Additional Resource Information for School Nurses 1 Hypoglycemia

Additional Resource Information for School Nurses 1 Hypoglycemia

Additional Resource Information for School Nurses 1 Hypoglycemia Quick Reference Guide 2010 NDEP School Guide Hyperglycemia Quick Reference Guide 2010 NDEP School Guide Supplies Needed at School Pump Backup

Cartridge or Pods Infusion Set Battery IV Prep Alcohol swabs Insulin Pump Failure Backup Syringe Insulin Pen with pen needle

Snacks Carb snacks Non-carb snacks Hypoglycemia Treatments Juice Smarties Sweet Tarts Cake Mate Glucagon

Testing supplies Glucose meter Glucose testing strips Ketone testing strips CGM Not necessary to keep back-up supplies at school School Responsibilities Assist With Managing Lows Give carbs Stop or disconnect pump Managing Highs Corrections as needed Check ketones Give correction by injection

if needed Verify Pump Bolus Entries Blood sugar Carb amount Insulin dispensed CGM Assist with alarm troubleshooting Parental Concerns and Challenges 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

8. 9. 6 Child in school consistent parental worries re hypo/hyperglycemia Independence Factors: who does what? Field trips and supervision Health office visits during class and at lunch for blood glucose checks Ability to carry diabetes related supplies in backpack or purse Testing blood sugar in class when feeling low or high Extracurricular activities and supervision School forms 504 plans

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