Glucose Homeostasis Diagram

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Aqa B3 Homeostasis Glucose

I used eight printed in colour and laminated sets of the work mat and asked the students to use whiteboards to explain what is happening in each stage, I then got them to construct a negative feedback loop using their own notes then checking it against the ones shown in the power point. We finished off with diabetes and the exam questions. A busy lesson! Feedback appreciated. Read more Continue reading >>

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  1. hoshikaze

    low blood sugar before meals

    i'm not sure how to handle this, and it's happened a few times. >_<
    when i test low before a meal should i treat it a little and eat my food as normal? (insulin and all.) or should i NOT treat and just go straight for the meal w/insulin, trusting that it will rise enough to be safe again?
    i've been treating a little just so my hands will stop shaking, but i'm nervous about dropping even lower once i take insulin.
    what do you do?

  2. coravh

    I have a pump so I will tell you what I do when I am low before a meal. I calculate my carbs, figure out the appropriate insulin, and then take back the amount of insulin for the low. For example, if my blood sugar is 3.9 (69) and I want it at 5.9 (105) and I have eaten 40 grams of carb my calculation will be as follows:
    2 units for the 40 grams of carb (1:20 insulin ratio)
    minus the one unit that would have taken me from 105 to 69 - so I would take only 1 unit of insulin for the food I had eaten.
    I hope that makes sense.

  3. deedee

    I am not on the pump. If I am under 100 before a meal, I will eat the meal, then dose accordingly. If I'm - let's say in the 90's, I'll start eating, then dose. If I'm in the 60's to 70's, I'll eat the whole meal, then dose. This works for me.

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