Hypoglycemia, which occurs independently of any exogenous insulin therapy, is a very rare clinical event and is characterized by low plasma levels of glucose, stimulation of the sympathetic nervous system and CNS disorders. Many medications and diseases can lead to hypoglycaemia. Blood tests at the time of the occurrence of symptoms or during a 72-hour sobriety phase necessary for the diagnosis. The therapy consists of a glucose load in combination…

September 3, 2018