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Paper Chase 4: DKA and Cerebral Edema

Sanjay Arora, MD and Mike Menchine, MD
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Sanjay and Mike discuss more acronyms. This time we're talking about cerebral edema in kids with DKA. It's rare but are fluids responsible? Maybe a new study with a new acronym will give us a clue.

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Randy C. -

The "dove of which you (Sanjay) speak" is the "canary in the coal mine." At least I think that's the phrase you were looking for. ;)

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