…..breathing develop as the condition worsens. Confusion lowered levels of consciousness, and eventual unresponsiveness follow.
As mentioned previously, where a management plan exists, this should be followed; however, where no plan has been formulated and signs of hyperglycaemia are present, the person should be assessed by a medical practitioner.
Tomorrow is our final look at the new diabetes guideline focusing on what to do when unsure if the person’s blood glucose levels and high or low.
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