FPG


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FPG

abbr.
fasting plasma glucose

FPG

abbreviation for fasting plasma glucose.

FPG

Fasting plasma glucose, see there.

FPG

Abbreviation for fasting plasma glucose.

FPG

Abbreviation for fasting plasma glucose.
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To address these issues, we determined HOMAIR, HOMA-[beta], the ability of insulin to limit the change in plasma glucose concentration that occurs in response to a constant infusion of glucose, and the plasma glucose and insulin responses to test mixed meals in 285 apparently healthy individuals whose FPG was <7.
FPG noted its steel plants in Fujian province in China and Ha Tinh province in Vietnam will be ready to meet the fast growing Asian market.
In this study, a high level of HbA1c and FPG was found in both type 2 DM and DF groups, with the latter group having a greater increase as a consequence of poorly controlled glycaemia in these subjects.
ABBREVIATIONS: Alc = hemoglobin Alc; BMI = body mass index; CI = confidence interval, FPG = fasting plasma glucose; HbAlc = hemoglobin Alc; MBG = mean blood glucose; MCV.
The collection's second section, FPG and the Politics of Cultural Mediation, opens with ]aria Ernst's "If me hunt forger one acme de la litterature: FPG Among the Magazines, which details the strategies by which Grew sought publication and influence through correspondence with significant figures such as Andre Gide.
The final FPG request, offering of DISAM's internet based Orientation Course to foreign customers, has now been approved.
The agarose was then covered with 50 [micro]L of either enzyme buffer or FPG (Trevigen, Gaithersburg, MD, USA, stored at -20 [degrees] C before use) in buffer (0.
FPG, a leading outsourced service provider of sales performance management, engaged DCF to explore various strategic alternatives.
On 13 June, Metzger, who joined and has 25 years of IT experience, with 15 years as an information security specialist for IBM, Sun Microsystems and Symantec as their senior solution's specialist and currently he is having the duties to widen FPG by focusing on existing and new customers in Victoria, SA and WA.
FPG executives recently announced the group's determination to shore up the DRAM subsidiaries.
Even in 1979, however, the NDDG noted that "there is no clear division between [those with diabetes] and [those without diabetes] in the FPG concentration or their response to an oral glucose load" and acknowledged that the cutpoints chosen were arbitrary (1).