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Propylene Glycol In The Treatment Of Ketosis

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  1. Helotron3000

    I feel like I'm menopausal! Its like the fat is literally burning off.

  2. ohbananagrams

    I'm having the opposite problem - I'm freezing all the time! Hmmm

  3. ereandir

    Also cold all the time, unless I've just eaten a big meal. And even those are becoming less effective. Best way for me to warm up is drinking a cup of broth.

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Diagnosis And Treatment Of Ketosis And Hypoglycaemia

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  1. Renee McCrory

    Prolonged high blood sugar levels can cause swelling in the brain -- cerebral edema. Children are more susceptible, but adult cases have been documented, according to Elliot J. Crane, MD, Departments of Pediatrics and Anesthesiology, Stanford University Medical Center. Other complications include organ damage from low blood pressure, heart attack and kidney failure.

  2. Phyllis Stewart

    This happens to me frequently. 600 will not kill you. You can go the the ER, and they will push high volumes of IV fluids and give you IV insulin. Doesn’t take long. The sooner you go, the easier it will be on you. Twice in two weeks, my readings were more than 600. You note that 600 is the highest reading available on meters, which is silly. For three days each time, I bolused 25 units in my pump every four hours. The first time, it finally took. The second, I became symptomatic which involved dehydration, lots of urination, etc. I found out that there are certain very simple sugars that will drive my glucose up very rapidly and very high. Now, no more problems

  3. Ryan P. Long

    Coma and death. 600 mg/dL is nearing the threshold of diabetic coma. Anyone in that situation should seek emergency medical treatment at their nearest hospital.

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Research-article Clinical Diagnosis And Treatment Of Ketosis

Abstract Ketosis afflicts lactating dairy cattle of all ages, increasing during peak production years. It may occur two to three weeks prepartum to four months Postpartum.Common symptoms are diminished appetite, decreased milk, nervousness, profuse salivation, unnatural gait, licking themselves, grasping hard objects and damaging mouth, becoming explosively excited and unmanageable. clinically, animals reveal lack of alertness, eyes lack luster, rumen is hard and partially empty and noisy, feces are abnormally firm, and urine is clear, showing characteristics color responses to the Ross modification of the Rothera test. Stress factors may cause ketosis such as high production indigestion, milk fever, partial starvation, metritis, mastitis, and ovarian cysts Treatment for ketotic animals varies depending on conditions. Intravenous injection of dextrose is the author's standard treatment. Orally administered propylene glycol after initial use of dextrose or glucocorticoids has given excellent results. Intravenous or intramuscular cortisone has given extremely variable results. Intravenous or intramuscular adrenocorticotropin has given excellent results in prolonged ketosis, preceded Continue reading >>

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    What are the potassium level abnormalities associated with DKA (during diagnosis and treatment.)

  2. ahassan

    During DKA, the total body K is low bcz of osmotic diuresis, BUT the serum k conc. is raised bcz of the lack of insulin action, which allows k to shift out of the cells. So hyperkalemia.
    During treatment, k is shifted into the cells, which may lead to profound hypokalemia n death if not treated, so during therapy you have to adjust KCL conc. depending on blood K levels.

  3. tomymajor

    In DKA--> K level may be high or normal so we dont add k from the start of ttt
    But : In HHNKC---> K level is low from the start so we give k from start of ttt

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