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Insulin Pump Class: Back to the Basics of Pump Therapy
Research Day
  • Sara Wilson Reece, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Cheryl Williams, The Longstreet Clinic, Gainesville, Ga.
Georgia Campus
Start Date
7-5-2014 1:00 PM

Insulin pump therapy is a common mechanism for insulin delivery in Type 1 diabetes mellitus as well as in some patients with Type 2 diabetes mellitus. At the Longstreet Clinic, approximately 3% of patients on insulin therapy utilize insulin pumps. After several patients on insulin pump therapy experienced severe hypoglycemic episodes while driving, the need for review of insulin pump survival skills were identified. The insulin pump class which was conducted in a small group setting reviewed all of the necessary survival skills for effective insulin pump therapy. Pre- and post-class hemoglobin A1c values and emergency room visits as well as patient satisfaction survey were the measured outcomes.

Citation Information
Sara Wilson Reece and Cheryl Williams. "Insulin Pump Class: Back to the Basics of Pump Therapy" (2014)
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