- From ketones + acidosis (Wiktionary)
“Leah, what do you go through physically when you go into ketoacidosis, which is diabetic coma?”
“In type I diabetes people get into a severe, life-threatening diabetic ketoacidosis, which is totally a horse of a different color.”
“Doctors from New York University wrote in The Lancet journal of a 40-year-old woman who developed a dangerous condition called ketoacidosis, a dangerous buildup of acids called ketones in the blood which can lead to patients falling into a coma.”
“All patients with type 1 diabetes can also develop a serious metabolic disorder called ketoacidosis when their blood sugars are high and there is not enough insulin in their body.”
“Novo Nordisk's chief science officer said on Friday the patients, who had type 1 diabetes and required insulin, died from a condition called ketoacidosis, in which sugar in the body is burned into acid, which can induce a coma in patients who go off insulin suddenly.”
“The Los Angeles County coroner has revealed that the troubled heiress, 30, died of diabetic ketoacidosis, which is caused by a lack of insulin and very high blood sugar.”
“• Average hospitalization for Type 2 diabetes patient who develops a life-threatening complication called ketoacidosis:”
“Average hospitalization for Type 2 diabetes patient who develops a life-threatening complication called ketoacidosis: $11,080”
“The result is called ketoacidosis, a severe condition that may put a person into a coma if not treated right away.”
“Left untreated, hyperglycemia can trigger a condition called ketoacidosis, sometimes called diabetic insulin for the body to process blood sugar, so it begins to process fats for fuel instead.”
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