glycaemia


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glycaemia

(ˌɡlaɪˈsiːmɪə) or

glycemia

n
(Medicine) the presence of glucose in blood
[C20: from glyco- + -aemia]
glycaemic, glycemic adj
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The absence of metabolic decompensation, and/or presence of clinical features of insulin resistance, may prompt use of non-insulin drugs to control glycaemia, reduce insulin requirement, and modulate body weight.
This indication also refers to specific sections of the label for study results with respect to combination with other diabetes medications, effects on glycaemia control, cardiovascular events and the populations studied.
Diabetes mellitus type 2 (fasting glucose [greater than or equal to]126 mg/dl or glycaemia two hours after glucose load [greater than or equal to]200 mg/dl);
Ramadan also provides an opportunity to maintain glycaemia besides helping in having discipline in life.
Contract notice: Provision of test strips for determination of ketonemia and glycaemia (bolus calculator).
16] Proper counselling prior to conception and proper control of glycaemia in preconception period can reduce the incidence of congenital anomalies.
The role of the kidneys in glucose homeostasis: a new path towards normalizing glycaemia.
2007), or if necessary, doing further self-analysis, through daily, frequent registering of capillary glycaemia, with the adequate amount of measurements a day being 5 to 7 among individuals at risk (Cox, Gonder-Frederick, Antoun, Cryer, & Clarke, 1993; Gil Roales-Nieto & Vilchez Joya, 1993; Martin Vaquero, Barquiel Alcala, Puma Duque, & Lisbona Catalan, 2009).
The mechanisms of chronic glycaemia as a cause of increased risk of lower limb amputation are well-known, namely, impaired wound healing, neuropathy and higher risk of infection.
In the context of diabetes, this means that Hajjis are at increased risk of both hyper and hypo glycaemia and increased morbidity and mortality from diabetes itself as well as inter current illness.
Further routine analyses were carried out: sedimentation, hemogram and peripheral blood smear, urea, creatinine, transaminases and bilirubin, glycaemia, and CRP.