Quiz: What Do You Know About Diabetic Ketoacidosis?

Romesh Khardori, MD, PhD


December 03, 2015

The most common scenarios for DKA are underlying or concomitant infection (40%); missed or disrupted insulin treatments (25%); and newly diagnosed, previously unknown diabetes (15%). Other associated causes make up roughly 20% in the various scenarios.

For more on the etiology of DKA, read here.


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