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Getting Down to Basals

by Gary Scheiner, MS, CDE

Fine-tuning basal insulin can be complex, so don’t hesitate to ask a member of your health-care team for help with this task. An endocrinologist, certified diabetes educator, nurse practitioner, or insulin pump specialist can usually help you put your basal insulin on the right track.

 

 

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