Acute Nursing-Communication Skills Activity
Hypoglycaemia is associated with low blood sugar where the interaction of food consumption, insulin dosage and intensity of physical activities affect cycles of hypoglycaemic episodes (Clarke et al., 2009). Focusing on blood glucose levels helps to identify the risk of hypoglycaemic episodes occurring. Diabetes is a major predictor of hypoglycaemia, while intensive therapies help to manage the condition. In order to prevent long-term complications, it is important to focus on glycemic control as this may indicate the risk of hypoglycaemia (Moghissi, Ismail-Beigi, & Devine, 2013). In order to minimize hypoglycaemia complications then monitoring blood glucose, choosing the most appropriate therapy setting individualized blood glucose targets as well as implementing education (Rosssetti et al., 2008). This paper focuses on the education needs assessment goals of the hypoglycaemic education session as well goals, contents of the session as well as the teaching strategies relevant to the hypoglycaemic group. Education needs assessment Physiological, psychological and social cultural characteristics One of the risks associated with hypoglycaemia is that the symptoms are often sudden.
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