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glycemia

(glī-sē′mē-ă) [″ + haima, blood]
The level of sugar (glucose) in the blood.
glycemic, adjective

Glycemic

The presence of glucose in the blood.
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glycemic

pertaining to the level of glucose in the blood.

glycemic control indicators
in addition to periodic measurement of blood glucose levels, management of diabetes mellitus can be assessed by measurement of glycosylated hemoglobin or fructosamine.
glycemic index
the area under the curve in a blood glucose response test.
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While comparing diabetics on the basis of glycemic control, both TT3 and TT4 were significantly low in the group with poor glycemic control (p <0.
This study is a community-based cross-sectional study aimed at primarily assessing glycemic control over the past 3 months and its correlation with psychological variables.
The release of epinephrine and norepinephrine during stressful conditions stimulates hepatic production of glucose [1] as these catecholamines have significant effects on glycogenolysis and lipolysis [2] which subsequently elevates glycemic level.
The ideal low glycemic load includes: whole grains, legumes, fruits and vegetables (without starch).
Eating foods with a lower glycemic index had no effect on those indicators.
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There has been evidence over the decades "that tight glycemic control makes a difference, particularly in microvascular complications," he said.
The study findings indicate that, despite good evidence to the contrary, the unsupported "consensus" on tight glycemic control drives most guidelines and quality-of-care interventions.
Both the smoothie and the bar with WEIGHTAIN significantly lowered post-breakfast glycemic and insulin responses relative to the maltodextrin control.
Diabetes management is essentially a balancing act between maintenance of good glycemic control to reduce the risk of complications, particularly end organ damage and avoidance of severe hypoglycemia.