Hyperosmolar coma occurs in people with type 2 diabetes. Very high blood glucose levels develop due a combination of illnesses, the presence of dehydration and poor compliance to diabetes medication. This condition is further characterized by very low blood sugar levels without ketosis. This condition is life-threatening and should receive medical attention immediately.
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Private hospital run by BMI Healthcare
Bury St Edmunds, IP33 2AA
Private hospital run by Spire Healthcare
Horley, RH6 0BB
London, SW10 9NH
Enfield, London, EN2 8SD
Lancaster, LA1 3RH
Carmarthen, SA33 5NT
Birmingham, B15 2QQ
Orpington, BR6 7RG
Goring-by-Sea, BN12 5AT
Dundee, DD2 1LJ