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Diabetisches Koma

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Der Ausdruck „ Koma“ definiert Bewußtlosigkeit des Patienten. Im Zusammenhang mit Diabetes mellitus können demnach folgende Komaformen unterschieden werden:

  • ketoazidotisches Koma,

  • hyperosmolares Koma,

  • Mischformen,

  • Laktazidose (biguanidinduziert),

  • hypoglykämisches Koma,

  • posthypoglykämisches Koma.

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Irsigler, K., Auinger, M. (1995). Diabetisches Koma. In: Benzer, H., Buchardi, H., Larsen, R., Suter, P.M. (eds) Intensivmedizin. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-97929-3_35

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