2-4 hours after administration
6-14 hours after administration
16-18 hours after administration
18-24 hours after administration
Gives small continuous dose of regular insulin subcutaneously. and the client can self-administer a bolus with an additional dosage from the pump before each meal.
Is timed to release programmed doses of regular or NPH insulin into the bloodstream at specific intervals.
Is surgically attached to the pancreas and infuses regular insulin into the pancreas. which in turn releases the insulin into the bloodstream.
Continuously infuses small amounts of NPH insulin into the bloodstream while regularly monitoring blood glucose levels.
Elevated blood glucose level and a low plasma bicarbonate
Decreased urine output
Increased respirations and an increase in pH
Administer a sedative
Make sure the client knows all the correct medical terms to understand what is happening.
Ignore the signs and symptoms of anxiety so that they will soon disappear
Convey empathy. trust. and respect toward the client.
High risk for deficient fluid volume
Deficient knowledge: disease process and treatment
Imbalanced nutrition: less than body requirements
Disabled family coping: compromised.
Administer regular insulin intravenously
Administer 5% dextrose intravenously
Correct the acidosis
Apply an electrocardiogram monitor.
“The best time for me to exercise is every afternoon.”
“The best time for me to exercise is right after I eat.”
“The best time for me to exercise is after breakfast.”
“The best time for me to exercise is after my morning snack.”
Extraction of energy
Synthesis of protein
Building of genetic material
Formation of cell membranes.