EMS responds to the home of an unconscious, unresponsive female patient. Initial assessment finds…

EMS responds to the home of an unconscious, unresponsive
female patient. Initial assessment finds the patient presenting with
Kussmaul-respirations at 40/min. The ECG monitor shows sinus tachycardia at a
rate of 120 beats/min (Figure 11–1). Skin is warm and dry, and the patient has
a fruity odor on her breath. Her blood pressure is low. This patient is
presenting with classic signs and symptoms of:

a. Insulin overdose

 b. Ketoacidosis

 c. Metabolic alkalosis

d. Respiratory acidosis