If you’re a nurse or work in the medical field, then you will likely come across clients who have episodes of hypoglycemia. This is when blood glucose levels are too low. Symptoms vary from person to person and can be mild or severe. In this post, we’ll talk about the warning signs that may show up in your client before they even know what’s happening–signs like increased hunger, thirst, sweating, or shakiness.
Hypoglycemia signs and symptoms vary for each person, so it’s important to be aware of the warning signs that may show up in your client before they even know what’s happening–signs like increased hunger or thirst. When a nurse is administering glucose it can help them recover quickly from this condition instead of waiting until the patient has lost consciousness as was once thought necessary. End with: -Nurse Roles Online Blog (name) Written by Nurse Sally Smith on September 13th, 2019. All rights reserved.” “Warning Signs” Posted at 12:01 pm UTC+0530 (New Delhi time). Last updated at 12:02 pm UTC+0530 (New Delhi time).”