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Insulin sensitivity factor or correction factor

Insulin sensitivity factor or correction factor
Nicole Thomas

A ratio that many people with Type 1 Diabetes use to calculate how much insulin to give to lower an elevated glucose back to target. For example, if a person has an insulin sensitivity factor of 50, they would give 1 unit of insulin to lower their glucose by 50 points.

 

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