Diabetes in critically ill patient

Critically ill patients are at a higher risk of developing diabetes due to the stress on their body. Hypoglycemia, or low blood sugar, is a common complication of insulin therapy in critically ill patients with diabetes. Malnutrition, Infections can exacerbate diabetes in critically ill patients and lead to poor outcomes. Sepsis is a common complication which can lead to organ failure and increase mortality. Medications commonly used in critically ill patients, such as corticosteroids, can worsen glucose control in patients with diabetes. Critically ill patients with diabetes may require insulin pump therapy or continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) to manage their blood sugar levels effectively.

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Dr. Swati Panbude

Assistant Professor,Biochemistry,Datta Megha Institute of Medical Sciences, Wardha

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