A diabetic patient receives insulin aspart, 4 units SQ at 12:30 pm for meal coverage. The nurse would most likely see signs of hypoglycemia at what time?


•Insulin aspart is rapid-acting and has an onset of 15 minutes, a peak of 1-2 hours, and a duration of 3-4 hours.

•Hypoglycemia is most likely to occur during peak concentration.

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