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KETOSIS-PRONE DIABETES MELLITUS
A typical diabetes is a rare form of diabetes mellitus (DM) that presents with diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA). However, in contrast to type 1 DM, patients with atypical DM undergo spontaneous remission and maintain long-term insulin independence. Ketosis-prone type 2 diabetes tends to be more common in older, overweight, non-white people with type 2 diabetes, and DKA may be their their first presentation of diabetes.
HOW IS KETOSIS-PRONE DIABETES MELLITUS DIAGNOSED?
The condition is easily diagnosed because it is typically characterized by the presence of ketoacidosis. The condition is present on four forms based on the presence or absence of β-cell autoantibodies (A+ or A−) and β-cell functional reserve (β+ or β−).
HOW IS KETOSIS-PRONE DIABETES MELLITUS TREATED?
Treatment here includes giving insulin to balance or neutralise the sugar levels. Alongside, it is also vital to monitor the sugar levels strictly and follow a diet that aids in the same. Other medications like blood thinners could be given too.
DID YOU KNOW?
The problem may get out of hand if not monitored or controlled leading to other cardiovascular problems that could prove to be fatal.