normoglycaemia


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Related to normoglycaemia: normoglycemic

normoglycaemia

(ˌnɔːməʊɡlaɪˈsiːmɪə) or

normoglycemia

n
(Medicine) the condition of having a normal blood sugar level
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[14,17,22] A 10% dextrose infusion should be commenced to maintain normoglycaemia, and fingerprick glucose testing should be done 30 minutes after HIET is started and hourly thereafter.
"During a 12-year followup, most of older adults with prediabetes remained stable or reverted to normoglycaemia, whereas only one-third developed diabetes or died," the researchers said.
In the study IN CONTROL real time CGM increased time spent in normoglycaemia and reduced severe hypoglycaemia in adult patients with type 1 diabetes and impaired awareness of hypoglycaemia, compared with self monitoring blood glucose (30).
or till the child attained normoglycaemia. Hyperglycaemia was defined as blood glucose > 140 mg/dL.
Prediabetes is recognized as an intermediate stage of hyperglycaemia, between normoglycaemia and overt diabetes mellitus.
Several studies have shown that a lower number of islets can be used to reach normoglycaemia in diabetic animals in the cases of cotransplantation with MSCs [21,22].
Although (SUA) level in the prognosis of our diabetic ischemic patients had not any effect, Shuolin Wu showed that low SUA levels could predict the short-term poor functional outcome in acute stroke cases with normoglycaemia compared with diabetic or prediabetic cases [30].
As the objective of insulin therapy is to mimic the normal physiological release of insulin in order to establish normoglycaemia, variability in the effect of insulin will give rise to an unpredictable therapeutic response resulting in inadequate glycaemic control and increased risk of hypoglycaemia.
To avoid glucose variability and to maintain normoglycaemia, evidence-based protocols are implemented to guide clinical care.
Two hundred and fifty six extra non-planned checks were required, 128 of which revealed the subjects as having levels of hyperglycaemia or in the period that decreases to normoglycaemia, and on 19 occasions, they showed levels of hypoglycaemia.
It has been found that NAFLD is characterized by clinical and laboratory data that is similar to diabetes and obesity; for example, it has been characterized by impaired insulin sensitivity and abnormalities in lipid metabolism, even in the presence of normoglycaemia and normal or moderately increased body weight [12].
Blood glucose control and diabetic microvascular complication: long-term effects of near normoglycaemia. Diabet Med 1992; 9:697-705.