救急救命士が病院到着前に測定した患者の血糖値とその病態の検討 [in Japanese] Evaluation of Blood Glucose Level and Condition Measured by Emergency Life-Saving Persons before Hospital Arrival [in Japanese]
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We investigated the relationship between blood glucose level measured by emergency life-saving persons and patient's condition. The blood glucose measurement by emergency life-saving persons was carried out according to the prepared criteria. Some patients, despite blood glucose levels were less than 50 mg/dl, it was recognized that disturbance of consciousness was mild. On the contrary, patients with blood glucose levels above 50 mg/dl were sometimes admitted to moderate consciousness disturbances. There are several problems with the current protocol, and it seems that it is necessary to instruct the emergency life-saving persons to comply with the protocol.
麻酔と蘇生 55(1), 17-20, 2019-03-01