Pediatric Hypoglycemia

Description :

Deficiency of glucose in the bloodstream of children is known as pediatric hypoglycemia. It is most common clinical problem in neonates and less common in infants and toddlers, and it is rare in older children. Insulin-treated type 1 diabetes is the most common mild or severe hypoglycemia in childhood. The glucose is considered as main source of fuel for the brain and child body. 70 to 140 milligrams oer deciliter is the normal range of blood glucose. The symptoms include Shakiness, Dizziness, Sweating, Hunger, Headache, Irritability, and Pale Skin.