diabetic glucose tolerance

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diabetic glucose tolerance

Abbreviation: DGT
In an oral glucose tolerance test, having a blood glucose concentration equal to or greater than 200 mg/dl (11.1 mmol/L) two hr after the consumption of 75 g of glucose.
See also: tolerance
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DGT, CLI's first township development, will have a wide diversity of uses to make a complete and truly sustainable community, according to Soberano.
A press conference held at Park Inn by RBG preceded the Grand Launch of DGT attended by CEO Jose Soberano, COO Jose Franco Soberano, Frederick Yuson, Jason Huang, Architect Norman Garden and Susan Ang.
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The importance of tax administration creates the need to pay attention to the role and authority of DGT as a tax authority.
Dirbtiniu neuronu tinklo itakai DGT sekimui istirti naudojamas ankstesniuose tyrimuose sudarytas matematinis saules jegaines modelis (Vasarevicius, Pikutis 2012), kuris yra papildytas dirbtiniu neuronu tinklo bloku.
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For RFI, the sale provides the firm with an opportunity to grow while preserving shareholder value, John Quicke, president and CEO of DGT, said when announcing the transaction.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) continues to support the development of the private sector in Turkmenistan with a US$ 1.2 million loan to DGT Logistics Turkmenistan.
She describes the progressive change of mind of the public authorities and their ensuing approval of the model of action and progress pushed by the leaders of the DGT; the spurring of a rapid, far-reaching change of technology generations; the setting-up of an industrial policy towards national independence in telecoms, and finally, the managerial, social and functional evolution of a government administration in charge of a public monopoly.
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Under the terms of the deal, DGT Holdings also received a dividend of cash held by Villa as of the closing date in the amount of USD4.5m.
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