Study Of The Extended Profile And Co-morbidities Of Diabetic Ketoacidosis In The Emergency Department Of A Hospital In New Zealand (2013-2017)
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Study Of The Extended Profile And Co-morbidities Of Diabetic Ketoacidosis In The Emergency Department Of A Hospital In New Zealand (2013-2017)

By: Dr Juan Pablo Meza Budani,
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The DKA cannot be reverted without the use of insulin, and that is why it must be kept intravenously until the illness is corrected, and even also up to two hours after starting treatment with subcutaneous insulin; following these steps the doctor assures that subcutaneously given insulin presents adequate levels in plasma, in order to avoid decompensations. (35).

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  • Format:Hardback
  • Edition:2020
  • Publisher:Mahi Publication
  • Language:English
  • ISBN10:978-93-89339-67-3

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The DKA cannot be reverted without the use of insulin, and that is why it must be kept intravenously until the illness is corrected, and even also up to two hours after starting treatment with subcutaneous insulin; following these steps the doctor assures that subcutaneously given insulin presents adequate levels in plasma, in order to avoid decompensations. (35).

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Dr Juan Pablo Meza Budani

Dr Juan Pablo Meza Budani

(Medical Doctor, Universidad Abierta Interamericana (Buenos Aires, Argentina) Master's Degree in Emergency Medicine, Universidad de La Laguna (Santa Cruz De Tenerife, Spain) Diploma in Advanced Studies, Universidad de La Laguna (Santa Cruz De Tenerife, Spain) Emergency Medicine Certificate, Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (Melbourne, Australia))

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