Hyperosmolar nonketotic hyperglycemia syndrome or also known as Hyperosmolar Hyperglycaemic State (HHS) is experienced by people who have very high glucose levels or diabetics. This dangerous condition that can be triggered by infection or other diseases is more common in people with type 2 diabetes, but it can also occur in all types of diabetes, especially the elderly. Diabetes is a chronic disease characterized by high blood sugar levels. This disease can cause various complications, and some of them are fatal namely diabetic ketoacidosis and hyperketmolar hyperosmolar hyperglycemia. Although it is relatively less common than diabetic ketoacidosis, this condition has a higher mortality rate, reaching 5-10%. Hyperosmolar nonketotic hyperglycemia can occur when a person's blood sugar level is above 33 mmol / l (600 mg / dl) for a long time and there are not enough drugs to reduce this level. This condition can also occur if the use of diabetes medications is stopped due to swa
If you rarely hear about this condition, it may be because tinea fascist is indeed often diagnosed as another condition that is more commonly heard, such as atopic dermatitis. In fact, tinea fascist is quite common in tropical regions throughout the world and infects women more often than men. Tinea facalis or tinea faciei is a type of dermatophyte fungal infection (tinea) that depends on the host (animal and human) it lives on to survive. Keep in mind, dermatophyte mold spores can live on human skin for more than one year. This fungus can move from one host to another as a method of survival, although he can also live on the ground. Tinea facial means a dermatophyte fungal infection that occurs on human faces, especially women, and can strike at any age. This facial tinea affects hairless areas on the face such as cheeks, forehead, around the nose and eyes. Infections on the hairy areas of the face such as beards, mustaches and sideboards, are known by another term, tinea barbae.