FBG


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FBG

abbr.
fasting blood glucose

fasting blood glucose

; FBG blood glucose level following fasting, i.e. > 14 hours without food; two consecutive FBG recordings of > 6.7 mmol/L is diagnostic of diabetes mellitus (note: some authorities consider that the cut-off point diagnostic of hyperglycaemia is 5.9 mmol/L); see random blood glucose
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She said Farming Connect's services saw a sharp increase in demand after the first two FBG application windows.
FBG level by glucose oxidase peroxidase method, using fully automated EM 360 Biochemistry analyzer/colorimeter.
Continuous variables (Age, FBG, PBG, HbA1c, and PFT parameters) were presented as mean [+ or -] standard deviation.
The reduction of FBG in this study is primarily related to above discussed reasons; however, different ethnic groups have a disparate response that can be attributed to difference in serum zinc absorption and HbA1c% reduction.
5 pm) concentrations at the participants' addresses--estimated over different time windows up to 1 month before the visit--and FBG levels among nondiabetic participants.
This study discusses clinical and biochemical parameters (age, gender, BP, BMI, serum ADMA, TGs, TC, FBG, etc.
Because of their good flexibility and durability, immunity to electro-magnetic interference (EMI), and ability to be embedded in composites, FBGs have potential for extending the application of AE detection to the structural health monitoring of composites [4, 5].
Therefore, the next step is to design FBG for each user in order to design a monitoring system for this PON network.
In a general point of view, let us consider the case of a FBG embedded in a host material that submits it to a three-dimensional (3D) thermomechanical stress field.
significant increase in FBG, HbA1c, MPV, PDW and CRP in diabetic male and female patients in comparison with control.
On conclusion, the cinnamon group was found to have significant reductions in HbAlc and FBG as well as triglyceride levels when compared with baseline, whereas no such effect was observed in the placebo group.
As explained by FibreMax, the FBG is an optical sensor residing within the core of a standard, single-mode optical fiber using spatially varying patterns of intense UV laser light.