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Very low carbohydrate diet and SGLT-2-inhibitor: double jeopardy in relation to ketoacidosis.

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Summary of "Very low carbohydrate diet and SGLT-2-inhibitor: double jeopardy in relation to ketoacidosis."

Diabetic euglycaemic ketoacidosis is a possible adverse effect of sodium-glucose co-transporter-2 inhibitors (SGLT2i). We report a case in which the combination of SGLT2i and a strict very low-carbohydrate diet led to severe diabetic ketoacidosis in a young Caucasian man with type 2 diabetes.

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Name: BMJ case reports
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