Tutor profile: Jan Oliver B.
Subject: Health and Medicine
What is the half-life of Lantus?
What is the difference between Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) and Hyperosmolar hyperglycemic state (HHS)?
DKA usually develops in younger patients, less than 45 y/o who have no to little insulin production. While HHS develops on older patients. Also, patients with DKA will have high levels of ketones bodies and free-fatty acids due to the breakdown of protein and fats. While, HHS are not ketoacidotic due to a sufficient amount of insulin being produced by the body but not enough to drive the glucose intracellularly.
The biggest part of the human brain is called?
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