What is the onset, peak and duration of action for NovoRapid insulin according to Bullock, S., & Manias, E. (2017). Fundamentals of pharmacology (8th ed.)? b) When should NovoRapid be administered in relation to food and why? Support your answer with academic references.
Question 3. (10 marks) a) Define hypoglycaemia b) What causes hypoglycaemia? c) What are the symptoms of hypoglycaemia? d) How is hypoglycaemia treated? Support your answer with academic references.
Question 4. (5 marks) a) What is the most appropriate insulin pen needle length for Sarah? b) Why is this length appropriate? Support your answer with academic references.
Question 5. (10 marks) Why does Sarah require a blood glucose level (BGL) test prior to an insulin injection? Support your answer with academic references.
Question 6. (5 marks) a) What is an appropriate site on Sarah’s body to inject the NovoRapid insulin? b) What injection angle is appropriate for Sarah? c) Why are these appropriate for Sarah? Support your answer with academic references.
Question 7. (5 marks) a) When would Sarah’s BGL need to be tested after administration of NovoRapid? b) Why would a BGL be required at that time? Support your answer with academic references.
Question 8. (10 marks) Discuss the daily physical challenges of living with type 1 diabetes that Sarah may face. Support your answer with academic references.
Question 9. (10 marks) Discuss potential emotional impacts of living with type 1 diabetes that Sarah may face. Support your answer with academic references.
Assessment Questions Question 1. (10 marks) Explain why Sarah has been prescribed insulin. Relate to the pathophysiology of type 1 diabetes and the mechanism of action of insulin. Support your answer with academic references. Question 2. (5 marks) a)
Language Use (5 marks) Sentences are well constructed, expression and meaning is clear, basic written language rules are followed. Referencing and in-text citations (5 marks) The APA referencing style is used correctly for both in-text citations and reference list. The assessment must comply with the following: – Students must respond to each of the questions provided using academic writing – question/answer format using full sentences and paragraphs. – An introduction and conclusion are NOT required. – Please type your responses on the template provided in the assessment tab on vUWS. – The assessment has double-spaced lines. Arial 12 size font. 3 cm left and right margins 7 – Referencing must be presented in APA 6, according to Citing Resources and References in this learning guide. https://library.westernsydney.edu.au/main/sites/default/files/cite APA.pdf; – Every answer should have in-text references. In-text references should be throughout the answer and not only at the end of a whole paragraph. – No initials of authors’ first name are used in the in-text references. – Reference list is on a new page. References are listed in alphabetical order based on the first author’s surname. – Hanging indent has been used in the reference list. – Title of text book and name of journal and volume is in italics. – Every in-text reference matches with a reference in the reference list. – Only references used in the in-text references should appear in the reference list. –
There is a word limit of 1000 words. Use your computer to total the number of words used in your assignment. – The questions provided in the template and the reference list are not included in the word limit. – In-text citations will be included in the additional 10% word count. If you exceed the word limit by more than 10% the marker will stop marking at 1100 words. – Academic references include journal articles, textbooks and reports from professional organisations such as The Australian Diabetes Educators Association. – High quality academic references are current (within 5 years) and specifically relevant to type 1 diabetes or insulin administration.
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