- Abraham, Mary B., Davey, Raymond, King, Bruce R., Ambler, Geoffrey R., Cameron, Fergus, Jones, Timothy W., Davis, Elizabeth A., O'Grady, Michael J., Ly, Trang T., Paramalingam, Nirubasini, Fournier, Paul A., Roy, Anirban, Grosman, Benyamin, Kurtz, Natalie, Fairchild, Janice M.
- Harray, Amelia J., Binkowski, Sabrina, Davis, Elizabeth A., Keating, Barbara L., Horowitz, Michael, Standfield, Scott, Smith, Grant, Paramalingam, Nirubasini, Jones, Timothy, King, Bruce R., Smart, Carmel E. M.
Extended insulin boluses cannot control postprandial glycemia as well as a standard bolus in children and adults using insulin pump therapy.
For a high fat, high protein breakfast, preprandial administration of 125% of the insulin dose improves postprandial glycaemic excursions in people with type 1 diabetes using multiple daily injections: A cross-over trial
In children and young people with type 1 diabetes using Pump therapy, an additional 40% of the insulin dose for a high-fat, high-protein breakfast improves postprandial glycaemic excursions: A cross-over trial
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