Abstract: This handout explains how a patient with diabetes might use their own insulin pump during a stay in the hospital, and lists guidelines to follow. It also describes the need to work closely with the health care team to make sure the insulin level is adjusted as needed, and reasons why the patient may need to receive insulin by injection or IV while they are in the hospital.
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