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Case Scenario - 0001 - Joy Wilson...

This woman is on three injections of short and / or intermediate acting insulin each day, with a split-evening dose. She wants to start a family, but consistently has had quite high blood glucose levels in the early afternoon, despite numerous attempts to normalise her control in anticipation of becoming pregnant. Clearly she could decrease the amount that she eats, but this would not be ideal during pregnancy. See if you can adjust her insulin doses to improve her glycaemic control.

The first image shows the AIDA data entry screen where details of the current case scenario regimen are displayed. Information about the dietary intake, insulin dosage regimen and blood glucose measurements are recorded.

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