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
Windsor, SL4 3SJ
Chertsey, KT16 0RQ
Milton Keynes, MK6 5LR
Croydon, CR9 8AB
Canterbury, CT4 7AR
Harrow, HA1 3RX
London, SE5 9RS
London, E1 4NL
Private hospital run by HCA Healthcare UK
London, SE1 2PR
Maidstone, ME16 0DU