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- To understand emerging adults’ perceived impact of a
SHE (in general) and NG on their engagement in social
activities and distress, and to better understand
emerging adults’ perceptions of preparedness and
protection with NG.
- Emerging adulthood for people with type 1 diabetes
(T1D) is a period marked by changes in both daily life
and diabetes management that present challenges and
- Worrying about severe hypoglycemia (SH) during
emerging adulthood may affect behaviors,3 while the
psychosocial impact on social lives or distress in
emerging adults from a potential severe hypoglycemic
event (SHE) is unclear.
- Nasal glucagon (NG) may help alleviate perceived
psychosocial impact of potential SH and be associated
with greater perceptions of preparedness and
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Psychosocial Impact of Severe Hypoglycemia and Perceptions of Nasal Glucagon in Young Adults with Type 1 Diabetes
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