normoglycemia


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nor·mo·gly·ce·mi·a

n. normoglucemia, concentración normal de ázucar en la sangre.
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Hormonal interplay during sleep promotes normoglycemia which is disrupted by sleep deprivation.
If the lifestyle intervention is insufficient to maintain normoglycemia, pharmacological management would be used.
9] Because of its multifactorial pathogenesis and progressive nature, restoration of normoglycemia is difficult to achieve and requires multiple antidiabetic drugs in additive manner with different mechanism of action.
have shown that nanoparticles (NPs) coated with type 1 diabetes (T1D)-relevant peptideMHC (pMHC) complexes can restore normoglycemia in diabetic animals by blunting the diabetogenic autoimmune response without impairing systemic immunity.
Material and Methods: Adults of either gender aged 20 years and above comprising 63 subjects with hyperglycemia and 63 controls with normoglycemia were consecutively inducted in the study.
1c] with MCH, MCV, and erythrocyte count decreased in the order normoglycemia > prediabetes > diabetes.
6 mmol/L considered as normoglycemia and glycated hemoglobin (HbA) of < 5.
7,13) AR has no significant role in glucose metabolism under normoglycemia conditions.
2012) between a long term lifestyle intervention and occurrence of remission from type 2 diabetes to prediabetes or normoglycemia Denham To study the care available 182 et al.
DM1 patients submitted to simultaneous pancreas-kidney transplantation (SPKT) can restore normoglycemia and renal function, which are two concurrent ways to decrease AGE deposition: reducing AGE formation and increasing their renal elimination.