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Clinical Case no: 1 (8 year old boy with T1D) 3 G. Hoorweg-Nijman I would be interested in further information (with perhaps a neurological opinion and EEG) about the rage episodes and whether they may be complex partial seizures rather than MCDD. Or even another neurodegenerative disorder. Like Craig suggests, it may lead on to more extensive neurological work up like MRI brain which may give the clue to the insulin resistance.CheersPeter GossGeneral Paediatrician
by P. Goss
Thursday, March 3, 2016
insulin dose administration 0 M. Nasaif I would like to discuss the possibility of splitting regular insulin dose in children with erratic appetite , half the dose 30 minutes before the meal & 2nd half after the meal if the child took the whole meal so by that we will avoid hypos which can follow the regular insulin . as we see in many children that regular working well with children eating small frequent meals combined with long acting insulin analogue .
by M. Nasaif
Thursday, February 25, 2016

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