Endocrine emergencies.

@article{Savage2004EndocrineE,
  title={Endocrine emergencies.},
  author={Mark William Savage and Peak Mann Mah and AnthonyP. Weetman and J. P. Newell-Price},
  journal={Postgraduate medical journal},
  year={2004},
  volume={80 947},
  pages={
          506-15
        }
}
Diabetic and endocrine emergencies are traditionally treated by the acute medical admitting team or accident and emergency department staff. Most will see diabetic emergencies on a regular basis, as they are common and both type 1 and type 2 disease are increasing in prevalence. Diabetic emergencies are usually easily treated and the patients discharged. However, it is vital not to become complacent as these disorders can lead to death. It is particularly important to follow local guidance and… CONTINUE READING

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