Lecture Overview

Diabetic ketoacidosis is a serious medical emergency and should be avoided at all costs. But, do you know how to prevent it? In this short and sharp refresher on DKA, learn the warning signs of this state and what to do if someone presents in DKA. A must-watch for all health professionals.


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Peta Tauchmann

Peta Tauchmann has worked as a diabetes educator since 1998. In 2003, she established a private practice in diabetes education in Brisbane and, in 2015, she was endorsed as a nurse practitioner. Professionally, she enjoys a range of activities, working in her own community-based clinics and contributing to local and national projects designed to improve the care of people with diabetes. She enjoys working in an area of healthcare that is meaningful, constantly changing and intellectually stimulating. See Educator Profile


6 Total Rating(s)
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Emma Gorton
20 Jun 2018

Good general overview of diabetic ketoacidosis and its management

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Rita edbrooke
31 May 2018

Excellent presentation by confident and knowledgeable facilitator

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Lily Francis
30 May 2018

Good refresher

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Kelly Bidlake
30 Apr 2018

Great info, thank you

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Jenna He
05 Apr 2018

A good presentation that helps me to reflect on my practice

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Rebecca Moore
19 Feb 2018

Very informative

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Emma Mincher-Jones
02 Sep 2017

Very informative and well documented. Heaps of information to note and pass on.

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Jennifer soutar
26 Aug 2017

Interesting and informative

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Total Rating(s)  6
First Published24 August 2017
Updated24 August 2017
Expires 19 July 2018
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