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preprandial

 [pre-pran´de-al]
before meals.

preprandial

[-pran′dē·əl]
Etymology: L, prae + prandium, meal
before a meal.

preprandial

(prē-prăn′dē-ăl) [″ + prandium, breakfast]
Before a meal.

preprandial

before meals.
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Finally, the patient should be given a preprandial blood glucose target to implement the correction scale.
Plasma glucose concentrations of fish fed diets 1, 2 and 5 reached a peak 3 h after a meal (Figure 1), but the peak was reached in fish fed diets 3-4 only at 6 h, and thereafter the values gradually decreased to about the preprandial levels till 24 h.
With preprandial drinks in the bar and a bottle of Sicilian red, our bill was, I thought, extremely reasonable.
In a study of 66 women with gestational diabetes, de Veciana et al (28) randomized subjects to two groups: preprandial glucose monitoring and PPG monitoring.
Given its rapid onset of activity, inhaled insulin is suitable for preprandial (before meal) but not for long-term basal (baseline) use.
Compared with nonobese women, however, those who were obese had significantly higher mean preprandial blood glucose levels (73 mg/dL vs.
For patients with noncritical illness, a preprandial blood glucose less than 110 mg/dL and a random blood glucose level less than 180 mg/dL were recommended.
Upper Limits for Glycemic Target to Promote Improved Outcomes Care Unit Blood Glucose Level Critical care unit 110 mg/dL Noncritical care unit 110 mg/dL preprandial 180 mg/dL maximal glucose Source: (RACE, 2003)
An additional preprandial triumph from the view kitchen of chef Roberto Castellanos is also typically Neapolitan.
The innovative concept is based on structured 7-point blood glucose profiles (fasting, preprandial and 2hour postprandial at each meal, and bedtime), collected and documented over 3 consecutive days prior to each scheduled quarterly healthcare professional visit.
Preprandial glucose and insulin concentrations were measured with colorimetric assays.