Dr. Roger Seheult gives a clear explanation with drawings of diabetic ketoacidosis, which accounts for 135,000 hospital admissions every year in the United States.
What is diabetic ketoacidosis?
What do you test the patient’s blood for?
Is creatinine value increased or decreased in a patient with DKA?
Is the glucose level increased or decreased in a patient with DKA?
In less than 15 minutes, get the answers and never be confused about diabetic ketoacidosis again.