Test you wealth of knowledge on Diabetic Emergencies. 15 Questions
Pale, clammy skin
Elevated blood pressure
Decreased respiratory rate
A severed spinal cord
A swollen or deformed lower extremity.
Food intake with glucose therapy.
Medication with charcoal intake.
Medication to stimulate the liver with fat intake.
The need for glucose with the available insulin supply.
Type I diabetes.
Type II diabetes.
Type III diabetes.
Adult sugar disorder.
Eating a regularly scheduled meal
Unusual exercise or fatigue
On the tongue of a conscious patient.
On the tongue of an unconscious patient.
Between the cheek and gum of a conscious patient.
Between the cheek and gum of an unconscious patient.
Bouts of depression.
Drinking to satisfy continuous thirst.
Glucose and carbon dioxide
Glucose and fatty acids
Ketones and fatty acids
Less than 50
Less than 60
Less than 70
Less than 80
More than 40 if clinically indicated
Less than 40 if clinically indicated
Same as adult
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