The active substance is: glucose (Glucosum anhydricum).
Oral glucose tolerance test: after fasting blood glucose test, 75 g glucose (whole sachet) dissolve in a glass of water (200 - 300 ml), drink within 3 - 5 minutes; the next glucose determination is made after 120 minutes
The state of exhaustion (caused, for example, by high physical effort): you can take a teaspoon to a few teaspoons of glucose (5 - 20 g)
Symptoms of hypoglycaemic sugar decrease: 10-20 g glucose should be taken as soon as possible. 10 - 20g of glucose causes an increase in blood glucose after about 10 - 20 minutes. To avoid a recurrence of a hypoglycaemic event, complex carbohydrates should be consumed and glycemia should be repeated after 60 minutes. In patients treated with intensive insulin therapy, using insulin analogues or during treatment with a personal insulin pump, in case of hypoglycaemia, 15 g glucose should be taken orally and glucose should be checked after 15 minutes. If the low blood glucose level is still present, then you should repeat the glucose administration and check the glucose level after another 15 minutes (rule 15/15)
Best before: See Packaging
Storage instructions: store in cool dry place. Food supplements cannot be used as a substitute of a varied diet or a healthy lifestyle.
Keep out of reach of children. Use only as directed on packaging.
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