Definition of Insulin shock

1. Noun. Hypoglycemia produced by excessive insulin in the system causing coma.

Exact synonyms: Insulin Reaction
Generic synonyms: Shock
Terms within: Hypoglycaemia, Hypoglycemia



2. Noun. The administration of sufficient insulin to induce convulsions and coma.

Medical Definition of Insulin shock

1. A severe condition that occurs when the level of blood glucose (sugar) drops quickly. The signs are shaking, sweating, dizziness, double vision, convulsions, and collapse. Insulin shock may occur when an insulin reaction is not treated quickly enough. See: hypoglycaemia. (09 Oct 1997)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Insulin Shock

insulin coma treatment
insulin dependent diabetes
insulin hypoglycaemia test
insulin infusion systems
insulin injection
insulin like growth-factor-binding protein 4
insulin like growth factor
insulin lipoatrophy
insulin lipodystrophy
insulin pump
insulin reaction
insulin receptor
insulin receptor protein-tyrosine kinase
insulin receptor substrate-1 protein
insulin resistance
insulin shock (current term)
insulin shock therapies
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insulin unit
insulin zinc suspension
insulinaemia
insulinase
insulinases
insulinemia
insulinemias
insulinlike
insulinogenesis
insulinogenic
insulinogogue

Literary usage of Insulin shock

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1. First Aid Book (1993)
"insulin shock results when there is a shortage of sugar relative to the amount of ... The signs and symptoms of insulin shock are as follows: • The victim ..."

2. Ring Around the Rosie . . . ! by Gyeorgos Ceres Hatonn (1995)
"... purely and simply insulin shock. Some of you old timers in the medical halls of input can remember that along with electric shock treatment for mentally ..."

3. The Oxford Medicine by Henry Asbury Christian, James Mackenzie (1920)
"insulin shock is a good example of this group. They will not be included in this discussion. THEORIES OF THE ETIOLOGY OF SHOCK For a long time it was not ..."

4. Dangerous Minds: Political Psychiatry in China Today and Its Origins in the by Robin Munro, Geneva Initiative on Psychiatry (2002)
""Clinical Observations on 2663 Cases of insulin shock Treatment," Chinese Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases, no. 1,1960, pp. 19-24; Bao Zhongcheng et ..."

5. Pocket Guide to Babysitting by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"Injury-related shock, commonly referred to as traumatic shock, is decidedly different from electrical shock, insulin shock, and other special forms of shock ..."

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