How to Treat Diabetic Ketoacidosis?

There are several ways to treat ketoacidosis which include :

Insulin therapy:   It helps to regulate blood sugar levels and prevent ketoacidosis from occurring.

Glucagon:   It helps to raise blood sugar levels. It can be used as an alternative to insulin therapy in some cases of ketoacidosis.

Sodium bicarbonate:   It can help to neutralize the acids in the blood. It's sometimes used along with insulin therapy to treat ketoacidosis.

Fluids and electrolytes:  IV fluids and electrolytes are often used to treat dehydration and low blood sugar levels associated with ketoacidosis.

DKA protocol:   It includes monitoring blood sugar levels, administering insulin, and giving IV fluids and electrolytes if needed.

By controlling our blood sugar levels well, we can reverse diabetes and avoid complications like diabetic ketoacidosis.