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Joint British Diabetes Societies (jbds) For Inpatient Care Group

The Joint British Diabetes Societies (JBDS) for Inpatient Care group was created in 2008 to ‘deliver a set of diabetes inpatient guidelines and proposed standards of care within secondary care organisations’, with the overall aim of improving inpatient diabetes care through the development and use of high quality evidence based guidelines, and through better inpatient care pathways. The JBDS – IP group was created and supported by Diabetes UK, ABCD and the Diabetes Inpatient Specialist Nurse (DISN) UK group, and works with NHS England, TREND-UK and with other professional organisations. The 2017 Rowan Hillson Inpatient safety award For information about this click here Guidelines The guidelines produced by the JBDS – IP group (including those planned for the future) are listed below and for those already published click the live link on the date to view: No Guideline Date 1 Hospital management of hypoglycaemia in adults with diabetes March 2010 1a Hospital management of hypoglycaemia in adults with diabetes - revised - second edition 2013 Sept. 2013 2 The management of diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) in adults March 2010 2a The management of diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) in adult Continue reading >>

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  1. klir_2m

    Keto urine smell temporary?

    On my third day of keto the strong smell kicked in and was around for day 4 too. Now in day 5 the smell is gone. My macros have been ok. Is this normal?

  2. cheguevarac

    i think that the smell of ketones in ur piss should not be temporary thing... as long as ur body is in ketosis state then there will be ketones in ur piss thus givin off that bad smell.. also it might take longer than 5 days for your body to go into ketosis maybe 10 days dependin on how much carbs u r eating.. if u r at 0 carbs maybe somewhere from 6-10 days before ur body goes into ketosis but always depends on the person and how much carbs u were eating before startin the diet, cardio such...
    u can also get keto strips from pharmacy to see if u have ketones in ur piss.
    also something else might have gave off that smell for that day. for me if a eat a can of tuna my piss will wreak of it for a while..

  3. carbotoo

    the smell will come and go - you'll get a strong whiff everytime you eat carbs. this alone is proof positive that you are in the ketonic state so don't run off and buy strips imo. it's the only actual sign that i got, along with a weird taste in my mouth (and fatloss and muscle gain). good luck and congrats!

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Joint British Diabetes Societies Hyperosmolar Hyperglycaemic State Guidelines Group3

CURRENT TOPICS The management of the hyperosmolar hyperglycaemic state in adults with diabetes: a summary of a report from the Joint British Diabetes Societies for Inpatient Care AR SCOTT1 ON BEHALF OF THE JOINT BRITISH DIABETES SOCIETIES FOR INPATIENT CARE2 AND THE Abstract The Joint British Diabetes Societies for Inpatient Care have recently provided guidance on the management of hyper- osmolar hyperglycaemic state (HHS), a medical emergency which differs from diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) through higher mortality and potential for complication by my- ocardial infarction, stroke, seizures, cerebral oedema and central pontine myelinolysis (the latter possibly precipi- tated by rapid changes in osmolality during treatment). DKA presents within hours of onset, whereas HHS devel- ops over many days, and its associated dehydration and metabolic disturbances are more extreme. A different therapeutic approach is required for HHS than for DKA. The key points in these guidelines are: Monitoring of the response to treatment: • Measure or calculate serum osmolality regularly to monitor the response to treatment • Aim to reduce osmolality by 3–8 mOsm/kg/h Fluid and insulin a Continue reading >>

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  1. Binti1962

    Does it matter when to test blood ketones?

    Just received a new blood ketone meter and the strips are arriving today so I haven't used it yet. Does it matter when I test? There were no guidelines with the meter. Thanks!
    Sent from my iPhone using Diabetes Daily

  2. jwags

    I bought a ketone meter several years ago. I would test in the mornings once or twice a week. The strips are very expensive. I finally gave up because my ketone level was always very low, even doing a Ketogenic diet.

  3. furball64801

    Are you on a ketogenic diet to see if you are burning fat. You can get urine sticks that would do about the same job and are cheaper. I used those 45 yrs ago before I became diabetic and lost 10 lbs but was only 170 at the time.

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Uk Vs Usa Guidelines For Treating Diabetic Emergencies

Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) and hyperglycemic hyperosmolar state (HHS) are life-threatening complications of diabetes. UK and USA guidelines for treating diabetic emergencies have some important differences and further research is needed to define the best approach. Diabetes is a common and important medical condition in which the body either cannot produce or becomes insensitive to the hormone insulin. There are two main types of diabetes – Type 1 in which the body’s own immune system attacks the pancreas cells which make insulin, and Type 2 in which body cells become insensitive to insulin, or the pancreas is unable to produce sufficient amounts. Insulin allows body cells to absorb glucose from the circulation, providing them with the energy source they need to function. In people who have diabetes, blood glucose levels rise because glucose is not absorbed into cells – this is called “hyperglycemia”. If left untreated, in the long-term, hyperglycemia can cause damage to the blood vessels and affect organs such as the kidneys and eyes. In the short term, diabetic hyperglycemia may lead to the development of serious chemical imbalances in the body. In type 1 diabetes, sin Continue reading >>

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  1. HighCaliber

    Hello Community,
    I have something weird going on here and I can't put my finger on it.
    I am getting a lower left & right back pain and can't explain it. It is a dull pain and would register at about a 1 out of 10 on a pain scale. As my signature states below, pain calls attention to something that is unhealthy.
    I have been rather active lately and have been on Animal-Pak vitamins. However, I also have been drinking a LOT of water for the past two weeks, about 1.5 to 2 gallons a day. (I weigh 311Lbs.) I guzzle H2O at the gym.
    Aah, I don't want to even think this is a kidney related issue from being low carb for only 12 days now. Don't beat me up for even mentioning that its relation to my SKD. I have been eating STRICTLY and maintaining a sub-20 carb intake per day. I feel amazing and have lost about 11 pounds so far.
    Sorry for the rant, just needed to vent some steam about this nagging issue.
    I just downed 32oz of H20 while writing this post and I'm hoping for the best.
    Thank you all,
    Note: I have not carbed up yet, I originally started the BFFM style of carb ups for training and every third day nevertheless I was gaining/maintaining too much fat so I discontinued that regimen in September of 2007.

  2. PyroBurns

    I get this too sometimes, and I think it might be because of.... uh... issues going number two for me (sorry for the TMI). I imagine my intestines being too full and pushing on my kidneys. Maybe that could be it?

  3. PSMF

    IMO don't drink more then 1 gallon of water, start taking lots of electrolytes in your drinking water and then report back.
    See Morton salt substitute and Morton light salt for cheep source of potassium chloride and sodium chloride and iodine. Start eating red meat for zinc.

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