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NOTES FROM REGULATION LECTURE--Hypoglycemia—state of insufficient or low blood levels defines as less than 70mg/dLConsequences: irritability, fatique, mental confusion, seizures, unconsciousness, potentially leads to cellular death--Hyperglycemia—state of elevated blood glucose levels, defines as more than 100 mg/dL in a fasting stateConsequences: dehydration, end-organ disease (retinopathy, nephropathy, peripheral nephropathy), macrovascular angiopathy (hypertension, cardiovascular and peripheral vascular disease)NOTES FROM STUDY SESSIONPopulationIntervention going to useComparing proposed intervention to standard interventionOutcomeTimeEBP Steps0.Spirit of Inquiry1.Ask a PICOT question2.Look for best evidence3.Appraise evidence4.Combine evidence with clinical evidence5.Assess the outcome6.Share the outcomeCranial Nerves and FunctionsGlascow Coma ScaleIncreased ICP—first most important sign is change in level of consciousness,
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