A split regimen of regular insulin at dinner and NPH insulin at bedtime reduced nocturnal hypoglycemia in type 1 diabetes

Kudva, Yogish C.
November 2002
ACP Journal Club;Nov/Dec2002, Vol. 137 Issue 3, p89
Academic Journal
Discusses research being done on the effectiveness of a split regimen of regular insulin at dinner and neutral protamine Hagedorn insulin at bedtime in reducing nocturnal hypoglycemia. Reference to study by C.G. Fanelli and colleagues, published in the April 2002 issue of the journal 'Annals of Internal Medicine'; Information on the study population; Intervention administered to the patients.


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