hypoglycaemic


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Related to hypoglycaemic: hyperglycemic, Hypoglycemic shock
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Adj.1.hypoglycaemic - of or relating to hypoglycemia; "hypoglycemic agents"
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hypoglycaemic

hypoglycemic (US) [ˌhaɪpəʊglaɪˈsiːmɪk] ADJhipoglucémico
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hypoglycaemic

, (US) hypoglycemic
adj (Med) symptomshypoglykämisch (spec), → Unterzuckerungs-; personhypoglykämisch (spec), → an Unterzuckerung leidend
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United States-based Xeris Pharmaceuticals has dosed its first patient in a phase two trial with its developmental ready-to-use glucagon in patients who experience hypoglycaemic episodes following bariatric surgery, it was reported on Friday.
The researchers said that this regenerative capacity of snail slime and the fact that diabetes is characterised by damage of the pancreatic beta cells may give credit to the blood sugar-lowering (hypoglycaemic) effect observed in Costus afer methanol leaf extract and snail slime for possible drug formulation for anti-diabetic remedy.
Caregivers aware of hypoglycaemic symptoms recognize it faster and initiate adequate measures to prevent morbidity.
Comparative evaluation of hypoglycaemic activity of some Indian medicinal plants in alloxan diabetic rats.
Madam, Metformin is a biguanide oral hypoglycaemic agent approved as first line therapy for type 2 diabetes mellitus.
Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), in particular fluoxetine, have been associated with hypoglycaemia, reduced awareness of hypoglycaemic episodes, and increased insulin sensitivity in patients with DM (3,4,5,6,7).
Evidence suggests that medical alert assistance dogs can help to reduce hypoglycaemic events by alerting owners when their blood glucose levels drop.
Mohseni, "Autophagy in insulin-induced hypoglycaemic neuropathy," Pathology, vol.
Hypoglycaemic episodes occurred in 109 (33.4%) infants.
One of the patients I treated in my first stint in A&E was a middle-aged woman in a hypoglycaemic coma.