School nurses help students manage diabetes with insulin pumps

04/24/2008 | Nurse.com

More children are using insulin pumps to better manage their diabetes, and school nurses may have to help students troubleshoot problems, especially when high blood sugar levels indicate insulin is not getting infused properly. Nurses also may have to train the school faculty and staff to identify students with signs of hyper- and hypoglycemia.

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