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n. normoglucemia, concentración normal de ázucar en la sangre.
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Short-acting and intermediate-acting insulins should be used in combination, and in the mornings and afternoons as necessary and appropriate; these parameters should be adjusted accordingly to achieve euglycemia.
The root cause of the metabolic syndrome is insulin resistance, a condition in which the pancreas increases insulin secretion to compensate for the decreased ability of insulin-sensitive tissues to perform insulin-stimulated glucose uptake to maintain euglycemia (1).
Mice receiving IL-7 tended to have a faster onset and more pronounced level of euglycemia or mild hyperglycemia than the buffer-treated control mice; this was most obvious at late time points, suggesting an enhanced anti-tumor response.
The goal of treatment in patients with type 2 diabetes is euglycemia.
Studies have shown that progression of diabetic nephropathy can be halted and possibly even partially reversed with euglycemia.
The patients continued this diet until they achieved euglycemia, which took between 3 and 12 weeks.
Efficacy, as measured by the proportion of time spent with normal glucose levels, or euglycemia, is being assessed using continuous glucose monitoring.
The recently published findings of the Normoglycemia in Intensive Care Evaluation and Survival Using Glucose Algorithm Regulation (NICE-SUGAR) (1) trial have dramatically changed clinician attitudes toward the achievement of euglycemia in intensive care unit (ICU) patients (1).
Insulin supplements, unlike most other drugs, are not taken on a predetermined schedule, but recommended to be administered whenever needed to sustain euglycemia or normal glucose levels.
Aggressive intravenous fluids were required to keep plasma glucose levels within normal limits during her initial 48 hours of hospitalization, with a gradual return to euglycemia.
The key to achieving euglycemia through exercise is adequate duration and intensity.
Clinically, both pancreas allografts had immediate function, maintaining euglycemia, and demonstrated mild to minimal preservation injury based on the serial serum amylase and lipase determinations.