Consider Subcutaneous Insulin to Manage DKA

You’ll hear renewed debate about the optimal insulin regimen for treating diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) in adults.

A recent retrospective study suggests that subcutaneous insulin, instead of IV, reduces ICU admissions...with no difference in hypoglycemia.

This adds to other limited data suggesting subcutaneous insulin is safe and effective for mild to moderate DKA.

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