To prevent Diabetic Ketoacidosis, close monitoring and control of blood sugars, especially during infection, stress, trauma, or other serious illness, is required. Always take the insulin injection on time and contact the doctor, if needed. Diabetic should try to recognize the early warning signs and symptoms of ketoacidosis. They should learn to check the urine ketone as well, than measuring glucose alone. Insulin pump users need to frequently check that the insulin is still flowing through the tubing, and that no blockages, kinks, or disconnections are present. Don’t exercise when your urine tests show ketones and the blood glucose is high. High levels of ketones and high blood glucose levels can mean your diabetes is out of control. Try to follow accurate meals and prescribed medicines on time.