Maturity-onset diabetes mellitus is described as:
a. A condition caused by viral infections (like German measles and mumps) and
characterized by hyperglycemia and polyuria.
b. A condition which results from an individual's reduced sensitivity to the effects
produced by insulin.
A type of diabetes characterized by rapid onset of the signs of diabetes.
d. A type of diabetes in which insulin is no longer produced in the body.
Juvenile-onset diabetes mellitus is treated by:
a. Oral hypoglycemic agents.
b. Strict diet plans.
Surgery and strict diet plans.
d. Injections of insulin.
Insulin is commonly available in the following concentrations.
a. 10 units per milliliter and 50 units per milliliter.
b. 40 units per milliliter and 100 units per milliliter.
50 units per milliliter and 100 units per milliliter.
d. 100 units per milliliter and 250 units per milliliter.
The duration of action of PZI Insulin is:
a. 18 hours.
b. 24 hours.
d. 48 hours.