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Ke kīpē ka wikiwiki o ke kaila glucose koko ma mua o ka maʻamau ...

Wā: 2019-09-11 Hits: 76


l ʻO ia ka haʻahaʻa i ka wā e hoʻokē ʻai ana i ka hoʻokaʻa koko koko 2.8-3.99


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ʻO ke kumukūʻai maʻamau o nā maʻi koko wikiwiki ʻole ma waena o ka 3.9-6.1mmol / L.

Pono ka waiwai maʻamau o ka hoʻonaninani koko wikiwiki i waena o 4.4-7.0mmol / L.


No nā maʻi maʻi maʻi maʻi: ʻO ka hapa nui o kou kaila koko he haʻahaʻa (haʻahaʻa ke koko <2.8mmol / L i kapa ʻia he hypoglycemia). Inā manaʻo ʻole ʻoe, ʻaʻole e lawe i kahi meaʻai liʻiliʻi e hoʻomaha ai.

No nā maʻi maʻi maʻi: your blood glucose is lower. Whether you have unconscious panic, hunger, hand shake and other symptoms of hypoglycemia, you should take 15-20 grams of glucose or sugary food immediately and retest the blood glucose 15 minutes later. If the blood glucose is still low, then eat another 15-20 grams of sugary food and retest the blood glucose 15 minutes later. Keep observation if blood glucose goes up. The cause of hypoglycemia should be actively understood after the blood glucose returns to normal.

E kahaia ia ʻai maʻamau. ^ E Ha yM. Inā ʻaʻole hiki ʻoe ke ʻai i ka manawa, pono ʻoe e ʻai i kekahi mau ʻōmole, nā huaʻai a me nā meaʻai ʻē aʻe. Pono ʻoe e koho i ka ʻai maloʻo (e like me ka momona steamed, laiki, a me nā mea). ʻO ka lohi ʻana o ka meaʻai maloʻo ka lohi, hiki iā ia ke hoʻolohi i ka hoʻonui ʻana o ke kahe koko postprandial a mālama i kahi manawa lōʻihi, ʻo ia hoʻi e pale ai i ka hypoglycemia o ka ʻai aʻe. Pono hoʻi ʻoe e pale i ka inu nui a inu i ka ʻōpū ʻole.

Nā hoʻolālā mau hiki paha i ke kōkua e kāohi i ka glucose koko. Paipai ʻia ia e hoʻokō ma lalo o ke alakaʻi a kahi mea loea a ʻike i ke kiʻekiʻe o ka glucose koko ma mua, i ka wā, a ma hope o ka hoʻomaʻamaʻa ʻana i ka papa mua o ka papa hana. Ke hoʻohaʻahaʻa ka nui o ka glucose koko ma mua o 5.6mmol / L, pono e hoʻohui ʻia i ka wai momona a i ʻole nā ​​mea ʻala ma mua o ka hoʻomaʻamaʻa ʻana a pale i ka hoʻomaʻamaʻa ʻana i ka ʻōpū ʻole.