The Portland Protocol

The Portland Protocol is a finely tuned set of orders for intravenous insulin infusions in hospitalized patients, for use both in the intensive care units and on the wards. The Portland Protocol has been in use since 1992 and it has been successfully used at institutions throughout the world to control hyperglycemia. Since that time The Portland Protocol has been repeatedly modified and honed to provide what we believe is the tightest, most efficient, and safest tight glycemic control of any insulin protocol available.