IV Fluids at Room Temperature Trigger Hemolytic Anemia in Diabetic

IV Fluids at Room Temperature Trigger Hemolytic Anemia in Diabetic

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IV Fluids at Room Temperature Trigger Hemolytic Anemia in Diabetic

Progressive hemolytic anemia — the rupture and gradual depletion of red blood cells — caused by cold agglutinin disease (CAD) was triggered in a man with diabetes being treated at a hospital with intravenous fluids, according to a case report. The man was admitted to the hospital due to diabetic ketoacidosis, a potentially life-threatening complication in which the body starts to break down fat too quickly. His case highlights that CAD “should be considered in…

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