What do you or your child use most often to treat hypoglycemia?
Glucose tablets (DEX4, B-D, etc.)
Glucose gel (MonoGel, Insta-Glucose, etc.)
Juice, soda, or milk
Honey or cake gel
Hard candy (Lifesavers, etc.)
What do you or your child use most often to treat hypoglycemia?Poll dates: April 15 - 22, 2001
Total Votes: 898
Almost two-thirds (64%) of people who responded to this poll treat hypoglycemia with juice, soda, or milk. Commercial glucose tablets are used by about one-fifth (19%). Honey or cake gel, which work well for little kids, are used by only 2%. [Caution: do not give honey to kids younger than one year.] Surprisingly, commercial glucose gels are used by only 1% of people who responded.
The percentages from this poll are identical to those from January 1999Return to the current poll]
Last Updated: Wednesday March 16, 2005 16:36:50
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