bolus insulin

(prandial or mealtime insulin) An extra amount of insulin taken to cover an expected rise in blood sugar during or after a meal or snack. It can also be taken when blood sugar is high.
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Bolus insulin

A dose of insulin given to cover an expected rise in blood glucose (such as the rise after a meal or a snack) or to lower a high blood glucose down to target range.
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Bolus insulin

the insulin that is released when food is eaten. A bolusis a burst of insulin that is delivered by injection or by the insulin pump to `cover` a meal or snack or to correct for a high blood glucose level.
Found on https://www.joslin.org/info/diabetes_glossary.html
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