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Advice on hypoglycaemia (hypos) and diabetes medication

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Maximum Order: 50

Series : Diabetes Clinical Study Group

Published : September 2015
Page Length : 4
Format : Booklet A5
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : Eastern Academic Health Science Network

Important and valuable advice on diabetes medication and hypoglycaemia (hypos). This leaflet is for people who are taking a treatment for diabetes, either insulin or a sulphonylurea, which can cause low blood sugar levels or hypoglycaemia (hypo). A hypo is when the blood sugar level falls too low. Any blood glucose less that 4.0mmol/L should be treated.