oa Modern Medicine - How to tell when the patient really has hypoglycaemia
|Article Title||How to tell when the patient really has hypoglycaemia|
|© Publisher:||Infixion Media (Pty) Ltd|
|Affiliations||1 Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism at the Rutgers Medical School and Raritan Valley Hospital, Green Brook, New Jersey|
|Publication Date||Jun 1980|
|Pages||45 - 54|
|Keyword(s)||Diagnosis, Hypoglycaemia, Physiology and Treatment|
The initial presentation of reactive hypoglycaemia usually involves symptoms of adrenergic overactivity, such as sweating, tremor, and palpitations, at a predictable period after eating, whereas fasting hypoglycaemia most often has a more gradual onset of fatigue and abnormal CNS function.
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