normoglycemia

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nor·mo·gly·ce·mi·a

n. normoglucemia, concentración normal de ázucar en la sangre.
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But there is no evidence that maintenance of euglycemia during labor significandy reduces the incidence of neonatal hypoglycemia.
19] In contrast, others maintain that strict maintenance of euglycemia prevents hyperglycemic coma and chronic and acute complications, and is as important in older patients as in younger persons.
Three women (5%) in the acarbose group switched to insulin therapy, one due to gastrointestinal side effects from acarbose and two because they did not achieve euglycemia on the maximum acarbose dose.
Obtaining and maintaining euglycemia in diabetic patients, however, remains an elusive goal for many, but importantly, the evidence suggests that improving outcome is a continuum, i.
To rapidly achieve euglycemia in pregnancy often requires insulin therapy with daily monitoring of capillary blood glucose.
In addition, an increase in the ratio of fasting proinsulin to insulin in hypoglycemic patients who have difficulty maintaining euglycemia strongly suggests the presence of an islet cell tumor.
Consistency in meal timing and portion size can be tremendously beneficial in maintaining euglycemia.
In such a patient, achieving euglycemia will likely require high doses of insulin, may have little beneficial effect, and may cause weight gain, hypoglycemia, and increased risk of atherosclerosis.
values fabricated to "please" the physician) may be inferred from a regularly "reported" pattern of euglycemia in the face of repeated high hemoglobin [A.
Artal's studies, 41 women who had fasting hyperglycemia (105-140 mg/dL) despite diet therapy were able to maintain euglycemia with moderate exercise three times a week during weeks 28-33 of gestation.
Effects of euglycemia on the outcome of pregnancy in insulin deficient diabetic women.
Other key indicators include mildly elevated office blood pressure measurements (140/90 mm Hg or greater), in an otherwise healthy and active patient with no history of CVD, diabetes, or hyperinsulinemia in the context of euglycemia or mildly impaired glucose tolerance.