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Related to hyperglycemic: hypoglycemic, Low Blood Sugar


The presence of an abnormally high concentration of glucose in the blood.

hy′per·gly·ce′mic (-mĭk) adj.


a. hiperglucémico-a, que sufre de hiperglucemia, o rel. a la misma.


adj hiperglucémico
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6, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- For hyperglycemic adults with diabetes, a higher frequency of lifestyle counseling is associated with a lower incidence of a composite outcome of death and cardiovascular events, according to a study published online Aug.
These studies will be expanded further and ARPE 19 cells will be used to mimic the damage seen in the retina in hyperglycemic conditions in order to characterise the mitochondrial changes and then test a range of therapeutic strategies.
The participants - 32 obese normoglycemic youth and 23 obese hyperglycemic youth - were similar in age, sex, race, pubertal stage, body mass index and overall fat mass.
Treatment of diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA)/hyperglycemic hyperosmolar state (HHS): Novel advances in the management of hyperglycemic crises (UK versus USA).
Findings show 21% have hypertension and 25% are hyperglycemic. Forty-six percent rated their health as fair or poor.
The plant showed a lowering effect of blood glucose at a significant level (303.86 +- 11.71 mg/dl) by comparing with hyperglycemic untreated group (521.57 +- 17.84 mg/dl).
Beta-cell function (insulin sensitivity paired with beta-cell responses) was assessed by the two-step hyperglycemic clamp at baseline, 12 months (on treatment), and 15 months (3 months off treatment).
(You may think It helps you get to sleep, but it disrupts your sleep cycle and changes your sleep patterns, resulting In poorer sleep quality,) In addition, alcohol can negatively affect your body's metabolic processes: Studies have shown that when you drink alcohol, your body's insulin secretion for other carbs Is abnormal, which promotes a hyperglycemic (high blood glucose), insulin-resistant state.
Non-ketotic hyperglycemic chorea-hemiballismus mimicking basal ganglia haemorrhage.
In a pilot study, patients using the system spent 33 minutes more per day in the ideal glucose range and had one less hyperglycemic event per month.
(9,10) Therefore, hand surgeons may help mitigate health care costs by choosing effective interventions with a focus on decreasing the duration of hyperglycemic events.

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