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gly·ce·mi·a

(glī-sē'mē-ă)
The presence of glucose in the blood.
Synonym(s): glycaemia.

glycaemia

The presence of glucose in the blood. This is essential for life but the amounts must remain within strict limits. See also HYPERGLYCAEMIA and HYPOGLYCAEMIA.

gly·ce·mi·a

(glī-sē'mē-ă)
The presence of glucose in blood.
Synonym(s): glycaemia.
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Macrovascular and complications as well as other conditions of the sample was noted (Table 1) Mean RDW was 15.194+-11.77% and it was be significantly associated with T2DM duration, hypertension, macrovascular and microvascular complications of diabetes and the extent of glycaemic control (p0.05 each).
The glycaemic index quantifies the glycaemic response to carbohydrates in different foods, (34) while the glycaemic load is the mathematical result of the glycaemic index of the food and quantity (weight) of carbohydrate ingested.
An ideal agent should offer glycaemic control, no weight gain, should have no hypogylcaemic episodes, should be well tolerated and offer ease of administration.
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A number of studies have assessed factors associated with poor glycaemic control among people with T2DM in GCC countries sporadically.
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[10] concluded that regular self monitoring of blood glucose concentration is associated with improved glycaemic control in both types of diabetes and Harris et al.
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