Basal Insulin Requirement Is ∼30% of the Total Daily Insulin Dose in Type 1 Diabetic Patients Who Use the Insulin Pump

@inproceedings{Kuroda2011BasalIR,
  title={Basal Insulin Requirement Is ∼30% of the Total Daily Insulin Dose in Type 1 Diabetic Patients Who Use the Insulin Pump},
  author={Akio Kuroda and Hideaki Kaneto and Tetsuyuki Yasuda and Munehide Matsuhisa and Kazuyuki Miyashita and Noritaka Fujiki and Keiko Fujisawa and Tsunehiko Yamamoto and Mitsuyoshi Takahara and F. Numaguchi Sakamoto and Taka‐aki Matsuoka and Iichiro Shimomura},
  booktitle={Diabetes care},
  year={2011}
}
OBJECTIVE To investigate the basal insulin requirement in total daily insulin dose in Japanese type 1 diabetic patients who use the insulin pump. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS The basal insulin requirement in 35 type 1 diabetic patients without detectable C-peptide using the insulin pump (Paradigm 712) was investigated during 2-3 weeks of hospitalization. The patients were served diabetic diets of 25-30 kcal/kg ideal body weight. Each meal omission was done to confirm stable blood glucose… CONTINUE READING

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