Published in AIDS Weekly, April 11th, 2005
"Blood pH was 6.96, serum bicarbonate 5 mM/L, plasma glucose (PG) 33.0 mM/L, and urine heavily positive for ketones. She responded to standard treatment and was established on twice-daily subcutaneous insulin," scientists writing in the journal Diabetic Medicine report.
"Four months later her insulin was stopped because of hypoglycaemic attacks on small doses. A glucose...
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