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Question: 2Risk factors for hypoglycemia in hospitalized diabetic patients include all the following EXCEPT:A.Increasing of steroid doses without appropriate increase in insulinB.Abrupt changes in renal statusC.Poor coordination of insulin administration and food deliveryD.Use of sulfonylureas in combination with basal insulinAnswer: AExplanation:Increasing of steroid doses without appropriate increase in insulin is likely to lead to hyperglycemia, nothypoglycemia. Tapering steroid doses without appropriate reductions in insulin is a risk forhypoglycemia in hospitalized patients.
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Identified risk factors for hypoglycemia in hospitalized patients include:
Question: 3Which of the following statements is TRUE related to the use of a-glucosidase inhibitors?

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Term
Fall
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Tags
Diabetes, Blood sugar

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