Insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus has been treated with four jet injections of insulin (regular insulin before each meal and intermediate insulin at bedtime) during self-monitoring of blood glucose levels. The blood glucose levels generally remain within 60 and 150 mg/dl.
Original Articles| January 01 1978
Jet Injection of Insulin During Self-Monitoring of Blood Glucose
T S Danowski;
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T S Danowski, J H Sunder; Jet Injection of Insulin During Self-Monitoring of Blood Glucose. Diabetes Care 1 January 1978; 1 (1): 27–33. https://doi.org/10.2337/diacare.1.1.27
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