Question 1 of 23

The two most common reasons that adult patients present to emergency departments with hypoglycemia are:

Diabetes and alcohol use.

Diabetes and liver failure.

Diabetes and sepsis.

Liver failure and sepsis.

Liver failure and alcohol use.

The two most common causes of hypoglycemia are secondary to insulin treatment and alcohol use. Hypoglycemia can be classified into two main groups: spontaneous or induced. The blood glucose level at which symptoms occur is usually less than 50 mg/dL.