CASE HISTORY: Ms.vidhyashri 40 years who admitted in a private hospital with dyspnoea, cough, oliguria, past two days. He is recently diagnostic with diabetes mellitus since 2 months. On the day of admission, he was hemodynamically unstable. He found unresponsiveness CPCR initiated intubated and ventilated. ventilator mode on SIMV, Investigations reveals HbA1C 10.6.sr.amylase 54, sr.lipase 107. Blood pressure was little high during hospitalization. Echocardiogram shows 43% ejection fraction, adequate LV dysfunction,moderate PHT,USG abdomenshows mild ascities,edematous wall thickening of gall bladder. He was treated initially with sedation, inj.noradrenaline infusion,and insulin infusion etc.
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