normoglycaemic


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normoglycaemic

(ˌnɔːməʊɡlaɪˈsiːmɪk) or

normoglycemic

adj
(Medicine) having or denoting normal blood sugar levels
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Normoglycaemic babies were transferred back to the mother and started on breast feeds.
Considering the analysis of EE in the BGL estimations, of the total number of estimations made by the group, only 30% comprised accurate guesses, 13% of which corresponded to real normoglycaemic BG levels, 7.
A cross sectional study was done on patients with known DM Type 2 and normoglycaemic individuals.
Thus, patients with T2DM having autoimmune aspects are increasingly recognised, on the basis of the existence of circulating antibodies against b-cells,7 which leads to a reduction in the number of b-cells because autopsy studies of adults with DM suggest a greater than 50% reduction in b-cell mass compared with normoglycaemic adults.
Glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonist treatment reduces beta cell mass in normoglycaemic mice.
This study aimed to explore the postprandial effect of meal duration on metabolism and appetite in obese, normoglycaemic women.
Effects of regular walking on cardiovascular risk factors and body composition in normoglycaemic women and women with Type 2 diabetes.
Antidiabetic and toxicological evaluations of naringenin in normoglycaemic and NIDDM rat models and its implications on extra-pancreatic glucose regulation.
Reduce the metabolic demand by treating fever actively; start nasogastric feeds if infants are too tachypnoeic to feed and ensure the infant remains normoglycaemic.
Patients who were normoglycaemic at the time of presentation but had history of diabetes or were taking insulin or oral hypoglycaemics were also labeled as diabetics.
Hypoglycaemic and antidiabetic activity of acetonic extract of Vernonia colorata leaves in normoglycaemic and alloxan-induced diabetic rats.