By David G. Marrero Ph.D., Robert M. Anderson Ed.D., Martha M. Funnell M.S., Melinda D. Maryniuk M.ED.
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As educators, we are in a unique position to enhance every area of our patients’ lives. I’m glad that I made that promise that day and hope you will make it, too. When Age Becomes a Factor by Geralyn Spollett, nurse, New Haven, CT I had an elderly Italian gentleman in my practice for many years. He was in his late 70s when the following incidence occurred. ” He then usually changed the subject and moved on to other concerns. ” This time I asked him about Mama’s unhappiness and the cause for it, expecting to hear that she was not well or depressed.
A ringing phone meant a critically ill child. I am a pediatric endocrinologist. Since 1978, I have cared for youngsters with diabetes. I’ve also worked with adults, as a researcher, teacher, and advocate. When I answered the telephone on that night, the emergency department resident told me that a nine-month-old baby named Cameron had been rushed to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles in a coma. Cameron’s blood sugar was 10 times higher than normal. No one in the emergency department had ever seen such a high number.
I decided that the first thing I had to do was to eat healthy. But how? I love chocolate and the idea of giving it up made me miserable. I knew that recently I had gained weight and that I needed to start exercising. I thought to myself, “I can do this. ” At my age and weight I knew this must be type 1, which meant there was only one choice. I was going to have to take insulin. There was no getting around it. I thought about all of this on the drive home. As soon as I arrived, I washed my hands and measured my blood glucose again, it was 172 mg/dl.