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Diabetic Ketoacidosis is a presentation that only occurs in type 1 diabetics?
In DKA the absolute, or severe relative deficiency of insulin, leads to an inability of glucose to move intracellularly. With the knock on effect of enhanced hepatic gluconeogensis and glycolysis?
In DKA patients will normally present with high total body potassium levels?
Hyperglycaemic Hyperosmolar State (HHS) occurs more slowly than DKA and is associated less frequently with mental state changes?
A Cochrane review in 2013 showed a superiority of Hartmanns over Normal Saline in the treatment of DKA?
The Joint British Diabetes Society Inpateint Care Group in 2013 stated that a venous blood gas was appropriate to assess the acid base status in DKA?