11.04.2009

Sugar

I don't know what the role of hypoglycemia in resuscitation is; all I know for sure is that both patients I've taken care of with an initial FSG reading of 'lo' that had an associated cardiac arrest didn't survive, even if the problem was addressed. Ideas? Maybe there's something to candy, after all.

4 comments:

Laura said...

From a fascinated layperson (who hopes she doesn't become gradually hypochondriac by learning more about the bizarre maladies afflicting people every day), thanks for what you do. Both the writing and the stuff you write about doing. I am so grateful for "modern medicine" in the abstract, technological sense but even moreso for the people who learn and practice the medicine at great personal cost.

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宋瑞正宋瑞正 said...

One swallow does not make a summer...................................................

吳沛黃以富民 said...

Necessity is the mother of invention..................................................................