normoglycaemia

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normoglycaemia

(ˌnɔːməʊɡlaɪˈsiːmɪə) or

normoglycemia

n
(Medicine) the condition of having a normal blood sugar level
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The ideal diabetic diet aims not only to maintain euglycaemia, but to ensure normal growth, development and lipid levels.
Taking into consideration that the lactate level was at the upper limit of the normal range, her euglycaemia, a fetus appropriate for gestational age, recent corticosteroid exposure and a high AG ketoacidosis, we considered that SKA was the most likely diagnosis.
She was treated with insulin, up to a maximum of 25 units per day, to maintain euglycaemia during pregnancy.
Hyperglycaemia was reduced in 15 diabetic patients treated with bromocriptine resulting in euglycaemia. [6] One randomized clinical trial of bromocriptine was conducted in 13 obese diabetic patients by Wasada et al.
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.
Endogenous glucagon helps in maintaining euglycaemia by stimulating glucose production via hepatic glycogenolysis and gluconeogenesis when plasma glucose declines to subnormal levels.
glucose production but is also essential for maintenance of 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. [24] Excessive compensatory vagal activation after the counter-regulatory phase may be responsible for the bradycardia and arrhythmias.
All patients required insulin treatment to maintain euglycaemia. Figure 1(a) shows the stable blood glucose levels throughout the observation period.
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.