Diabetes

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btichler
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Diabetes
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2012-10-08 17:03:23
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Diabetes
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  1. What tipe of insuline is Humalog? (onset, peak, duration)
    Fast acting (anagloues)os 5-15min, peak 30-90 duration 3-5
  2. What tipe of insuline is Novorapid? (onset, peak, duration)
    Fast acting (anagloues)os 5-15min, peak 30-90 duration 3-5
  3. What tipe of insuline is Actrapid? (onset, peak, duration)
    Short acting (soluble)os 30-60 peak 2-3 duration 5-8hr
  4. What tipe of insuline is Humalin S? (onset, peak, duration)
    Short acting (soluble)os 30-60 peak 2-3 duration 5-8hr
  5. What tipe of insuline is Insultard? (onset, peak, duration)
    Isophane acting (soluble)os 2-4hr peak 4-10 duration 10-16hr
  6. What tipe of insuline is Humalog I? (onset, peak, duration)
    Isophane acting (soluble)os 2-4hr peak 4-10 duration 10-16hr
  7. What tipe of insuline is Lantus? (onset, peak, duration)
    Long acting (soluble)os 2-4hr peak no peak duration 16-24
  8. What tipe of insuline is Levemir? (onset, peak, duration)
    Long acting (soluble)os 2-4hr peak no peak duration 16-24
  9. Diagnosis of DKA is based on:
    • Signifigant Ketonuria (>++) or blood ketones >3mmol/l
    • Blood Glucose >11mmol/l or known DM
    • Bicarbonate <15mmol/l venous ph <7.3
  10. Rx for IV insuline infusion is
    50 units of soluble insuline made up to 50mls in 0.9% N Saline
  11. DKA inital bm/ketone monitering regime
    hourly first 6 hrs
  12. Aim to reduce Ketones and Glucose by what per hr
    • ketones 0.5mmol/hr
    • BM 3mmol/hr

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