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Does the tonicity or rate of intravenous fluid infusion affect neurologic outcomes in children with diabetic ketoacidosis?

  • Nicholas Packer (a1), Miles Hunter (a1) and Shawn Dowling (a1)

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Correspondence to: Dr. Nicholas Packer, Department of Emergency Medicine, Foothills Medical Centre (Room C231), 1403-29 St NW, Calgary, AB T2N 2T9; Email: nicholas.packer@ahs.ca

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2.Kuppermann, N, Ghetti, S, Schunk, JE, Stoner, MJ, Rewers, A, McManemy, JK, et al. Clinical trial of fluid infusion rates for pediatric diabetic ketoacidosis. N Engl J Med 2018;378(24):2275–87.
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4.Wolfsdorf, JI, Glaser, N, Agus, M, et al. ISPAD clinical practice consensus guidelines 2018: diabetic ketoacidosis and the hyperglycemic hyperosmolar state. Pediatr Diabetes 2018;19(Suppl 27):155–77.

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Does the tonicity or rate of intravenous fluid infusion affect neurologic outcomes in children with diabetic ketoacidosis?

  • Nicholas Packer (a1), Miles Hunter (a1) and Shawn Dowling (a1)

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