Being prepared for severe hypoglycemia is an important part of diabetes management. This involves the person talking with their doctors about the signs and symptoms of low blood glucose and the actions to take. As a family member, friend, or caregiver, you want to do your best to keep your loved one, friend, or patient safe from severe hypoglycemia. But knowing what’s best can be overwhelming. Here are some resources to help. Remember severe hypoglycemia is preventable!
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