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Paper Chase 1: Isolated Hyperglycemia is Not Acutely Dangerous

Nate Finnerty, MD and Rebekah Richards, MD
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Discharge glucose in patients with moderate to severe hyperglycemia was not associated with repeat ED visit for hyperglycemia or hospitalization at 7 days. Attaining a specific glucose goal before discharge in patients with hyperglycemia may be less important than traditionally thought.

 

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