normoglycaemia


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Related to normoglycaemia: normoglycemic

normoglycaemia

(ˌnɔːməʊɡlaɪˈsiːmɪə) or

normoglycemia

n
(Medicine) the condition of having a normal blood sugar level
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1) Despite the advancements in the diagnosis and management of diabetes, achieving normoglycaemia or optimal glycaemic control is still considered challenging.
To avoid glucose variability and to maintain normoglycaemia, evidence-based protocols are implemented to guide clinical care.
Two hundred and fifty six extra non-planned checks were required, 128 of which revealed the subjects as having levels of hyperglycaemia or in the period that decreases to normoglycaemia, and on 19 occasions, they showed levels of hypoglycaemia.
Blood glucose control and diabetic microvascular complication: long-term effects of near normoglycaemia.
Prediabetes is a general term that refers to an intermediate stage between normoglycaemia and overt diabetes mellitus.
The primary goal of diabetes mellitus management is the attainment of near normoglycaemia.
Effect of near normoglycaemia for two years on progression of early diabetic retinopathy, nephropathy, andneuropathy: The Oslo Study.
Patients with insulin resistance have hyperinsulinaemia together with normoglycaemia or hyperglycaemia.
2) Pre-diabetes represents a continuum in the spectrum between normoglycaemia and overt hyperglycaemia.
Preventing type 2 diabetes using combination therapy: design and methods of the Canadian Normoglycaemia Outcomes Evaluation (CANOE) Trial.
The Diabetes Control and Complication trial (DCCT) [7] and UK Prospective Diabetes Study UKPDS [8] have shown that major diabetic complications can be markedly reduced by maintaining near normoglycaemia.