Dietary practices in treatment of Hypoglycaemia in elevated one-hour postload glucose and diabetes
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This thesis, presented as seven published papers, investigates the under-researched area of dietary practices in hypoglycaemia in diabetes and elevated postload glucose. Research findings address resolution of relative hypoglycaemia in elevated 1-h postload glucose. In hypoglycaemia in diabetes, findings address optimum dietary treatment, patterns of food selection, the association between followup carbohydrate and repeat hypoglycaemia, knowledge of alcohol-induced sustained hypoglycaemia, and identification, treatment, frequency and documentation of hypoglycaemia in nasogastric feeding on the general ward.
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The Experience of Hypoglycaemia and Strategies Used for Its Management by Community-Dwelling Adults with Diabetes Mellitus: A Systematic ReviewTan, S.; Chen, H.; Taylor, B.; Hegney, Desley (2011)Background: Hypoglycaemia, a common complication of diabetes drug therapy, has been reported to influence therapy adherence and the quality of life of people with diabetes mellitus. No systematic reviews on the experience ...
Omitting follow-up food after initial hypoglycaemic treatment does not increase the likelihood of repeat hypoglycaemiaVindedzis, S.; Marsh, B.; Sherriff, Jillian; Dhaliwal, Satvinder; Stanton, K. (2013)Introduction: Guidelines for self-treatment of hypoglycaemia specify initial treatment with quick-acting carbohydrate until blood glucose levels normalize and then follow-up with longer-acting carbohydrate. The few studies ...
Vindedzis, S.; Marsh, B.; Sherriff, Jill; Stanton, K. (2014)Hypoglycaemia in patients with diabetes on nasogastric feeding is both potentially damaging and under-researched. We retrospectively reviewed 50 such inpatients to determine factors influencing hypoglycaemia. Our results ...