|NDR-UK Ref No:||9412|
|Publication Format:||A4 leaflet|
A guide to help parents/carers of children with Type 1 Diabetes to detect, treat and prevent hypoglycaemia (hypos). Part of NDR-UK's paediatric diabetes range.
Product change guidance: In April 2017, Lucozade Energy Original will reduce its glucose content. If you use this product to treat hypoglycaemia or low blood glucose, the amount you drink will need to change.
•For 10g of carbohydrate, you will now need 110ml
•For 15g of carbohydrate, you will now need 170ml
For other flavours and older products, the amounts will be different.
Read the label on your bottle and talk to your diabetes team for further advice and guidance.
Advice requires some explanation from a Health Professional who has basic nutrition knowledge to enable correct implementation.
To ensure optimal growth and development by encouraging and promoting self-management of diabetes.
To support the patient/client and their carers to adopt dietary practice to help avoid long-term diabetes complications.
The Target Group will:
- Understand how CHO affects blood glucose levels.
- Understand the importance of monitoring and keeping a diary to record BG, insulin, CHO etc.
- Know target BG range and how to respond:
- to correct high blood glucose
- to prevent, detect and respond to hypoglycaemia
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- Diabetes Action Plan, The Scottish Government (2010), The Scottish Government, Edinburgh.
- D De Silva, Helping people help themselves. A review of the evidence considering whether it’s worthwhile to support self-management, The Health Foundation, London. (2011)
- Guidance on the use of patient education models for diabetes, Technology, Appraisal 60, NICE (2003) London.