Checking your ICR
Checking your ICR
|NDR-UK Ref No:||9436|
|Publication Format:||A4 leaflet|
A guide to ensuring ICR remains correct. Features spaces for the patient's health professional to include personalised instructions where appropriate. Part of NDR-UK's Paediatric Diabetes range.
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 know that ICR can change with age and lifestyle.
- The Target Group will know to monitor their blood glucose levels and identify trends that could indicate ICR needs to change.
- The Target Group will know how to take 'paired' readings and how to test adjustments in their ICR.
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