Wilderness Medicine Case Study 28
You are on a two-week canoe trip in the boundary waters in late April with an insulin-dependent diabetic friend, Amy. After four glorious fall days, the weather turns. At the end of a day filled with intermittent rain and head winds, you notice that during Amy is acting a bit lethargic as you pull into camp for the evening.
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