euglycemic

eu·gly·ce·mic

(yū'glī-sē'mik),
Denoting, characteristic of, or promoting euglycemia.
Synonym(s): normoglycemic

eu·gly·ce·mic

(yū'glī-sē'mik)
Denoting, characteristic of, or promoting euglycemia.
Synonym(s): normoglycemic, euglycaemic.
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The CHMP's decision was based on analytical similarity data, metabolic assays, and euglycemic clamp data in type 1 diabetes patients for demonstration of similar PD and PK response.
Data submitted as part of the Marketing Authorization Application included analytical similarity data, metabolic assays, euglycemic clamp data in type 1 diabetes patients for demonstration of similar PD and PK response, as well as robust clinical endpoint studies in patients with Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes comparing Semglee with the reference product, insulin glargine to demonstrate similar safety, efficacy and immunogenicity up to 52 weeks.
It could also mean whether the anthropometric parameters increasing during prediabetes/diabetes do not return to normal values even after reaching euglycemic status on treatment.
8 It can be a logical treatment for pregnant females as it produces the euglycemic state by improving insulin sensitivity, reducing hepatic gluconeogenesis and increasing peripheral glucose uptake and utilization.
Peripheral insulin sensitivity was assessed in both groups using the euglycemic glucose clamp technique during an insulin infusion rate of 40 mU/m(2) per min.
These differences were observed in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) in a 26-hour euglycemic clamp study.
All neonates fulfilling the inclusion criteria were enrolled in the 'study group' while 'control group' consisted of euglycemic babies matched for age, weight, gestational age and clinical status.
There have also been reports of acute kidney injury, euglycemic diabetic ketoacidosis, increased risk of lower extremity amputations, and bone fractures with SGLT2 inhibitors (DeSantis, 2017).
Compared with euglycemic patients, those with either moderate or severe hyperglycemia were older, more often female, more commonly reported an antecedent history of ischemic stroke, dyslipidemia, and hypertension, had higher heart rates at admission, and had a greater prevalence of cardiogenic shock, acute stroke, low eGFR (< 30 ml/min), and depressed LVEF (< 40%).
Weighted effects of bromocriptine treatment on glucose homeostasis during hyperglycemic versus euglycemic clamp conditions in insulin resistant hamsters: Bromocriptine as a unique postprandial insulin sensitizer.
In addition, the researchers used the euglycemic hyperinsulinemic clamp technique to measure insulin resistance.
The aim of this study was to analyze the level of insulin resistance using HOMA indexes in subjects with clear euglycemic values in basal conditions, as well as at the 120th minute of the OGT-test.