DKA


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DKA

Abbreviation for diabetic ketoacidosis.

DKA

abbreviation for diabetic ketoacidosis.

DKA

Diabetic ketoacidosis, see there.

DKA

Abbreviation for diabetic ketoacidosis.

DKA

Abbreviation for diabetic ketoacidosis.
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Measurement of plasma D-lactate is important in predicting the severity of DKA as characterized by acidosis and high anion gap and monitoring DKA progression.
6) IHK'sal olarak cogu vakada tumor hucreleri DKA, desmin, h-kaldesmon ile pozitif reaksiyon verir.
Other signs and symptoms of DKA include abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting.
Although the clinical findings of AKA are very similar to DKA, differentiation is based on the patient's history of diabetes or alcoholism and the plasma glucose concentration on admission.
DKA can cause fetal and maternal mortality during pregnancy and usually occurs in the second and third trimester due to increased insulin resistance (1).
Essentially, both involve dehydration but DKA also includes a metabolic acidosis due to ketone production.
Rare pre adolescence Thin patient Obese (85% of cases) Family history absent or of type 1 Family of history of T2DM (45 - DM 80% cases) High-risk ethnic group No features of insulin resistance Features of metabolic syndrome: (although can be overweight) (hypertension, hypercholesterolaemia, acanthosis nigricans, NAFLD, PCOS) Frequent ketosis and severe Mild DKA possible; 33% with acidosis ketonuria C-peptide low C-peptide higher or recovers Two or more +ve antibodies May have low positive anti-GAD (anti-GAD, anti-IA2, anti-ICA) as additional risk
Sosyoekonomik duzey, diyabet suresi, DKA atagi, duzenli kontrol, psikolojik durum ve vucut kitle indeksi (VKI) ile HbA1c arasinda anlamli iliski oldugu gosterildiginden, bircok ulkede metabolik kontrolun iyi olmasini saglamak amaci ile her hastaya medikal tedavi ile beraber egitim, bilinclendirme ve motivasyon uzerine yogunlasma girisimleri yapilmaktadir (9,11).
DKA happens when blood glucose levels are high (hyperglycaemia) and causes nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, rapid breathing and, if left untreated, may lead to coma and death.
Diabetes UK Scotland said type-1 diabetes was often only diagnosed af ter DKA had developed.
Hope was admitted to hospital with DKA (diabetic ketoacidosis), a serious complication of diabetes that can lead the body to start breaking down stored fat as an alternate energy source.