diabetic ketoacidosis


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diabetic ketoacidosis

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and the crash of an empty bottle against the back of his aunt's woodshed brought him wide awake, and a single minute later he was dressed and out of the win- dow and creeping along the roof of the "ell" on all fours.
As the dawn grew brighter we withdrew from the win- dow from which we had watched the Martians, and went very quietly downstairs.
One win- dow, glowing a deep murder red, shone squarely through the leaves.
A bestial roaring coming out of an upstairs win- dow would interrupt their talk.
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He looked out of the win- dow, which had a wonderfully clear glass in it, and the trees, the houses, the fields, and the long roads seemed to fly round and round about him till his head swam.
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After working for months to get pediatricians to educate their families about diabetes -- and diabetic ketoacidosis -- Benedetto now is taking her campaign to the schools.
With regard to the case on diabetic ketoacidosis IPE activity this year, we had for the first time three professionals involved and it was a huge success in terms of bringing everyone together to work on a case study.
Patients with diabetic ketoacidosis have a risk of cardiac arrest because of electrolyte imbalance, particularly potassium imbalance.