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during diabetic ketoacidosis. Cold, clammy skin, irritability, sweating, and tremors are all signs of hypoglycemia.
120. Phenylketonuria Phenylketonuria is an autosomal recessive disorder. Treatment includes dietary restriction of phenylalanine
intake. Phenylketonuria is a genetic disorder that results in central nervous system damage from toxic levels of phenylalanine in
121. Phenylketonuria Phenylketonuria is characterized by blood phenylalanine levels higher than 8 mg/dL. A normal level is lower
than 2 mg/dL. A result of 1 mg/dL is a negative test result.
122. Diabetes An extra snack of 15 to 30 g of carbohydrates eaten before activities such as soccer practice will prevent hypoglycemia.
Six graham crackers or a cup of orange juice will provide 15 to 30 g of carbohydrates. The child or parents should not be
instructed to adjust the amount or time of insulin administration. Meal amounts should not be doubled.
123. Diabetes To help decrease variations in absorption from day to day, the adolescent should use one major site for i...
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