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Also called the “correction factor”. This estimates the amount that blood glucose is lowered by injecting 1 unit of a rapid-acting insulin. This can vary for each person and is related to how resistant a person is to insulin. This information can be used to create a “correction scale” that gives information on how much insulin to take for various ranges of high blood glucose levels.

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