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…Don’t Let Residual Insulin Rock the Glucose Management Boat While dosing protocols may be carefully calculated, a hospitalized patient’s need…

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Yes, you can have too much of a good thing! Case in point—sugar. Too much sugar in your blood has…

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How low can you go? When it comes to sugar levels and you begin to experience hypoglycemic symptoms, it depends…

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Hyperglycemia.  Hypoglycemia.  What’s the difference?   What’s the significance, if it’s all Greek to you? Hyper, derived from Greek, means above,…

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In hospitalized patients, managing blood glucose levels is a complex and sometimes controversial issue. For about 20 percent of the…

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Is your hospital experiencing obstacles in glycemic control for critically ill patients? Is your clinical staff spending large amounts of…

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High blood sugar can result from hypothermia, which may be induced to improve neurologic outcome in unconscious patients. Certain patient…

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…in its Induced Hypothermia Patients with Leading Edge Technology Named one of the 100 Top Cardiovascular Hospitals in the nation, Holy…