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I te wa e nohopuku ana te taumata toto toto toto nui atu i te tu ...

Time: 2019-09-11 Ngā Taunga: 455


l  He iti ake i te wa e nohopuku ana te nohopuku toto toto he 2.8-3.99


Hei:

Te uara tuuturu o te nohopuku toto tere kore-mate huka i waenga o 3.9-6.1mmol / L.

2Ko te uara maatau o te mate huka toto mate huka e tika ana kia whakahaere i waenga i te 4.4-7.0mmol / L.


Mo nga turoro mate-mate turoro: your blood glucose value is a little lower (blood glucose<2.8mmol/L is called hypoglycemia). If you feel unwell, take a little food to relieve it.

 

Mo nga turoro mate pukupuku: 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 taunaki ana kia kainga tamau. If you can't eat on time, you should eat some biscuits, fruits and other foods in advance. You should try to choose dry food (such as steamed bun, rice, etc.) when eating staple food. The absorption of dry food is slow, which can slow down the rise of postprandial blood glucose and maintains a longer time, thus avoiding hypoglycemia of next meal. You should also avoid excessive drinking and drinking on an empty stomach. 

      Te whakahaere i ia ra he awhina pea ki te whakahaere i te toto toto. E taunaki ana kia whakangungu i raro i te kaiarahi ngaio me te tiro i te taumata o te toto toto i mua, i roto i te waa, a, i muri mai i te mahi whakangungu tuatahi. Mena he iti ake te uara toto o te toto ki te 5.6mmol / L, me whakakiihia e te wai momona, nga inu reka ranei i mua i te haakinakina me te aukati i te whakangungu i te kopu kore.