hrp0095p1-538 | Multisystem Endocrine Disorders | ESPE2022
de Assis Galan Camila
, Isabel Scheidt Maria
, Cristina Pedroso de Paula Leila
, Vanessa de Lima Silva Elis
, Simão Medeiros Leonardo
, de Oliveira Poswar Fabiano
Capillary hyperglycemia in critically ill infants is a situation with numerous interfering factors, from acute illnesses to concomitant use of medications and may or may not be a manifestation of endocrinological urgency. Clinical case: Female patient, 2 months old, with failure to thrive, hepatomegaly without cholestasis, polyuria and compensated metabolic acidosis. On admission, capillary blood glucose levels above 200 mg/dL were measured even without concomitant use of cort...