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I have give her novo rapid, what should I do ?

can some one help i have just given my 3 year old her bed insulin and i have give her the wrong one she should have had levemir and i have give her novo rapid what should i do its bed time and she is asleep its ok now i have phoned the hospitle and the doctor said to still give her bed time 1 as it will see her through the night but to give it to her in 2 hours and give her some hypo stop if she is low thanks she has only had diabetes since december i am still lerning
Asked On : Tue, 22 Dec 2009
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Well you need to be more careful..she is a baby..yo need to take care of the insulin and her diet. Diabetes is a chronic condition which needs close attention, but with some practical knowledge about it, you can become your child's most important ally in learning to live with the disease. Talk to your doctor, and learn more. about it, what to do and what to avoid. The keys to treatment and effective control are insulin, exercise and diet.

Answered: Tue, 22 Dec 2009
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