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Type 2 patient on insulin having hypos, over treating then rebounding hyper’s effecting target achievement

Kamlesh Khunti, Leicester General Hospital, UK

The case

Jennifer Lowe, who is 72 years old, lives with her husband. Her daughter and 2 grandchildren live nearby. Jennifer is a retired bus driver

She is obese (BMI 43) and has type 2 diabetes for 24 year-s

Last year she was hospitalized due to a STEMI and she had a primary angioplasty and stent to her right coronary artery.

The last months she keeps having late morning hypoglycemias so has booked an appointment to see her DSN.

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