The most dangerous of all the possible consequences of the use of insulin is a diabetic coma in the form of diabetic ketoacidosis. In this case, the drug is administered every 15-30 minutes, first with a short action, then with a prolonged form. If it is necessary to reduce the dosage, the patient is prescribed a low-carbohydrate diet, in which everything, including complex carbohydrates, are consumed in limited quantities. All foods that can provoke or exacerbate allergies are excluded from Celebrex pills, these include:
In exceptional cases, an overdose can lead to nocturnal diuresis and enuresis, an increase in appetite and weight, morning hyperglycemia. It is important to remember that allergies can have serious consequences for the body, so it is important to undergo a thorough examination before taking the drug and choose the right type of insulin.
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They rarely occur in people over 60 years of age. Allergic reactions usually develop in the first 1-4 weeks of insulin treatment, less often immediately after the start of insulin therapy. If a systemic reaction occurs (urticaria or Quincke's edema), signs of inflammation are usually observed at the injection site.
Skin manifestations of insulin allergy are observed in 8-10% of patients, generalized urticaria occurs in OD-0.4% of cases, anaphylactic shock is very rare. The generalized reaction is manifested by weakness, fever, urticaria, itching, joint pain, dyspeptic disorders, angioedema. Rare cases of unusual allergic reactions are described, characterized by a slow, gradual development, a feverish state with the onset of pulmonary edema, which disappears after insulin is discontinued. Rarely, Arthus-type allergic reactions with aseptic necrosis of the subcutaneous tissue at the injection site also occur.