normoglycaemia

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normoglycaemia

(ˌnɔːməʊɡlaɪˈsiːmɪə) or

normoglycemia

n
(Medicine) the condition of having a normal blood sugar level
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Hyperglycaemia was reduced in 15 diabetic patients treated with bromocriptine resulting in euglycaemia.
Lower insulin requirements may be observed in patients on quinine therapy, but a glucose-insulin infusion may be required to maintain euglycaemia and prevent starvation ketosis.
Fuel metabolism during exercise in euglycaemia and hyperglycaemia in patients with type 1 diabetes mellitus--a prospective single-blinded randomised crossover trial.
In all pregnant women, insulin requirements increase during this period and healthy pregnant women maintain euglycaemia by increasing its production.
Although fasting glucose concentrations were not different in both the groups, the fasting insulin concentrations were higher in PCOS women than controls indicating that higher insulin levels were required to maintain euglycaemia.
A recent evaluation in insulin-treated T2DM using this technique has shown a greater frequency of hypoglycaemia-induced bradycardia and atrial and ventricular ectopic counts during the night ascompared with the day, and compared with periods of euglycaemia.
Euglycaemia was achieved during labor and prior to elective caesarean section, by intravenous insulin via an infusion pump together with intravenous dextrose at a rate of 10 g/h, using 10% solution.
Through this regimen, the exercising patients maintained euglycaemia (A normal level of glucose in the blood) and did not require insulin.
In addition, some studies even found that euglycaemia was identified as a risk factor for poor outcomes, although their definitions of euglycaemia were different (6,16).
The sweets which are offered to children usually contain 8 to 10 times more sugar than a ordinary cup of coffee, hypothetically necessitating an intense hyperinsulinaemia to maintain euglycaemia.
Some advocate that vanadium causes decrease in plasma glucose levels until euglycaemia is achieved in hyperglycaemic subjects24 while others suggest that it causes even hypoglycaemia and lowers plasma glucose beyond euglycaemia.
The minimal daily requirements for postoperative TPN are 90 to 100 kcal/kg/d, 3 g/kg/d of protein, 3 to 4 g/kg/d of intravenous lipids and dextrose to maintain euglycaemia.