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alan_s
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NDEI Slide Presentation on ADA 2012 Guidelines.

The National Diabetes Education Initiative have issued a set of slides to give snapshots of the new ADA Clinical Practice Recommendations.

We've culled the most pertinent information from the guidelines for you! View and download these and other NDEI.org slides to create customized presentations. Click here to view now.


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Re: NDEI Slide Presentation on ADA 2012 Guidelines.

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I do not tolerate any of these.  So what do they have for me?  Diet and exercise...what century is this?  Where do drug companies have a say in our therapy by said drugs?

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Type 2. Dx 6/10. Diet and exercise. Swimming in a heated pool. Lantus 10 units hs. Humalog: sliding scale. My other car is a wheelchair, rollator, or cane depending on terrain.
Active Neuropathy if my blood glucose is at 140 or above. Two MI's. No blocks to blame them on. Congestive Heart Failure: Lasix, Klor-con. Asthma: Qvar, Maxair for breathing emergencies. . Nebulizer during certain seasons. Pulmocort and Xoponex solutions. Oral Steroids when Asthma is very bad. Migraines: Vicodin. To ER for injections if Vicodin does not work.. CPAP for sleeping. MDD and S.A.D,: Supplements, All my money is spent on organic vegtables, fruits, and nuts.:smileyhappy:
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Re: NDEI Slide Presentation on ADA 2012 Guidelines.



mhcarrs wrote:

I do not tolerate any of these.  So what do they have for me?  Diet and exercise...what century is this?  Where do drug companies have a say in our therapy by said drugs?


If you can't tolerate any of those, the choices are a combination of all or any: diet, exercise and insulin.

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Re: NDEI Slide Presentation on ADA 2012 Guidelines.

I went to the slide shows and couldn't find any on diabetics, insulin, exercise.  Did I miss it.

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Type 2. Dx 6/10. Diet and exercise. Swimming in a heated pool. Lantus 10 units hs. Humalog: sliding scale. My other car is a wheelchair, rollator, or cane depending on terrain.
Active Neuropathy if my blood glucose is at 140 or above. Two MI's. No blocks to blame them on. Congestive Heart Failure: Lasix, Klor-con. Asthma: Qvar, Maxair for breathing emergencies. . Nebulizer during certain seasons. Pulmocort and Xoponex solutions. Oral Steroids when Asthma is very bad. Migraines: Vicodin. To ER for injections if Vicodin does not work.. CPAP for sleeping. MDD and S.A.D,: Supplements, All my money is spent on organic vegtables, fruits, and nuts.:smileyhappy: