During our last Sports Emergency Care White Paper Session, session leader Mike Cendoma, MS, ATC reviewed practical application of the NATA Position Statement on Management of the Athlete With Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus. Here are three critical components of the discussion that all athletic trainers should consider when developing protocols:
- Emergency action plans should include a hypoglycemic protocol that is based on individual care plans. Individual care plans should include exclusion criteria and insulin adjustments developed by a medical team.
- When blood glucose concentration is < 100mg/dL (5.5mmol/L) before exercise athletes should ingest about 30g of carbohydrates. This can be accomplished by ingestion of:
- 1/2 peanut butter sandwich (1 slice whole wheat bread + 1 tbls peanut butter) + 1 c of milk, or
- 6oz light yogurt + 3/4 c berries, or
- 1 english muffin + 1 tsp low-fat tub margarine.
- Visit Glucagon On the Go to download free apps to help practice injection techniques and manage Glucagon Kits.
Here is what your colleagues are saying about Sports Medicine Concepts’ FREE Sports Emergency Care White Paper Sessions:
- “I Love Your White Paper CE Sessions!”
- “Great practical information in a concise time frame”
- The presentation addressed some issues that my AD and I will need to think about when amending our EAP”
Why don’t you plan to join us January 25, 2016 for our discussion on Hemo/Pneumothoracic Injuries in Athletics? Space is limited for these FREE sessions so Click Here Now to see the session schedule and register today!
Pragmatic Concussion Policy and Management Practices
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Here is sample of what your colleagues said following completion of our last session:
- “I appreciate that this is an advanced level program and not just another basic review”
- “This course is excellent!”
- “In my 25 years of practice, this is in my top ten list of educational programs”
- ” I have never before had the foundations of concussion concepts explained in such great detail and with such expertise”
- “I didn’t have to miss travel or work”
Plan to join our next session: Monday, March 14 – Thur, March 17, 2016. Space is limited so Click Here Now to learn more and register today!
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