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Which signs and symptoms are typical of Hyperglycemic hypermolar non-ketonic coma



A. BS level of 400
B. 65 year old
C. Keytones in Urine
D. BS level of 700
E. 25 year old
F. No keytones in urine

This question is part of MS 3 Practice Test- Diabetes, Shock, MODS, ACLS, Burns and Cancer
Asked by Krispen, Last updated: Dec 05, 2017

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered on May 29, 2017

65 year old
BS level of 700
No keytones in urine

HHNK- BS> 600; more common inindividuals >50 YO with type II diabetes. These pts still produce some insulin so they do not produce keytones in their urine. The other answers are typical of DKA
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