Tight Glucose Control managed by ICU nurses induces extremely low Rates of Hypoglycemia

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Title
Tight Glucose Control managed by ICU nurses induces extremely low Rates of Hypoglycemia
Title of the conference
Schweiz Med Forum 2010
Author(s)
Joseph C., Delodder F., Maravic P., Szostek T., Schaller M.D., Berger M., Revelly J.P., Eggimann P.
Publisher
EMH
Organization
Société Suisse de Médecine Intensive
Publication state
Published
Issued date
09/2010
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Volume
10
Pages
6S
Language
french
Abstract
Implementation of tight glucose control in a large mixed
adult ICU significantly decreases the proportion of hyperglycemia, and
maintained extremely low rates of hypoglycemia. These results strongly
suggest that complete transfer of competence for tight glucose control
to bedside nursing is safe and efficient.
Keywords
critical care, metabolism, glycemia, hypoglycemia, guidelines
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