Sugar Surfing™ Pop Quiz
Here are several questions to help you check your knowledge of basic Sugar Surfing.
How Well Do You Know Dynamic Diabetes Management?
The purpose of an insulin pivot is to:
Redirect a rising glycemic trend line in the downward direction
Prepare for the consumption of a carbohydrate containing meal or large snack
Maintain a steady glycemic trendline
Administering a dose of rapid acting insulin to reduce a steady blood glucose trendline from a higher to lower level by a difference of at least 2 mmol/L or greater is called:
Taking the drop
If a glycemic trendline is tracking steadily over time between 11-13 mmol/L with no significant rise or fall, then it could be said the rate of basal insulin delivery or action is proper.
'Waiting for the bend' is a metaphor for what significant diabetes self care action?
Effective treatment of a low blood glucose episode
Proof of effective basal insulin action
Timing insulin with a carbohydrate containing meal or snack
Administering rapid insulin doses in a staggered overlapping fashion in response to consuming a meal containing slowly digested complex carbohydrates is known as:
Sugar Surfing is based on the concept of:
Frequent BG pattern management by patient
Physician-directed insulin dosing algorithms
Retrospective BG pattern analysis and review
Diabetes self care decisions can be categorized into which two broad domains?
Flux and drift
Actions and Omissions
Proactive and Reactive
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