Saturday, February 06, 2016
training : diabetes cme/ce online education : self-monitoring blood glucose : quiz
Self-Monitoring of Blood Glucose
Quiz for CE Credit
a) Patient’s hemoglobin and cholesterol levels.
b) Temperature, humidity, altitude.
c) Patient’s medications.
d) Peritoneal dialysis.
e) Lancets, alcohol wipes, and test strips patient use.
f) B and E
g) All of the above.
a) Improving overall well-being and health related quality of life.
b) Improving patient satisfaction with their treatment and health care provider.
c) Reducing the AICs of people in the first 6-12 months of their diagnosis and treatment.
d) Decreasing severe morbidity and all-cause mortality in patients with diabetes.
e) All of the above.
a) Encourage people to bring the meter to their appointment and check to see if the meter is working properly and if it is being used properly.
b) Encourage people to keep a log that includes blood sugar, food and meds.
c) Help patients set goals that are realistic, based on their needs.
d) Give clear and consistent messages about when to test.
e) Teach patients how to respond to highs and lows.
f) Teach patients to meter with a purpose and look for glucose patterns.
g) All of the above.
a) Have symptoms of hypoglycemia.
b) Have infections, are travelling, or are under stress.
c) Are undergoing adjustments in medication, medical nutrition therapy (diet), and/or physical activity.
d) Are experiencing worsening hemoglobin A1C values.
e) Are pregnant or planning to become pregnant.
f) All of the above.
a) Hypoglycemia alone.
b) Hypoglycemia and exercise only.
c) Hypoglycemia, meal(s), snack(s), and exercise.
d) Hypoglycemia and meal(s) only.
a) SBGM weekly, one test, before and after an event.
b) Start SBGM 1-3 times daily for 2 weeks, before and after an event.
c) Do not recommend SMBG until she is progressed to oral medication therapy in addition to diet and exercise.
d) Do not recommend SMBG until she is progressed to insulin therapy in addition to diet and exercise, and/or oral medications.
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