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Type 1 Diabetes (Juvenile Diabetes): Diagnosis

by Brian Alverson, MD
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    The lecture Type 1 Diabetes (Juvenile Diabetes): Diagnosis by Brian Alverson, MD is from the course Pediatric Endocrinology.


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    1. Pseudohyponatremia
    2. Low serum potassium
    3. Non-gap metabolic acidosis
    4. Low levels of acetoacetate in the blood
    5. High serum insulin level
    1. A random blood sugar level of > 200mg/dl
    2. A random blood sugar level of < 200mg/dl
    3. An HbA1c level of > 5.4%
    4. A 2 hr after breakfast blood sugar level of > 140mg/dl
    5. A fasting blood glucose level of > 100mg/dl
    1. The excess level of H+ ions in the serum move into the cells and K+ ions move out of the cells
    2. The excess level of glucose molecules in the serum move into the cells and K+ ions move out of the cells
    3. The excess level of bicarbonate molecules in the serum move into the cells and K+ ions move out of the cells
    4. K+ ions leave the cells to maintain osmolality of serum
    5. total body potassium level is not depleted

    Author of lecture Type 1 Diabetes (Juvenile Diabetes): Diagnosis

     Brian Alverson, MD

    Brian Alverson, MD


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