Glucose is a food source for the body that increases energy levels. Usually, glucose is prescribed for a decrease in blood sugar, for infectious diseases, for impaired renal function and many other abnormalities in the body. But before starting a course of glucose treatment, consult with a specialist and take general blood and urine tests. When the appropriate appointments are made, proceed with the administration of the drug.
Intravenous glucose solution (drip) must be injected at a rate of 7 ml per minute. Do not put more pressure on the dropper, you should receive no more than 400 ml per hour. The maximum rate of 5% glucose per day should not exceed 2 liters for adults. If the solution has a concentration of 10%, then the rate of administration should be 3 ml per minute, and the maximum daily dose should be 1 liter. Glucose 20% is injected very slowly, about 1.5-2 ml per minute, the daily dose is 500 ml. In any case, you will not be able to inject intravenous droppers on your own, so go to the hospital for the procedure.
Mix 40% glucose with 1% ascorbic acid and inject intravenously. The number of injections and the daily dose must be selected by a specialist.
You can inject the injections yourself. To do this, buy syringes and isotonic solution. Enter fractionally in different places, 300-500 ml per day. Use only hypodermic syringes, ordinary intramuscular ones have a too thick needle and deform the skin to a greater extent.
If you are far from medicine and cannot give injections on your own, then take glucose tablets. Drink them 30-40 minutes before meals, 0.5-1 g per reception three times a day. Do not increase the dose without consulting your doctor, as it could be harmful to your health.
Give an enema if all other methods for some reason do not suit you. Inject up to 2 liters of solution per day (isotonic) into the anus.