Causes, management and morbidity of acute hypoglycaemia in adults requiring hospital admission.

Abstract

In the community, acute hypoglycaemia is commonly caused by therapies for diabetes mellitus or the excessive consumption of alcohol. Although most episodes do not require admission to hospital, little information is available on the causes and outcome of those that do. We retrospectively surveyed adult patients admitted to a large urban teaching hospital… (More)

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@article{Hart1998CausesMA, title={Causes, management and morbidity of acute hypoglycaemia in adults requiring hospital admission.}, author={Simon P Hart and Brian M. Frier}, journal={QJM : monthly journal of the Association of Physicians}, year={1998}, volume={91 7}, pages={505-10} }