Type 1 diabetes, formerly known as juvenile diabetes, is a chronic autoimmune condition that occurs when the body makes little to no insulin. the result is uncontrolled blood glucose (sugar) levels. type 1 diabetes is treated with insulin. ketones in the blood can cause diabetic ketoacidosis (dka)..
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Your blood glucose is more than 240 mg/dl persistently, especially if you have symptoms of dka. most diabetics have glucose >240mg/dl frequently. (continue to check for blood ketones every 4-6 hours). you are feeling ill. (continue to check for blood ketones every 4-6 hours.) you have signs of dehydration. your blood sugar increased too much.