…..to address the low insulin levels, then the glucose levels will rise.
Another nugget you don’t need to remember but might be helpful at a pub quiz. Hyperglycaemia = high blood glucose levels, while Hypoglycaemia is yes you got it = low blood glucose levels. An easy way to remember it is ‘po’ is low in the same way as hypothermia is low body temperature.
Tomorrow we continue reviewing the new recently published Diabetic Emergency Guideline.
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