hypoglycaemic


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hypoglycaemic

adjective Referring to hypoglycaemia, see there.

hy·po·gly·ce·mic

(hī'pō-glī-sē'mik)
Pertaining to or characterized by hypoglycemia.
Synonym(s): hypoglycaemic.

hy·po·gly·ce·mic

(hī'pō-glī-sē'mik)
Pertaining to or characterized by hypoglycemia.
Synonym(s): hypoglycaemic.
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This is in agreement with other studies, [2,12] which identified cerebral malaria and infections as major diagnoses associated with mortality in hypoglycaemic patients.
This investigation suggest that combination the drinking SPA treatment with hypoglycaemic drug therapy may be useful in type 2 diabetes mellitus for the improvement redox state of the organism and thus reduce risks of complication.
The Ombudsman found the hypoglycaemic attack, to which the hospital's failings contributed, had an unspecific causal effect on Mr T's subsequent cardiac arrest and deterioration.
The police do arrest people who've had hypoglycaemic attacks.
People who control their diabetes through their diet are not at risk of having a hypoglycaemic episode but could experience some of the same symptoms due to low blood sugar levels.
A third said that mild to moderate hypoglycaemic attacks affected their ability to carry out day-to-day tasks, including housework, social activities, sports activities and sleep.
Clinical trials have shown that insulin detemir provides effective glycaemic control with reduced weight gain compared with NPH or insulin glargine (15-22), and a reduced risk of hypoglycaemic events compared with NPH insulin (15,16,19,20,23,24).
A few days later, however, she slipped into a hypoglycaemic coma and suffered irreversible brain damage, while Norris was her nurse.
However, it can also be useful in controlling hypoglycaemia occasionally caused due to excess of insulin and other hypoglycaemic drugs.
Recording a verdict of accidental death, North Yorkshire East Coroner Michael Oakley said the only explanation for Mr Carter to have got into the lake was that he probably had had another hypoglycaemic attack.
Erenmemisoglu A, Kelestimur F, Koker AH, Ustun H, Tekol Y, Ustdal M (1995) Hypoglycaemic effect of Zizyphus jujuba leaves.