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Re: [IP] Ketones - DKA

jan hughey wrote:
> Isn't Natalie's description below the difference between Ketosis and
> Ketoacidosis? Type 2's cannot get DKA. Clue me in. I really don't know
> everything. ;)

Basically yes. Type 2's CAN go into DKA, but it's uncommon. The
definition is whether the blood Ph has fallen low enough to be acidotic.
I don't know offhand what the exact cut-off is. 
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