Diabetes Treatment




Angie Placeres, Registered Dietitian with Baptist Health South Florida, explains the doctor will send patient home with oral medication if it is type 2 diabetes, and will recommend insulin if it is type 1 diabetes.

She points out they also tell them they have to check on sugar, and also they will send them to the certified diabetes educator to be able to get the education they need for meal planning. **************************************************************************************************************************************************************************
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