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Warning signs of low blood sugar include:

Kidswho have nocturnal hypoglycemia may have bouts of crying, nightmares, or night sweats (with damp sheets and/or pajamas), and might wake up groggy or with a headache.

When blood sugar levels fall too low, the body releases the hormone adrenaline, which helps get stored glucose into the bloodstream quickly. Paleness, sweating, shakiness, and increased heart rate are early warning signs of this adrenaline release.

More severe symptoms — such as confusion, drowsiness, seizures, and loss of consciousness — may happen i f the hypoglycemia isn't treated and the brain doesn't get enough glucose to work properly.

The only way to know for sure if your child has low blood sugar levels is to test them. Blood sugar levels can be tested with a glucose meter , a computerized device that measures and displays the amount of glucose in a blood sample. However, if the situation makes it impossible or inconvenient to quickly check the blood sugar, it's important to treat your child for hypoglycemia immediately to prevent symptoms from getting worse.

The only way to know for sure if your child has low blood sugar levels is to test them.

Sometimes a child with diabetes may have symptoms of low blood sugar, but the levels are not actually low. This is a called a false reaction . Adrenaline also can be released when blood sugar levels fall rapidly from a high level to a normal level. Testing blood sugar levels before giving treatment for hypoglycemia can help you identify false reactions.

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Also, some kids may learn to fake symptoms of low blood sugar to get a sugary treat or avoid something unpleasant. Again, checking the blood sugar level can confirm the presence of hypoglycemia.

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However, whenever I suspect that a report from a randomised controlled trial has strayed from the path of complete preplanning, e.g., by cutting corners in the follow-up or emphasising some subgroup, I might be the first to cry “beware” [ 5 ]. While the two views on medical research lead to completely different mindsets about subgroups and exploring new findings in data, I do teach and encourage both to young researchers.

Underlying these differences in views are differences in the hierarchy of research designs that apply to different problems. A hierarchy of “strength” of research designs with the randomised trial on top and the anecdotal case report at a suspect bottom has been well known since the 1980s in various guises [ 6 ] and under various names. A typical rendering is shown in New Balance FRESH FOAM CRUZ Neutral running shoes black/grey szMVWUefH0
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Box 1. Hierarchy of Study Designs for Intended Effects of Therapy

The opposing hierarchy ranks study designs in the order in which they give the best chances of discovery and of studying new explanations, and is shown in Box 2 . The entries in the second hierarchy are almost the same, except that the ranking is reversed. The first entry is somewhat enlarged, as anecdotal reports that lead to new ideas comprise not only case descriptions of patients, but may have other sources, e.g., data and literature. Any clinician or laboratory researcher will immediately recognise that this is how new discoveries are made. Odd observations in patients, data, or the literature spark a new idea, and only thereafter do analytic designs come into play.

Box 2. Hierarchy of Study Designs for Discovery and Explanation

A juxtaposition of the hierarchies.

In both hierarchies, there are large gaps of credibility and usefulness between the different levels. For evaluation of intended effects of therapy, the randomised controlled trial stands out, followed at quite a distance by all observational designs. Observational studies of intended effects of therapy suffer from nearly intractable problems of “confounding by indication”. Only very rarely will we believe case reports or series as evidence for therapy, for instance when effects are dramatic [ 7 , 8 ].

For discoveries, the original case reports, lab observations, data analysis, or juxtaposition of ideas in the literature may be so convincing that they stand by themselves [ 7 , 8 ]. In most instances, however, we need other studies to see whether the observation holds. The preferred designs of researchers are case-control studies, or possibly retrospective follow-up studies, because these designs will give the quickest answer for the least effort, and no further evidence may be needed. If at all possible, researchers will use existing data. A truly prospective follow-up study (i.e., involving new data collection and start of follow-up after the formulation of a specific hypothesis) is so huge an undertaking for the study of causes of disease that researchers only begin such investigations when they are really necessary to confirm or refute something important. Randomised controlled trials are rarely used for research to detect or to establish causes of disease, mainly because randomisation is most of the time impossible, but quite fortunately, randomisation is most of the time not needed.

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] can be briefly recapitulated by pointing out the contrast between the investigation of beneficial effects versus the investigation of adverse effects of treatments. Beneficial effects are “intended effects” of treatment. In daily medical practice, prescribing will be guided by the prognosis of the patient: the worse the prognosis, the more therapy is given. This leads to intractable “confounding by indication”. Hence, to measure the effect of treatment, we need “concealed randomisation” to break the link between prognosis and prescription [ 10 ]. In contrast, adverse effects are “unintended effects” of treatment, and are mostly unexpected and unpredictable, which means that they usually are not associated with the indications for treatment [ 11 ]. Thus, there is no possibility of “confounding by indication”, and observational studies on adverse effects can provide data that are as valid as data from randomised trials [ 12 , 13 ]. A straightforward example of an unexpected and unpredictable adverse effect is the development of a rash after prescription of ampicillin in a patient who never used any penicillin derivative or analogue before. The prescribing physician cannot predict this occurrence. Hence, data from routine care in daily practice can be used to study the frequency of such rashes.

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You've got mail!Learn how to talk about the different parts of an email program.

Read the article below and then look at the email inbox below it. You will find out what words should go in the numbered gaps in the article in Task 2 and will answer questions about the inbox in Task 3.

Organise your emails – Save time and make life easier!!! (Task 2)

Most emails that you get go straight to your (1). This is where you decide which emails toread and which to delete. But if your server doesn’t recognise the address of a sender, it will probably put the email inthe (2) mail folder. This is where all those annoying adverts usually go. But sometimes goodemails go there too, so remember to check from time to time.

Do you ever worry because you just deleted an email by mistake? Don’t worry – just look in the (3) folder. It’s probably still there.

Sometimes it can be difficult to find an old email. So why not put them into (4) to makethem easy to find? You can do this for any emails you wrote too – you can find them in (5).

Some people keep hundreds of business cards with people’s email address and phone number. You don’t need todo this – use your (6)as an address book, and it can store all these details for you.

Have you ever found it difficult to finish writing an email? Don’t worry – just save it under (7)and finish it later!

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