How does “correction dosing” with insulin work?

If your blood glucose is high before a meal, calculate a dose of rapid-acting insulin to cover the high, then wait until that insulin begins to lower your blood glucose before eating. If you can’t delay a meal, check your blood glucose an hour before you eat and take a corrective dose then. Say what? There are so many steps left out of this answer that it verges on nonsensical.

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