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Caregivers giving insulin to residents may only do so:
When you are administering insulin, where would you administer it?
Another name for insulin reaction is
Mrs. Jones has been diagnosed with insulin dependent diabetes.What care would you NOT perform on her?
Symptoms of hyperglycemia are caused by the body’s inability to produce what?
Type 1 Diabetes is
What are symptoms of Hypoglycemia:
A possible complication of diabetes is:
Mrs. Jackson is an insulin dependent diabetic. She has not eaten any of her breakfast. As a nursing assistant you should
Your home health client is diabetic. When you go to his home, you find him very lethargic, but able to follow commands. He can’t tell you when he last ate. You should do what first?
Which of the following are symptoms commonly experienced by people who have diabetes?
Which of the following statements is true of diabetes?
The most common form of diabetes is:
The best way for a caregiver to provide foot care for a diabetic resident to
What kind of shoes are best for diabetic residents to wear?
People with diabetes do not either produce enough __________ or it is not used properly by the body
Insulin reaction can be caused by
If a diabetic resident exhibits signs and symptoms of being cold and clammy, has double vision, shallow breathing, and is hungry, the nursing assistant should:
A sign of the onset of diabetic ketoacidosis is breath that smells
When drawing up 5 units of insulin you must first inject __________ into the vial