Question: Trauma and BGL. Is it imperative, at a traumatic event, when no signs of hypoglycemia where evident (e.g. guy on a bike hit by a car) to do a blood glucose reading even when a decreased LOA is present. Generally, does stressful events such as this not trigger a sympathetic response which would elevate the reading anyway? I understand if someone was acting different prior to such events. If BGL reading is to be done, when would the MAC feel it most appropriate to obtain, immediately or after package and in the truck? Thanks.