Supportive Care for Children and Adolescents Requiring Insulin

As subacute diabetes is stabilized, the patient and family require extensive formal diabetic education, support, and empathy to ease the anxieties associated with a new diagnosis of a long-term disorder. A maladjustment in the needed insulin therapy could adversely affect the patient's success in living with diabetes. Instruction in dietary principles includes carbohydrate counting and insulin coverage, correction and adjustment of the insulin dosages based on glucose variability and physical activities, and the standards of care to limit acute and long-term risks of diabetes, as detailed next. Following clinical stabilization, the family physician can further consider the etiology and alternative treatments according to ongoing diabetic manifestations.

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