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What Are The Treatments Of Ketonuria?

If someone has ketonuria from starvation the treatment is giving them something to eat. If a person has ketonuria as a feature of diabetic ketoacidosis the treatment is a little bit of insulin and a lot of hydration. Complicated manipulation of electrolytes also plays a great part of the treatment. It all must be done correctly to bring the patient through. Feel free to treat simple ketonuria as needed. Diabetic ketoacidosis is a emergency medical treatment, and requires removal to a hospital as soon as humanly possible. Continue reading >>

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    There are a number of complications that can develop in long term diabetics.
    One of the earliest complication that can be seen in an Undiagnosed Type I diabetic is Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA)[1].
    In diabetics on treatment, hypoglycaemia is also a common complication that can occur.
    Footnotes
    [1] Causes, Symptoms and Treatment of DKA

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What Do Emergency Doctors And Anesthesiologists Dread The Most With A Critically Ill Patient In The Emergency Department?

The reaction of the mob/relatives in case we aren't able to save the patient despite our best efforts or if we need to refer the patient to higher centre for further treatment. These people just do not understand. Different doctors are specialised to do different kind of work. An emergency doctor is usually qualified only to give basic emergency treatment and the rest has to be taken care of by the concerned specialist. The primary health center or sub district hospital doesnt have needed drugs, ICU, some of the specialists and proper infrastructure. Yes govt has tried providing healthcare to the remotest of corners of India but the facility, doctors and treatment you get at PHC, CHC, district hospital and medical colleges are very different . And yes, saline doesn't cure hypertension, heart attack, Diabetic ketoacidosis, poisoning and electric shock!! Continue reading >>

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    What are the first complications of diabetes?




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    There are a number of complications that can develop in long term diabetics.
    One of the earliest complication that can be seen in an Undiagnosed Type I diabetic is Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA)[1].
    In diabetics on treatment, hypoglycaemia is also a common complication that can occur.
    Footnotes
    [1] Causes, Symptoms and Treatment of DKA

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If A Patient With Diabetic Ketoacidosis Eats 2 Spoonful Sugar, Will He Die?

Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) is a medical emergency, and people in DKA are in a very dangerous situations. They are in no condition to eat two spoonfuls of anything. The blood glucose is very high, and the initial treatment uses small amounts of insulin, and enough saline to really dilute the the blood glucose. In the typical furor of DKA care, it is hard to imagine an five additional grams of glucose doing anything. It would require just a little bit more saline to take care of that amount. Glucose would never be given in the early stages of DKA care. Near the end of the treatment, when the glucose has already come down to about only double the normal level, glucose actually is given to patients in DKA. Continue reading >>

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    There are a number of complications that can develop in long term diabetics.
    One of the earliest complication that can be seen in an Undiagnosed Type I diabetic is Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA)[1].
    In diabetics on treatment, hypoglycaemia is also a common complication that can occur.
    Footnotes
    [1] Causes, Symptoms and Treatment of DKA

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