Subcutaneous Insulin for Mild-Moderate DKA

Introduction Traditionally, standard management of DKA includes initiation of regular insulin infusions (with or without use of technology such as EndoTool)in the ED and continued in the ICU. Despite being labor intensive, this method is necessary for when patients present with critical illness*. Subcutaneous insulin has shown efficacy in the non-ICU setting for mild to […]

Review of Factor Products for Hemophilia

  Introduction Hemophilia A is a factor VIII [factor 8] deficiency and hemophilia B is a factor IX [factor 9] deficiency that both result in lifelong bleeding disorders. Plasma-derived Factor Concentrates and Recombinant Factor Concentrates are the two main types of clotting factor concentrates available. Products are classified by properties such as purity and half-life. […]