Auto-Average Insulin Injection Form (Wide Numbered Rows)

Form Description: If you have a diabetic patient, or happen to be diabetic yourself, then it is extremely important to keep track of the date and time of any insulin injections, as well as the blood sugar level, type of insulin injected, amount injected, and where you did the injecting. Make this task as easy as possible by using this Insulin Injection Form. You can either print the form out and fill in all the information by hand, or keep it on the computer as an electronic record. Either way, you will be able to have accurate and complete records of all insulin injections on hand at a moment's notice. This particular edition of the form has been designed with wide, numbered rows to allow you an easier time of filling in the required information, and locating that information again when you need it. In addition, space has been provided for you to enter in an ongoing average of the blood sugar levels and amount of insulin injected by hand, or to have it done automatically if entered electronically.

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