This article will provide readers with information on blood glucose monitoring. It will cover the basics of what it is, how to measure it, and who should be monitored. Finally, some sources for further reading are listed below for those interested in learning more about this topic. Blood sugar levels need to be monitored regularly because diabetes can lead to many complications if not managed properly through diet and exercise as well as medication prescribed by a doctor. Monitoring helps keep track of what foods or activities may have caused a spike or drop in blood sugar levels so that adjustments can be made accordingly.
This general guide will let you determine the time it will require you to fill out blood glucose monitoring, the number of pages it has, and some other specific specifics of the file.
|Form Name||Blood Glucose Monitoring|
|Form Length||1 pages|
|Avg. time to fill out||15 sec|
|Other names||flow sheet blood glucose, blood glucose monitoring system, glucose monitoring chart pdf, flow sheet glucose|
FLOW SHEET FOR HOME BLOOD GLUCOSE MONITORING
Prescribed Frequency for monitoring: ______________________
2hours after bkft.
2hours after lunch
Eastern Carolina Family Practice Center Annette Peery, RN, MSN, CDE