Aundrea S Loftley

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Glucose control in the hospital setting is very important. There is a high incidence of hyperglycemia, hypoglycemia, and glycemic variability in hospitalized patients. Safe insulin delivery and glucose control is dependent on reliable glucose meters and monitoring systems in the hospital. Different glucose monitoring systems use arterial, venous, central(More)
Thyroid storm is a complication of thyrotoxicosis with a 20% to 30% mortality rate characterized by hyperthermia, tachycardia and altered mental status. Rarely, thyroid storm may have an apathetic presentation. The authors present a 63-year-old woman with apathetic thyrotoxicosis and hypercalcemia. The action of thyroid hormones stimulating bone resorption(More)
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